Taking The Leap
Updated: Apr 24
Many of us have been there, that Monday to Friday, 9 to 5 grind that is feeling all a bit too monotonous now and has been for the past 6 months at least. The job that you took when you were bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, has now worn you down to more of a slow-moving slug, and even the strongest of coffee, struggles to get you through the day. But you still have that spark somewhere inside, you just need to muster the courage to make a change.
My previous job gave me a world of experience and a wealth of knowledge but after 6 years, I felt as though I had reached my potential and tasks that used to excite me now felt like ticking a box. Of course, you weigh it up; you’re comfortable, you know what you’re doing, the people are nice but is there something out there better? Can I really leave a company I have been with for so long? What if it’s all terrible and I make a huge mistake?
Well, I guess you will never know unless you give it a red-hot crack. So that’s what I did. Not only did I resign from my job, but I also moved across the country and landed with the best recruitment company in Perth. Yes, it was nerve-racking, and doubt clouded my mind on the entire drive across the Nullarbor, but I can honestly say it has been the best experience and the most positive life change. Coming to work in a new environment, with new people and a fresh culture has changed my whole perspective on life. I learn something new every day and thrive in a team that is supportive and fun.
I know it’s easier said than done, but what is the harm in having a chat? Or exploring some new career options? There’s plenty of them around at the moment, and the other good news is, I know a great bunch of recruiters who will make it their mission to find you that dream role. Have you got the Itch yet?
Executive + Recruitment Administrator