Knowing When to Call it Quits
By 99 U on November 29, 2012
Perseverance is key in business. Yet, sometimes it simply makes sense to quit, cut your losses, save your energy, and move on. This post takes a look at how you can avoid diluting your focus by hanging on too long.
When you have a history marked by regrets for projects not completed, you can exalt finishing anything as the ultimate virtue. Granted, following through on the right activities for your optimal development is critical.
But trying to finish everything can ultimately hinder your ability to get the most important projects done by diluting your focus and weighing you down psychologically and emotionally.
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