Knowing when it’s the right time to move on
A recurring challenge I’ve experienced personally and supported my clients through is that of knowing when to move on and when to persist in what you’re doing.
Being a quitter gets a bad rap and it’s not something we want to be associated with. However at times, in not ‘quitting’ we’re denying ourselves the opportunity to evolve and give the world a better version of ourselves.
That’s because each of us has the potential of being excellent at something when we’re in the right headspace, the right role and the right environment. Not just excellent, but truly happy.
A quote to keep in mind
“Sometimes the best kind of grit is gritting our teeth and turning around.”
– Adam Grant, American psychologist, author and podcaster
How to know when it's the right time to move on ...
Here’s a mind-map from Steven Bartlett that I have found very helpful. I hope you find at least some parts of it helpful too: