Nobody ever wants to hear about your failures, but they should. The stories behind failures tell so much more than successes ever can. In his podcast, 'Invisible Office Hours', Jason Zook tells all the serial-quitters just what we've been waiting to hear, "Just because you quit, doesn't mean you fail". You know that part on job applications where they ask why you quit your last job? If only it could be filled out truthfully... 'Because I was bored...Because you don't ever get used to the graveyard shift...Because I had to smile at rude people all day and ask if there was anything I could do for them...Because I'm looking to expand my skill set in a position with a creative company in which I can grow professionally and personally'. There, that sounds better, right?
Quitting might put a knot in your stomach and it might feel like the end of the world, but when's the last time you quit something and regretted it? My takeaway from Jason's point: quit now and quit often, not just jobs, quit the people who make your days worse, quit the obligations you dread. Quitting is not failing, it's choosing to do more of what you love with the time you have.