I Quit Selling Cars

I was asked in a Facebook group why I quit my job. I’d say it was because I was spinning my wheels. Quitting is not ideal but I am no longer constrained by lack of time.

The job produced a lot of frustration and boredom. All of the effort I was putting into achieving mastery of my craft can now be directed toward getting a gig that clicks. Then another, and another.

If I have to get a job, I will, but I’d rather work more, work harder and earn less than get a job. It’s the mindset of controlling my destiny.

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