By Aaron McHugh Published Dec. 20, 2013 8:30 a.m.
“After years of working for the same company, the challenges are largely gone, the original zeal you felt for your job has plateaued to a tolerable “good enough.” You say to yourself, I bet if I can get a job over there at company X, I’d be excited again.
Before you push the eject button, think of the hassle of brushing up your resume, looking for a new job, going through the interviews, evaluating the benefits packages, and comparing the compensation.
Let’s face it: The biggest gain in changing jobs is that you will restart the clock on a new set of challenges, a new pairing of relationships, and a new boss.
What if I told you that this is not the answer you are really searching for?
What if you fired your boss instead?”
About Aaron McHugh | A graduate of Baylor University, Aaron holds a B.A. in Speech Communications. In 1994, he started his career in Sales & Marketing. Recently he resigned from a software division that he helped start. He is happily married for 19 years and has three children. Aaron is passionate about work-life balance. He is as driven in business as he is in his athletic adventures as a competitive runner, triathlete, fly fisherman and mountaineer. For more information, you can visit his blog where he offers both blog writings and Podcasts on Work, Life and Play.www.aaronmchugh.com