Oct 28, 2012

Calling Quits [302/365]

So you've recovered sufficiently from your Friday hangover, and you have nothing to do since SMJ finished it's first season.
After a leisurely brunch and some more napping, you are now fully rested and that's when reality slaps you hard- your weekend has finally finished!

Its too late to do any of the things you wanted to do yesterday and too much of a nervous wreck to salvage whatever is remaining of today.
Research proves that people experience some form of manic depression on a regular basis every Sunday evening. Most people interviewed admitted they start getting depressed when the clock strikes 6:30pm on a Sunday and peaks as they get to office on Monday.
If this sounds familiar, take heart. You are one of the 80% of those who go through this cycle.

But today's post is not only about how we put ourselves through this trauma but how we wear ourselves out by striving to get rich.
So many of the people work more out of the desire to retire wealthy. 

Proverbs 23:4

Couple of months ago, I watched Jim Carrey's 'Yes Man'. Another inspirational movie and if you haven't, you must.
Can you challenge yourself to set a goal and achieve it? Do you know when to quit? Is enough really ever enough?
Not only is wisdom important in quitting, but so is self-discipline. Isn't it financially true, just as you are about to reach quitting time something shiny and new comes along and becomes more important.

Be wise to know when to quit as well.
Know when to quit. Finish it out and stay focused.
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