When I was in high school I quit while I was ahead in a cross country race. The feeling of knowing that I had quit was so awful that on that moment I promised myself I would never quit again on something that I knew I could do.
For the last 30 years there has been dozens of things I have wanted to quit (my marriage, 2 marathons, ACN, a couple of jobs, etc...). Somehow my memory from my high school days comes back and I force myself to keep fighting. I have learned that there is ALWAYS incredible rewards that are only available to the very few who don't quit. ALWAYS...
Most people however have become insensitive to the feeling associated with
quitting and have become incredibly adept at justifying, arguing and rationalizing why the often change their minds EVEN IN LIGHT OF THE MASSIVE SUCCESS THAT IS POSSIBLE (see attached picture from training this weekend). An easy way to know a quitter is because they are ALWAYS looking to the next "right" opportunity for them. ALWAYS...
The first thing you should now about quitting is that the quitter NEVER sees himself / herself as a quitter. They ALWAYS feel right and justified for changing their minds. ALWAYS...
The second thing you should now is that if you quit when things get really hard, you sabotage your growth. Think of walls that appear in your life path. If you can't breakthrough the walls you can never find out what is behind them. You can NEVER reach your potential...
The third thing you should understand is that the difference between massive success and mediocre achievement is only a little more WHEN YOU NO LONGER WANT TO DO MORE. It is that way in business, sports and life.
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