The decision to quit something is often influenced by wanting to “fix” uncomfortable feelings immediately. Other times, the decision can be empowering in service of love and well-being.
- A negative connotation to quitting.
- Choosing an empowered perspective on what’s working and not working.
- Approaching quitting with curiosity.
- The feeling of quitting is a symptom of a need not being met.
- Lots of accountability needed with commitments.
- From quitting to pivoting.
- Quitting is a habit.
- Stopping something without integrity to a commitment. The “feel good trap.”
- Immediate gratification can be detrimental to long-term goals.
- Fulfillment on a commitment is sometimes greater than achieving the goal.
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