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If You Won $1 Billion Would You Quit Your Job? | TheBigGameHunterTV

If You Won $1 Billion Would You Quit Your Job? | TheBigGameHunterTV

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As often is the case with questions like this, it isn’t just what you say but what you revealing telling your story. Here I explain what the intention is and how to best answer.

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2 thoughts on “If You Won $1 Billion Would You Quit Your Job? | TheBigGameHunterTV

  1. I would say,  _”If I won the lottery, I would not resign immediately. The personal and professional  relationships would mean too much for me to just walk away. I would remain here to (a) assist with the transferal of my duties, including training my replacement. Then (b), I would put forth a proposal on how I can continue to serve this organization as an entrepreneur.

  2. I would say,  _”If I won the lottery, I would not resign immediately. The personal and professional  relationships would mean too much for me to just walk away. I would remain here to (a) assist with the transferal of my duties, including training my replacement. Then (b), I would put forth a proposal on how I can continue to serve this organization as an entrepreneur.

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