How do you know when you should keep going versus when it makes sense to cut your losses and try something new? It’s a difficult decision most entrepreneurs and creatives have faced along their journey and so we asked some brilliant folks from the community to share their thoughts.

Wade Guthrie | Hydraulic Sales Engineer

I do not believe in “giving up”.. There are times when we have to make decisions on what the next move should be, and sometimes these decisions involve very serious matters. It could involve your business, relationship, diet, etc.. But in those situations, I believe in making in making educated decisions and/or necessary changes, to make sure that I ALWAYS keep going! Read more>>

Katie Kinsley | Digital Marketing & Lifestyle Blogger

I’ve struggled with imposter syndrome since I found out what the definition was. It’s the feeling of being a fraud and/or you don’t measure up. I’ve worked my last three jobs of feeling this way because of the situations I’ve been a part of. I’ve been working in digital marketing for over six years, but I’ve never my coworkers and managers make me doubt myself and my abilities. When overwhelming thoughts of anxiety and burnout creep up, it’s often my first thought to give up. To walk away from it all (because I’ve convinced myself that there’s something better out there). Read more>>

Omega Whyte | Licensed Professional Hair Stylist

Having faith and praying is key to everything, it was times where I felt like giving up, when things didn’t go as I expected or planned. I had to pray my way through cosmetology school. From not having daycare and having to miss because of doctor appointments for the kids to school closure due to Covid was challenging for me and I cried many nights thinking I will never be able to finish school and considering dropping out. But when I say I found faith and began to pray and ask God to guide me and whatever his will for my life shall be and I took one day at a time, and when I say I don’t regret one moment of out. Read more>>