Don’t be this person.

I had this discussion yesterday. I walked past a hole in the wall cafe. (Tiny cafe which serves take away and stand up coffee in inner city area)

Friend: Wasn’t Joey going to open a business like that?

Me: Yeh, I remember him talking about it before I had even seen one of these in the city.

Friend: What happened to it?

Me: I don’t know, I guess he just didn’t get around to it in the end. Got distracted.

Friend: That’s a shame, looks like a good little business model. What’s he doing now?

Me: He’s in the same job.

Friend: Oh. Ok.

We keep walking …

hole in the wall cafe

Don’t be Joey. It at least try and fail. The old job will be waiting for you if you have to return.

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  1. But maybe Joey actually likes his old job? And maybe he didn’t want the hard life of a coffee baron?

    I have regular bursts of inspiration (as do many folks). But I love what I currently do and am not about to put in the perspiration on something that thrills me less.

    Don’t confuse idle chatter about prospective businesses with the genuine desire/need for change and challenge…

  2. Yes two of my close firends are ‘Joey’ – exactly know what you mean. I guess it takes a lot of guts to resign and plunge

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