Making Choices Can Make You Happy at Work

This week I was speaking to a colleague who has made a significant life choice in respect to her job: she’s following a new path and will take a brief sabbatical before venturing in a new direction.

It’s actually an old direction: she’s going back to the work she loves. She’s been working for years at a very lucrative job, but it’s not the work that she aspired to many years ago.

“You can’t imagine how relieved I felt when I resigned,” she said. “I thought I would feel a little scared as I don’t have a new job yet, but I have only been happy since I resigned.”

“Did it take you a long time to decide to do this?” I asked.

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  1. I think, we need to sit back and put all choices in front and decide to choose one, before any decision in life.
    In Child psychology, Choices play a major roll in child’s nurturing and development.

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