When to QUIT

It’s never easy deciding when to quit vs. when to persist. With any ambition in life, there will be challenges and obstacles in your way. Most of the the time the answer is to stick with it, endure, practice discipline, and grind it out. But in some instances, the best option, the brave option, is to actually quit. It’s important to be gritty, meaning cultivate passion and perseverance, but don’t let it control you. It’s important to separate hardship from learning, and understand that struggling is often important in the learning proces.

In this video we go over the Sunken Cost Fallacy, Knowing Yourself, the Endowment Effect, The Dip, Looking Back at your Progress.

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