Successful people quit all the time

Many of us have found ourselves in difficult positions in successful life, faced with one of the hardest choices: should I quit? This creates such a stressful environment for the situation you might be going through.

Frankly there are ways to make this easy for each one of us. I was introduced to a new set of ideas on this cause from a book called “The Dip” by Seth Godin. Seeing and applying these ideas got me into a new way of thinking and acting whenever I’m in the midst of difficulties.

“Winners successful  never quit”

From the beginning of the motivational speeches, books, and advices we have always been given, one of the main ideas was that we should never quit.
“Winners never quit”, is one of the worst advice, winners quit all the time, they just make the good decisions on what to quit.
“Most people quit, they just don’t quit successfully.” This is when you find yourself in the dip. Keep pushing forward when you can see that the progress you’re re doing, no matter how small is getting you closer to becoming the number one in what you do. (Number one subjectively, chose your own parameters of what the number one is).

Why quit

The reason why you should quit is because in daily life you should know you have a reserved amount of time money and energy. This is when you find yourself in the dip. Keep pushing forward when you can see that the progress you’re re doing, no matter how small is getting you closer to becoming the number one in what you do. (Number one subjectively, chose your own parameters of what the number one is).

How you spend these resources depends on how many things you engage on. To expand these resources you have to scale down the many things you are being involved on everyday.
Quit the wrong stuff. Stick with the right stuff. Have the guts to do one or the other. When should I quit? You should quit after you spend some time looking forward, and then you look at your current situation, and you see no way of how your current education, job, habit, business , will get you to your expected outcome.

The one thing you shouldn’t do on this part is successful :

The outside circumstances of your process. No matter how bad the situation can be, if you clearly see your actions as a way to put your forward in the future, keep going forward.
Set your own parameters of what is the best and what is the worst BEFORE you are faced with the dip and act based upon them.

This is when you find yourself in the dip. Keep pushing forward when you can see that the progress you’re re doing. No matter how small is getting you closer to becoming the number one in what you do. (Number one subjectively, chose your own parameters of what the number one is).

Quit when your own extreme parameters about when to quit are meting. Don’t fill your head up with worry and stress until it gets that LOW. Don’t set new quitting parameters along the way, set them in the beginning and let them be your quitting point. But what exactly should you quit?

I would break this one down in steps:

Make a decision on where you want to become the best on
List down every unnecessary daily habit that you have, that doesn’t benefit your decision to get to the ultimate goal. Start quitting each and any of these items on the list. This is when you find yourself in the dip. Keep pushing forward when you can see that the progress you’re re doing. No matter how small is getting you closer to becoming the number. One in what you do (number one subjectively, chose your own parameters of what the number one is).

Why quitting becomes successful :

Every end is an opportunity to start again. The more things you quit on your life. The more will you have the chances to start somewhere else, you will not break.