Being labeled a quitter is a 1950s attitude and should have stayed in that era.
Today the world moves pretty fast. It shifts in the blink of an eye.
Forcing yourself to stay with something that is not working today can be one of the worst things you can do.
Edison, Einstein, Jobs and thousands of other success stories failed innumerable times before they succeeded.
So be smart and don’t be afraid to move on. That can often be the best thing you ever did. Realizing when it is time to move on is not being a quitter. It’s being smart.
If you’re good, if you’re smart, you will change. That’s life.
Yet all too often, letting go is not the hard part. Realizing you have let go is the hard part.
Before you can move on, you need to realize you have already let go.
It’s scary because you have nothing to hold on to.
But only when you can admit to yourself that you’ve let go are you truly free.
When you do that, you can watch the stress and the weight fall away.
Then you can smile to yourself that you have grown.