To pivot or to persevere? Or more bluntly – to give up or to not to give up? This is a haunting question, a question that has ramifications far after an answer has been chosen and it’s also a question that almost everyone in our community has had to face at one time or another. How do you know when to give up and when to keep trying?
Emily Hauptman | Confidence Coach
Should I keep going or give up? This is a question every business owner – and person – will confront at some point in life. Should I keep pursuing this business, idea, goal, relationship, etc? Am I just in a rut, or is this really not meant for me? Often questions like these are difficult and sometimes even painful to confront. Read more>>
Christie Saxer | Bookkeeper & Entrepreneur
I know to always keep going because failure is not an option for me. I’m very driven and like to think that I get that trait from my mother. She’s always taught me to never quit or give up when things get hard. I watched her overcome some extremely difficult obstacles throughout my life with grace and perseverance; so I always try to use her as a model to follow when things get tough and I remember that she always figured out a way so I try to do the same. Read more>>
Sara Jade Alan | Author & Performer
It’s hard to always know if it’s my ego or spirit telling me to keep going or give up. Sometimes the ego wants to give up out of fear, sometimes it wants to keep going out of pride. Sometimes the spirit whispers this is just a bump in the road, sometimes it whispers it’s time to let go. After nine years of trying to get my first novel published, I had to make a big choice. Should I keep rewriting and submitting? Or accept this was maybe just my practice novel and move on? I made a deal with myself: Read more>>