Be committed…before they commit you
Quitting. If you’re going to, do it before you start the thing. But after you start, be committed. I saw Dave Chapelle do a thought provoking skit about quitting in his latest stand up. He talked about how different Anthony Bourdain was to one of Dave’s high school friends. See if you agree…
On the surface, Anthony Bourdain had the good life by the tail. He was an American celebrity chef, author, and travel documentarian. And he starred in his own TV and cable programs. Pretty snazzy, right? By comparison, Dave’s high school friend started out in dire circumstances with apparently nothing going for him. And Dave pointed out how his friend was still going strong and making life happen. Meanwhile, Mr. Bourdain hanged himself at the age of 61.
So, you do need to be committed…especially to not quitting.
Seth Godin, a brilliant marketer, wrote a book called “The Dip.” In it he talks about quitting. And that there is a proper time to quit. He says quit before you start investing time and money into something you aren’t going to complete.
If quitting is an option for you from the start, then your journey doesn’t mean enough to you. Your desire and passion should be to make it work. To keep moving forward. And always looking for a way to make it happen. Your strategies might change. But you should never lose sight of your dreams and goals.
And if quitting IS an option for you, then please don’t even think about investing in my RondaReady business coach CRM system. Why put yourself through that extra hassle and spend that money, if you might quit in the middle?
My course is ONLY for entrepreneurs and business owners who can be committed and stay committed to success. For those kinds of people, it will pay for itself. Many times over.
So, if you’re not a quitter, and you’re really, really ready to get ready, get RondaReady and…