Andrew Luck made a choice. It was a hard choice. If you listen to his retirement news conference, it was a choice for his physical and mental health. He didn’t enjoy what he was doing anymore because he wasn’t able to do it the way he wanted to. Injuries just wouldn’t let him
So many people that I coach these days have to be reminded that they have a choice too. A choice to enjoy their work. A choice to decide what to prioritize and what to push out. A choice to have a difficult conversation with their boss. A choice to quit.
Just like Andrew Luck, many people are in jobs that are detrimental to their health. Many have ulcers, anxiety issues, trouble sleeping, or high blood pressure. Is it worth it? You don’t have to sit in it. Make the choice to do something about it. Start by having a transparent conversation with your supervisor about changes you want to make!