Quiet Quitting or an Excuse for Slacking Off

 I have been reading about Quiet Quitting for a couple of months now. It is all over the internet — Linked In, News sites, Twitter, and even on Medium.

Well, there is a problem; I was wrong in my assumption.

But let’s first understand — Should you feel bad about Quiet Quitting?

But is that really what you want?

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  • The first is your reason for wanting to quit. Is it something you can change? Or is the fix out of your control? If it’s something you can change, then give yourself time and space to try and fix it before giving up completely. If it’s out of your control, you need to weigh the pros and cons of quitting against the pros and cons of staying in the situation that impacts your creativity and productivity.
  • The second thing to consider is what will happen if you do quit. Will things get better or worse for you? Are you prepared for the consequences?
  • And finally, ask yourself if quitting is what you want to do. Are you just looking for an easy way out? Quitting should never be taken lightly — it’s a big decision that should only be made after careful consideration.

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