Quit without Becoming a Quitter
I quit. You can too. And it doesn’t make you a quitter.
I quit my job.
I quit the group.
I quit complaining.
For me, quitting came from clarity. When I became clear on my yes; clear about my purpose, intent and desires to be authentically available to the people in the spaces where I choose to show up, I quit anything that didn’t support this alignment.
I am not suggested that we go around quitting for the sake of quitting. What I am say is, quit when it doesn’t align with who you are or who you’re becoming. Quit when you’re not giving it your all. Quit when your presence doesn’t add value.
And go do your thing. Go do the things you want to do, the things that add value for everyone. The thing that makes your heart sing even when you’re a sweaty nervous mess.
Quit whatever you must, to do what you were born to do.