Rage Quitting: Five Ways To Channel Your Anger

  • The Source Of Your Rage: We need to introspect about what exactly is making us so angry by journaling our thoughts and reviewing the situations.
  • Talk To Others: Get an outside perspective as one can feel trapped and lose the sense of reality due to the distortion created by management.
  • Don’t Trash-Talk: It is good to network for better opportunities, but do not spend all your time trash-talking about your current pathetic state.
  • Self-Care: Take some time off and take care of your physical and mental health.
  • Plan Your Exit: Quitting a job without notice is not without consequences. To take things into your hands by job-hunting, networking or planning your own startup.
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Rage-Quitting

Fantasizing about dramatically quitting your job by shouting at your boss and trashing the computer before exiting the building is a huge red flag that something needs to be corrected in your work life.

When work is a nightmare, it is natural to slip into daydreams of rage-quitting, but it can hinder any practical steps we need to take to rectify the situation. One needs to find the underlying cause or the issue that is making them dream about quitting furiously.

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Rage Quitting, the act of leaving your job in anger is a fantasy of many who are sick of workplace issues like micromanagement, abusive seniors and exploitative working conditions.

The pandemic has increased the stressful conditions of employees, and given rise to the great resignation of 2021, where millions of people quit their jobs, some in piled-up rage.

Figure out what work will make you happy
  • Take a breath. It is important to understand that you can and should take your time.
  • Identify the Problem. Write down everything you hate about your current job - your company, your industry, your specific role. Doing so will help you identify the issue.
  • Plan your solution. Once you understand where the problem lies, start networking. Talk to friends about their careers, find new connections on LinkedIn or a local meetup.

Confidence is often seen as an elusive trait that others have but you don’t.

The truth is confidence is what appears after you go for what you want; it is the result of stepping into the unknown in spite of feeling nervous or fearful.

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