I was shopping at Aldi as a college student, and I only had a few dollars to my name. I had to take a few things out of my box because I didn’t have enough to buy everything I wanted. I was in between paychecks. I literally had less than $10 to my name when I was buying groceries.I was broke.I still remember exactly how I felt on the way back to my apartment. I was quiet and deep in my own thoughts. It was the first time I thought to myself that I would never let this happen again. I would never let myself get to the point where I had to make life decisions in line at a discount grocery store.It was a sickening feeling I could feel deep in my stomach.Yes, I could have asked my parents for more money, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it. I had convinced myself that I was going to be completely independent and I would do it all by myself. I had no choice.

I have zero emails in my main inbox right now. I average about 100 - 200 work emails a day.Are you jealous? Good.I am going to tell you the exact process I use to manage email productively.I live and die by a method called "Inbox Zero" which was not created by me.What is Inbox Zero

Inbox zero is a rigorous approach to email management aimed at keeping the inbox empty -- or almost empty -- at all times

There are plenty of reasons that you should quit your job, many which aren't discussed in the open. I believe there are reasons to quit your job even if you like the company you working for.Here are 10:1) It will make you more money - The title of this article explains it all:Employees That Stay In Companies Longer Than 2 Years Get Paid 50% Less2) You will build a better professional network - The easiest way to build your network is to join another company. You will be introduced to many people that you wouldn't have met otherwise. Also, if you do it right you can still maintain a great relationship with your ex colleagues and bosses. Who knows, in a later life you could become your ex-bosses boss.

I’m convinced 95% of cubicle workers who work over 60 hours a week constantly can cut it down to 40-45 hours by sending 2 emails a week to their boss:Email #1: What you plan on getting done this weekEmail #2: What you actually got done this weekThat’s it. These 2 emails will prevent you from working 60 hours a week, while improving your relationship with your boss and getting the best work you’ve ever done.