If not giving up was always the right answer life would be so easy. History shows us that sometimes quitters prosper and sometimes they miss out. Knowing when to quit and when to keep going is one of the most difficult questions and so we asked folks we admire to tell us how they think through this question.
Ashley Irwin | Health and Wellness Coach
I believe that in order to keep going, giving up is not an option. We are always allowed to adjust our goals but giving up entirely is a disservice to yourself and your potential. Now in order to keep going, you must be ok with failing. When things fail, a first instinct may be is to throw in the towel. Read more>>
Ashley Wilson | Filmmaker/Content Creator
There have been moments that doubt has slipped into my mind, but there was never an option to quit. Living with cystic fibrosis, a genetic life-threatening disease, I knew time is precious. Listening to naysayers will only slow you down and prevent you from following your passions. Read more>>
Charles Buck | Author, Speaker, Coach
Giving up is not an option, especially when you are doing something that you chose to do. Yes there are situations that occur where to no fault of your own, you most cut your losses and move on to the next thing or opportunity. However this is not the go to. Choose to succeed, chose to win. Read more>>