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How to quit being a quitter


A course got too hard so you dropped it, someone looked at you weird at the gym, so it’s not worth going back—you name it, quitters always have an excuse for quitting. And, on the surface, it’s easy. But deep down, quitting is more like a disease. Being a quitter will work against your normal physiology, and it will stop some natural processes, creating whirls of free, unused energy, which will most likely transform into body imbalances- also known as illnesses. So, come on quitters and learn to stick things out with these five ways to quit quitting.

This helpful article outlines just how to fight the urge to give up when things get rough, allowing you to successfully accomplish tasks and goals. A must-read for anyone prone to preemptively throwing in the towel.

Stop making excuses and learn to get things done.

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  • Stephen Mi

    The article hits everything on the head (get it?)! Just think of your possible opportunities that await you. It’s like a golfer who practices to be a good player or a pro on the tour circuit. But,,,,listen to this and answer this question—"Does Pratice Make Perfect?"
    No it does not! "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect!" Just think, if you are practicing wrong in anything—golf, tennis, race car driving, Blogging, content writing, etc,,,,,, you will never attain measureable improvements/goals. Perfect practicing will accelerate you to your goals much quicker. And not having to backtrack so much to restart….Your chances of feeling like quitting will be alot less because success comes sooner with perfect practice. Quitters,,,I doubt you will have this notion, just focus on what you are doing one step at a time-completely-and measureable steps of improvement will abound. Perfect pratice repetition will never make you feel like quitting. Like the article says "SUCCESS" is what it is all about……….Your success means nothing to everyone else, but it means alot to you in an intangible way.