Have you thought about looking for a new position and then decided to hold off?
Maybe you’re going through this internal debate now.
Especially, when someone or something really ticks you off.
“I’ve had it, I’m updating my resume tonight, it’s time to go.”
Then tonight comes, you forget or have a change of heart, your emotions settle down.
Thinking, “was it really that bad, maybe I’m just over reacting? I’ll get over it, looking for a new position can be such a hassle, anyway.”
You know, updating your resume, the potential anxiety of interviewing, trying to come across as confident but not cocky, worrying about speaking too much or too little, always having to put your best foot forward.
Then getting offered a new position, and the internal debate happens again whether you should just stay in your current position.
The fear of the unknown.
The internal debate.
You’re not alone…
Let intuition prevail.
“Intuition is always right in at least two important ways: It is always in response to something. It always has your best interest at heart.” ~Gavin De Becker, Author