The Great Resignation has lots of folks thinking about quitting their jobs, or actually doing so. But even if you’re not ready to take that step, it doesn’t mean it’s not time to quit some things. It’s time for all of us to quit: quit hustling, quit working ourselves to exhaustion and burnout, quit saying yes to things when we should be saying no, and quit living our lives like we have an endless amount of time ahead of us. What can you commit to quitting in order to live your life on purpose? In this piece for Psychology Today, assistant vice president Allison McWilliams identifies opportunities to bring a “quitters mindset” to your work and life, starting right now.

Sticky note that says "I quit!"

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