The label as a quitter has intimidated many people and has kept them from quitting a task at hand. In fact, it is often that someone refuses to quit not from metal strength, but from sheer pride and the association of being a failure. There are many good reasons to quit something and sometimes it can be for the better. From a goal change to the realization that the prize isn’t worth chasing for anymore, there are many reasons to quit something.
- there’s such a cloud of shame associated with quitting that some people insist on persevering at all costs.
- there are times when quitting could be the wisest thing you could do.
- Mentally strong people ask themselves whether the reward is worth the effort required to achieve their goals. They’re not ashamed to give up when the end goal doesn’t justify the time or energy it takes to achieve it.
“While there’s a lot to be said for perseverance, mentally strong people know quitting doesn’t make you a loser. In fact, it often takes incredible mental strength to walk away from a goal.”