“Quit” shouldn’t be a dirty word

Quitting has a negative connotation in popular culture, but in reality, quitting can be a valuable tool for making better decisions and achieving success. The author suggests that perseverance is not always the best strategy and that, in certain situations, quitting is the best way to move forward and make progress towards long-term goals.

Quitting does not slow progress and instead can help you make better decisions by allowing you to react to new information and changing circumstances.

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