Listen now | Do it for you and scratch your own itch. I see so many quitters. They start something new and quickly stop if they don't have wildly successful results. If they aren’t immediately great at something, they walk away. Or, they give up once they encounter the hard work that exists when you get past the initial, exciting rush of a new hobby, project, or endeavor. It’s no longer fun. Real-life success isn’t like winning some effortless lottery. Even if you do see early promise, taking something all the way requires consistent effort, grit, and determination. But, how can you quit being a quitter when you have a history of that behavior? How can you push through and commit to doing something for the long haul when you know that it’s good for you? How can you stop giving up when the going gets rough?
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