Many of us come to discover the concept of Financial Independence due to dissatisfaction with our work. We might be dreaming about the Retire Early component of FIRE, or we may be yearning to find a way of making a self-directed living aligned with our values. In the meantime, generally our jobs are the primary driver of our journey to FIRE. You can see in my older posts that I’d become frustrated with the job I was in. I’ve discovered over the years that if I don’t believe in what I’m doing, if I don’t see value and benefit, then my commitment drops. Obviously it’s harmful to me, but it’s ... Show Me More!
Regular readers may remember way back in February, I mentioned that the opportunity to take a temporary job as a Business Analyst seemed to have arisen — as long as I was willing to do it for no extra pay. For those that don’t remember… An Exciting Opportunity From initiation, the project I am working for identified the need, and budgeted, for a business analyst (BA). Our business has a department of business analysts, so it was expected one of them would be brought into the project. At the time, they were all tied up, the business advertised the role externally as a contract. For reasons that are absolutely beyond ... Show Me More!