You should never leave a job without a job lined up, and you should never just quit without giving adequate notice. If you have to leave, it's important to know that you're confident in your choice. You may not be able to find the perfect company or make the huge salary that you want, but there's always something out there for those who are willing to do the work.

Don't just walk out if you don't have a plan. Be sure that it's what you want before putting in your notice or quitting your job. If it is what you want, then make sure that when quitting is appropriate for your situation, or when applying for new jobs, you're confident in your departure and show appreciation when it's due

email to thank him or her for the opportunity given and ask them if they need any help.

For example:

Hello John,

I wanted to reach out and thank you once more for all the opportunities you have given me over the past few weeks. I really appreciate it! If there is anything I can do for you, don't hesitate to let me know.

Best,

Henry

5. Be confident in your departure, and show appreciation when it's due

The author is thanking the reader for their time. They are confident that they have provided the reader with what they need and that this will be helpful in making more decisions in their life.