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Thinking About Leaving Your Job?




It’s normal to wonder what other career opportunities are out there waiting for you. For some employees, this is a temporary feeling that follows a bad day at work. Others may be seriously considering quitting their job. If you’ve been thinking of leaving your job, whether you’re hoping to have a new one lined up or just planning to take a break for a few months, there are many things to consider. Starts by asking yourself these questions.

What are the pros and cons of my current job?

Reasons to quit can range from wanting a better work-life balance to seeking out more opportunities for professional growth. It’s a good idea to write down your reasons to move on and contrast them with the overall positives of your current job. Writing and reviewing the pros and cons of your job may help you decide if resigning is the right move for you. The cons may not seem like dealbreakers after you’ve given it some thought. Conversely, you may also find that the pros are not good enough to warrant remaining in the role. 

Can I afford to take a break from work?

If you plan to quit without having another job lined up, it’s crucial to evaluate your finances beforehand. You may want to ensure you have enough money saved up to cover your living expenses for a period of time. If you have any outstanding debts, you’ll need to make sure you’re able to continue making payments. Consider your emergency fund and any amounts you’ve saved up for leisure expenses. What other sources of funding do you have access to, if needed? For example, can you borrow against the cash value of a permanent life insurance policy, such as whole life insurance? 

What are my job prospects?

In the current economy, this is a vital question to ask yourself. It’s important to research the market thoroughly and be realistic about your prospects before leaving your job. If you suspect that your skills may be less in demand right now, it may be better to find another job before resigning. On the other hand, if you’re still fielding calls from recruiters and feel confident that finding your next role won’t take too long then it may be less risky to take some time off. 

Whether you’re thinking of pursuing a new role or taking some time off, the decision to resign could be the right move. However, it’s important to think carefully about your expenses, life circumstances, and career goals before making a decision. 

The primary purpose of permanent life insurance is to provide a death benefit. Using permanent life insurance accumulated value to supplement retirement income will reduce the death benefit and may affect other aspects of the policy.

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Fitness Dating Brand, FITFCK, Expand Into Influencer Management




Fitness dating brand, FITFCK, recently announced the launch of their management company “FITFCK MGMT”. The company, which recently announced the launch of its £5m A Round investment raise is looking to expand on their brand growth by offering content creators of all niches and brands a full 360 lifestyle management service.

Rebranded in March 2022, the recently featured BBC News company has emerged as the leading brand for gym goers that are looking to make new connections – whether through IRL fitness dating events or online dating experiences. To accompany its strong digital product suite, FITFCK is now developing a series of consumer products to further enhance their brand power, with the most recent being a holistic management company for content creators and brands.

FITFCK Founder and UK Government Enterprise Advisor, Jamie says: “Having worked closely with content creators for the last eighteen months since our relaunch, this addition made nothing but complete sense to me. As a management service, you should be looking at improving all angles of your clients life – not just quick brand deals for a few quid. We are looking to offer a 360 lifestyle approach where we assist our clients with everything from their income, branding, business advisory, PR, legalities and more – all under the FITFCK brand umbrella.”

To continue its ruthless chase of becoming the largest omni-channel community for dating, relationships, casual meets and friendships, FITFCK will be looking to embed the management service into members of their ever growing community which already includes a number of high profile content creators.

The first creator to be signed under the label is Santino Valentino, a fitness content creator boasting over 70,000 followers across platforms. Valentino states; “I have known Jamie for a few months now and have felt nothing but constant support from himself and the rest of the FITFCK team. Having seen where they have taken the brand in such a short space of time, I am hoping they can do the same for me. I am really looking forward to seeing where we can take this whilst learning under Jamie and Callum simultaneously”

FITFCK MGMT athlete manager Callum Roberts added: “At the core of every FITFCK movement is the care we have for our community. This ethos is something that we will be looking to reflect in the management company. Hyper-focused care for our clients where they know they feel valued and at ease with us. We are not looking to just improve our client’s income, we are looking to improve their lifestyle”

If you are looking to work with FITFCK MGMT, you can contact the team at for more information.

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