Nobody likes to be a quitter.
I used to be like that too.
Now, however, I am a big proponent of quitting fast and quitting often. It's not that I've gotten more frivolous with my decision-making or lack the grit to stick around. It's that over the years I've gotten clearer about what I want out of life.
Quitting is committing
Once I understood what I was working toward, it became easier to see which ones were not serving that purpose. I would quit anything that hindered, derailed or distracted me from it.
Because while I would quit, what I now know are the small things, I knew that by doing so, I was staying committed to the bigger things.
The hard part is gaining that clarity. But once I had it, everything else seem to fall into place. But when they don't, it's a sign I need to quit it.