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Gave my notice in and now doubting myself

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Kiwiblue02 Sat 05-Nov-16 16:07:34

I work for a small company as a marketing assistant, and while I do love it, i also have a love/hate relationship with the whole job. I love the culture, my colleagues and laid back way of working, but I also find the subject itself quite boring and I'm given huge amounts of responsibility with no real recognition. And I find myself getting frustrated and irritated.

I have been looking out for jobs on and off for about a year with no luck of finding a new role and been headhunted a couple of times to which it hasn't interested me.

I was approached by a company for a communications coordinator role, and it's the first time I've been really intrigued. They asked me to come in for a chat and an hour later I was offered the role. More money, more holiday days which is great for time off in school holidays and also they do a performance-based bonus scheme of 10-20% of salary a year.
It looks like a good opportunity with the opportunity to progress.

It's all happened so quickly and now I've given my notice in I just feel anxious. All of a sudden I have a new job.

I'm worried I've made the wrong decision, all of a sudden I realise how much I'm gonna miss my colleagues, that comfortable feeling as I know what I'm doing. My current company is a small family feel company and I'm going to a mid size company.

What if they hate me? what if I don't fit in or I can't do the job and they regret hiring me. What if my old job was better? All of a sudden I've lost my initial excitement and now I'm nervous and scared as hell to the point where I want to tell my job I don't want to leave!

daisychain01 Sun 06-Nov-16 09:24:51

Put the what ifs aside, you're catastrophising! Simple as that smile

Enjoy the feeling of being recognised in the new role. You found a new job for several reasons which amounted to you being unhappy.Those reasons have not gone away.

Onwards and upwards right?

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