I left a job because I thought I was underpaid.
I was 26 – and dumb.
The job I left provided me a chef-cooked lunch every day (carry out on Fridays), creative freedom, education/skill enhancement opportunities and training, hiring power, a large office and incredible flexibility.
These benefits, my dear young friends, are priceless.
Trust me when I say “the grass isn’t always greener on the other side”, and even if it may look like it is – the water bill is higher.
Life and your career shouldn’t always be about money.
Jacob Brown is a former professional athlete turned businessman, entrepreneur, and inspirational speaker.