Quit

Quitting vanishes progress and leaves no opportunity for growth.

"Zeroes"

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Here's a simple idea to ponder.

Making progress is all about gaining data points, which you'd connect once you get enough of them. Regardless of whether you succeed or fail at any given endeavor, you get such data points. Firsthand knowledge. Precious experience.

Quitting, though, is null. Void. No data. Nada. Zero. Empty.

Quitting vanishes progress and leaves no opportunity for growth.

To quit is to betray yourself.


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