Left the Company

Contribution by Saul Martin

Thankfully for me, I left my old company just before the bottom fell out. I decided to start my own business, well, my own business of sorts, and finally become a writer like I had always wanted to be. It’s a hard life and nothing about it is stable but I’ve been making a decent living and I’m so much happier than I ever was before. I developed my own personal business website using t1internet.net and I now have business cards with my name on them… That feels more official than anything I’ve ever had at my old job! I heard through the grapevine that my old position was eliminated anyway so if I had stayed I probably would have been out of a job by now and at least this way I was able to do things on my own terms. If anyone were to ask me if I thought they should jump off and start their own business I would tell them unequivocally yes. I’m so much more fulfilled in this new role than I’ve ever been in my entire life and though it was scary I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

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