Are You Ready To Quit Your Job?

Find out if you're ready to take the plunge and chase your dreams by tak­ing the quiz.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - SMART REPORT -

Q My cur­rent job is…

a Hell. I hate ev­ery­thing about it.

b A safety net.

c En­joy­able, but I know that I could be do­ing some­thing much more ful­fill­ing with my life.

Q Your friends would de­scribe you as...

a Stub­born, pro­cras­ti­nat­ing, short-tem­pered

b In­de­ci­sive, am­bi­tious, in­de­pen­dent

c Col­lab­o­ra­tive, goal-driven, far-sighted

Q What is your re­la­tion­ship with your su­pe­ri­ors like?

a I have her num­ber saved in my phone as the “poop” emoji.

b We get along, but I should have got­ten that last pro­mo­tion.

c Ir­rel­e­vant to the things I re­ally want to do.

Q If I leave my cur­rent job…

a My par­ents will have to sup­port me while I fig­ure things out.

b I have enough saved up to get me by three months while I get my project off the ground.

c I’m all set up – money, time­line, and con­tin­gency plans.

Q How con­crete are your post­work plans?

a It’ll all fall into place when the time is right.

b I’ve been talk­ing to a few peo­ple and I more or less know what I’m go­ing to do.

c My web­site is set up, and I al­ready have some free­lance jobs lined up to help the tran­si­tion.

Q How much time are you cur­rently de­vot­ing to your hobby/pas­sion?

a As and when I have the time, which is not very of­ten.

b Two to three hours a week­end.

c Ev­ery wak­ing hour, when I’m not at work!

Q Af­ter I quit my job, I’ll…

a Be able to live around my own sched­ule, not my boss’. b Jug­gle work com­mit­ments with per­sonal ones, and still make it work.

c Give 100 per cent to mak­ing sure I suc­ceed, even if I have to sac­ri­fice some time with fam­ily and friends.

Q You tell your fam­ily and friends about your plans, they:

a Laugh and don’t take you se­ri­ously.

b Start brain­storm­ing ea­gerly and bring up points you hadn’t thought of be­fore.

c Rally around you and vol­un­teer to help.

Q What’s your Plan B?

a Don’t have one.

b I have sav­ings, but I’m con­fi­dent I won’t need it.

c I have sav­ings, and if the go­ing gets re­ally tough, I also have sources I can call on for help.

Q Your cap­i­tal is com­ing from…

a My par­ents. They’re my busi­ness part­ners.

b A loan from the bank.

c My­self. I’ve been sav­ing up to do this for years.

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