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Old 10-06-17, 12:11 PM
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Re: Letting go of it all

How well are you doing now, with little guidance and disorganized projects?

If you're wildly successful at it, and also think you could be wildly successful at recruiting clients, managing contracts, and doing all of those other things at the same time, go for it.

If the lack of guidance and disorganized projects are frustrating you because you can't do your best work under those conditions, then it would be worth seriously questioning why you believe that no guidance and no structure whatsoever (in addition to increased management responsibilities) would be an improvement.

In that case, perhaps asking for more contact/guidance with your supervisors/colleagues and working to get a system in place to organize projects might be preferable (at least in the short term) to walking away from the job you currently have.
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