After all, don’t all the Great Achievers of the world preach persistence and tenacity?
“Never, never, never, never give up.”
– Winston Churchill
That thrill of joy you get whenever you think of not having to do whatever it is that’s driving you to the edge, is tempered by the fear of the unknown.
Fear that you’ll look like a loser.
That you’ll end up worse off.
That you’re 3 feet from gold.
That you’ll regret it.
And yet you still want to QUIT!
Now I’m not advocating becoming the kind of dilettante that flits from one thing to another and gives up at the first sign of hardship.
Far from it.
But in January 2010, I hit the proverbial bottom.
Nothing was working. I was stuck earning $7 an hour at Starbucks because my MLM was costing me more than I made.
I wanted to quit. Desperately.
So I did.
With Great Success.
Let me explain …
So, do you want to quit something?
Smoking? Your job? Feeling stifled and bored with life?
Have you ever wanted to quit something, but not been able to?
Perhaps it’s time to sit on your windowsill.