Congrats! Your Quitting Stage is:

Stage 3: Leap

Out of the 3 Quitting Stages, you’re in the third stage, the Leap. So what does that mean?

Congrats! It looks like you’re actually ready to quit.

You’ve really taken the time to set yourself up for a successful transition. Bravo! You’re able to set boundaries at work, advocate for yourself, and manage the stress at your current job. All skills you’ll need to take with you to a new position! You also know what you want to do next and have an understanding of what steps that will take.

But you do find yourself worried about making the wrong decision or regretting your jump. And even though you’ve created your financial plan, you still can’t help but worry about the risks you’re taking by leaving.

The purpose of this guide is to help you figure out your very next steps from here so you don’t get overwhelmed and stuck. We want to make sure that if and when you decide to quit, it’s from a place of calm, confident choice and not reactive panic. This guide will take out the guesswork and spinning so you can move forward with the decision that is best for you.

Where you are now:


You know there is something wrong here. You know your career and work can be more fulfilling than this


You have a good idea about what you want to do next and a solid exit strategy including a good grasp of your financials


You struggle with the fear of making the wrong decision or “throwing away” what you’ve worked for


You let the worries or judgments of the people around you stop you from taking the leap (I mean “what if they’re right?!?!” right?)

What you need to focus on in the next 6 months:

Finalize comprehensive quit plan
Explore and Network in new field
Learn how to manage your fears around quitting

For a full breakdown of what the Quitting Stages are, why it’s important to know where you’re at, and a step-by-step workbook that will walk you through the 3 things you need to focus on over the next 6 months, click here to download the full guide.

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