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Winners never quit, but they do cut their losses while there is still something to salvage.
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Success, thus defined, stands on the very shoulders of such unhappy experiences as loss and quitting, failure and striking out. Dig it.
If there is something holding you back or keeping you down, grab the matches and burn that bridge.
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Multiple Apple employees told the New York Times they would resist a direct order to create an encryption backdoor.
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Don't give up on your idea before you figure out why it's not working.
Figure out if the next step in your business is to leave it.
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