If the change in your societal status and societal relationships which you will experience after breaking out of corporate life is one thing, the effect which breaking out of corporate life will have on your relationship with your family, close circle and relatives is a totally different beast. Ranging from pressure from your parents to your spouse getting upset about your decision to break out of corporate life, the effects which it could have on your finances, your livelihood, and your future happiness in respect to your family life is a major item which you should carefully plan for in your journey outside the corporate life. In this part of “How to break free from corporate life” series, we will look into this important aspect of the process and best potential ways to deal with it.
Imagine for a second, that you got some spectacular news. A promotion. Or a good score in that difficult exam. Or, a great business deal. You are suddenly thrilled. You feel yourself on top of the world. Flying high. … Now, imagine the opposite. That you were fired. Or you failed that class. Or you … Read more
Part 1: The Decision Part 2: Preparation for Social change and the reaction of the Society Part 3: Preparation for the effects on relationship with your family Every day – over and over again. Wake up, prepare, come to work, repeat the same soul-grinding cycle until its time to call off another workday… Deadlines. Meetings. … Read more
Imagine that you changed your toothbrush. You got one that is a bit harder. Maybe, a bit softer. It has a different shape. Its just a little change. A change that is maybe too little to notice even… Yet except, your toothbrush wasn’t the only thing that you changed. Now, every time you brush your … Read more
Just take a few seconds to observe the above sight from Mars… Inspiring. Exciting. Mysterious. Intriguing. Futuristic. Curious. Yet… Barren. Desolate. Lonely. Deserted. Lifeless. There isn’t any laughter there. There isn’t friendship. Neither there is music, a warm welcome, a friendly goodbye or an awkward greeting. There isn’t even boredom or mundanity… Because there aren’t … Read more