What are the benefits of being a quitter?
Why does "quitting" (a job, a marriage, a club or anything for that matter) have such a negative reputation? What are the benefits of being a quitter?
The benefit is when a person knows when to quit. A person that quits when things get tough is way to common and someone I would call a quitter - no a good label.
But when a person sees that a situation is hopeless and hanging on is only draining them of resources, whether financial, or emotional, then being able to quit is a hard but courageous thing to do.
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