If you have been engaged in the workforce for a good number of years, I am sure you have had to quit or got fired at least once. I meet Susan every morning when I go out for my exercise routine. Susan is a young lady probably in her mid sixties, with a great upbeat positive attitude. She helps elementary school children safely cross the road a few dozen steps away from where I live.

This morning after we exchanged our usual greetings, she told me: “You won’t see me anymore from next week, I quit.” My reaction was, as you expected: “Why?” She said: “It is not a good company. ” At that moment I felt like asking her the reason why she was saying that, but she was busy working and I was on my way home to get ready for work. I probably won’t see Susan again, but I will remember Susan as a positive young lady who worked on ensuring the safety of elementary school children every school day for the past year or so.

I don’t know why Susan quit, but here is what I know: Based on her attitude, she will not stay unemployed for long.

Why did Susan quit?

Day 5 of 200 words per day for 10 days.