Quiet Quitting is the worst move for a growing professional

Quiet quitting woman
  1. It took me a long time to learn how to pace my energy. In my 20s I would have a month-long stretch of manic energy and then need to “quiet quit” for a couple of weeks to feel normal again. It wasn’t until my late 30s that I learned to always save a little energy at the end of each day so that I’d wake up feeling inspired and motivated. I can understand why young people feel overwhelmed these days … hopefully they (and all of us) find the right pacing.

  2. I agree. Instead of focussing your energy on “Quite Quitting” in a company, redirect it to identifying if the goals you want to achieve aligns with the company’s goal. Give it your all, identify burnouts before it happens so as to rest, then repeat.

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