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To quit or not quit- Startup culture toxicity!

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We all hold on to someone or something with the hope of an end reward or security. Jobs, people, projects, hobbies, friends, and the list is unending. Sometimes quitting is considered cowardly, and sometimes it is not even an option. We all have our strong reasons for holding on, and I had mine. I had stuck myself with projects, organizations, and teammates without due diligence to my own personal growth.




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