Ask Needy Helper Episode #16: Why I Quit my Job? (Part 2)

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In this week’s Ask Needy Helper video blog I finish Frank from Netherland’s question:

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Ask Needy Helper Video Blog: Why Did I Quit my Job (Part 1)?

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In this week’s Ask Needy Helper video blog Frank from the Netherlands wants to know:

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Which Person Have You Found The Most Intimidating And Why?

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Intimidate: –

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Choose Yourself by James Altucher, a Book Review

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Vulnerability.

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Why Should I Quit My Job? – Command and Control Thinking

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For those who do not know me personally, allow me to describe my previous job with as much brevity as I can muster and believe me it is not easy!

I left school at 16 and despite a short term role as an apprentice carpenter I joined the British Railway system, and stayed in that area of work for the next 19-years. When I started I was earning £4,628 per annum and when I left my salary was £45,000 per annum (with annual bonus payments as a nice addition). To put this into context, I live in South Wales in the UK, and in 2009 the average annual salary in this part of the world was £26,332 per year. There were years when my bonus would take me in excess of £65,000 per annum.

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