Quitting Decision

Hey, Be Better Tomorrow family! Thanks for joining me, Jason Fisher, as we navigate the complex world of decisions – specifically, the decision to quit. Quitting often gets a bad rap, but let’s face it, knowing when to say “enough” is just as crucial as pushing through.

In our ongoing series about quitting, we’re diving deep into when to quit, why it’s sometimes the bravest choice you can make, and how to evaluate your activities to ensure they align with your personal and professional goals. Remember, sticking with something just because it’s comfortable or familiar might not always serve your best interests.

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Last Week’s Recap
We touched on the importance of self-assessment and goal setting. The goal? To figure out if our current actions propel us toward our dreams or hold us back. The key takeaway: It’s okay to quit if it means making room for growth.

Quitting Criteria and Accountability
Feeling stuck and unsure about your next move? I’m here to help you establish your quitting criteria and stay accountable. Don’t hesitate to reach out at [email protected] for personalized coaching.

The Pros and Cons
Before making any life-altering decisions, it’s vital to weigh the pros and cons. Ask yourself: Does this activity bring me joy, growth, and fulfillment? Or is it causing more stress and taking me away from my loved ones?

Setting Goals and Benchmarks
To truly measure progress and satisfaction, setting clear goals and benchmarks is non-negotiable. Whether it’s improving a skill or finding balance in your personal life, understanding what success looks like for you is the first step to achieving it.

Recognizing Stagnation and Societal Pressures
It’s crucial to acknowledge when you’re no longer growing or if external factors are influencing your decision to stick with something. Reflecting on how activities impact your life and relationships can provide clarity and courage to make the right choice.

Next Episode Teaser
Stay tuned as we dive into decision-making frameworks in our next episode. This will equip you with the tools to make informed choices about quitting and chasing what truly matters.

As always, your feedback fuels our community. Share your thoughts, stories, and questions at [email protected] or join the conversation on our social channels at BeBetterTomorrow.com. 

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Remember, it’s not just about the decisions you make but understanding why you’re making them. Here’s to making choices that lead us to be better tomorrow.

Start at the beginning of the series:
Know when to Quit

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