It was a good job, not a cool place, but paying well. After watching many Peter Thiel videos, in which he was telling his life story mot à mot over and over, I became fond of how he just walked out the front door to quit the job, voilà. I made up my mind.
I cleaned up my desk, packed up my things, thinking I will be the next Zuckerberg. My supervisor told me that I was making a big mistake, a career suicide, he said that I will never be like Zuckerberg, all I said was 'adiós'. He kept contacting me from Facebook for the following days. To burn the bridges and focus on my new entrepreneur life, I blocked him as I read burning bridges is a good thing for entrepreneurs.
Fast forward to today. I lost 40K on my startup adventure, I am broke. I just want to find a job. Should I mail my former boss and say that I made a big mistake, and I want to return now or should I just cold call him, and act like I'm doing good, and wait him if he has any offers for me.