Quitting your high-paying job and pursuing a a different career is one of the toughest decisions a person can ever make. It feels as though you were in an unfamiliar territory, trying to convince yourself that you made the right decision. It can be an endless battle, you are trying your best to win against.
When you find yourself trying to make ends meet each day, realizing that you are living a life that is an exact opposite of what you once had, you can’t help but to question yourself if you really made a good decision.
However, the lessons you learn from going broke are more valuable than money. The author of the article has learned to appreciate the things that were often overlooked due to abundance
1. Something Always Comes Up
Just when I wonder how I’m going to get through another month, somehow something always comes along to help me get by. This has taught me to live by faith.
Trust that it will work out, and if you believe in a higher power, that He will look after you. I am constantly amazed by how this happens. It’s quite inspiring.
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