Toxic bosses, pay gaps, power-hungry co-workers and open-plan offices drove these resignations.
Here's a check list to review if you are considering giving up on your goals: Is your original goal still relevant? Is it
Being persistent is not the same thing as not quitting. Persisting is getting up and trying again. To be successful, we need to know when to quit, especially if we've been doing something that is destined to fail.
There's more to quitting than bowing out when things get tough right?
Stop being paralyzed by failure, or the fear of failure. Don't just quit because the road isn't perfectly smooth. Recognize that it's all part of the process. It's all unfolding perfectly to bring you to where you need to be.
  There are a lot of worthwhile things you can be doing with your time, whether it's building your business (truly) or living
Here are six reasons why it's ok to quit. You've invested more than enough-Don't fall prey to the idea that you cant quit
Hello there! Today I am going to talk about something that has been on my mind lately. I see so many posts along the lines of "How I quit my job to travel" and it has been troubling me.
Everyone says to follow your passions and do what you love, but what do you do when your passion starts to destroy you?
The reality is, quitting your job is hard. So is long-term travel. It's not as easy as our favorite travel bloggers make it look, and it's definitely not a decision to be taken lightly. The harsh reality is, unless you are planning to say goodbye to the Western world for a while, or you're really keen on embracing the digital nomad lifestyle, quitting your job to travel isn't something that everyone can do.
Two years ago, I had a really bad weekend. It started on a Friday afternoon in early February. Snow was on the ground, and
Many experts think e-cigarettes are a lower-risk alternative to smoking.
This New Year's, my resolution is to quit things that are not working for me in my life. I know it doesn't sound very daring to make your New Year's Resolution about quitting things. It doesn't sound very uplifting or positive either. But I'm loving the sound of 'I quit' coming out of my mouth.
This year's campaign theme encourages smokers to quit like a champion, and become victorious over tobacco. Given the immediate
From my experience of sitting through college boot-camp after boot-camp, and going on college tour after college tour, I, along with probably every admissions officer, can tell you there is no winning formula.
We grow up thinking of our achievements as being either successful or a failure. Believe me, I've spent my life unwilling to quit things. Those who are stubborn will often go far -- too far -- to ensure it's not a failure. But that is not always smart. In fact, there is a time to quit.
There are no guarantees that my daughter will pour her newfound energy into things that make her happier. But as her parent, I'm happy to allow her the freedom to figure things out with my support.
There's a great phrase out there in the ultrarunning world -- it never gets easier, you just get better. And it didn't take long for it to hit me.