Quitting can become a Habit!

Anyone who has accomplished things in life understands that 90 percent of the rewards in life come on the back end, not the front end. A great sense of personal satisfaction comes from completing a job and doing it well. There is a great sense of camaraderie and joy among team members when they work together to accomplish a goal. And of course the monetary rewards also come from finishing when you are an adult. People who never finish anything never experience these rewards, so they don’t understand them, and they don’t realize that almost all of life’s rewards are on the back end.

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They Lower Their Self-Esteem

Every time people quit and don’t finish something they start, they lose a bit of their self-esteem. Whether they are aware of it or not, they begin to internally label themselves as quitters. I’ve never found a person with a high self-image who quits all the time. There is a pride in accomplishment that people who quit do not possess. They may show false bravado, but not a deep sense of satisfaction with who they are and what they can do.

They Sabotage Their Own Success

People who never finish often don’t understand they are developing a habit that will sabotage their success. Quitting becomes a habit. And they make excuses. But it’s easier to move from failure to success than from excuses to success!

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