How do you know when you should keep going versus when it makes sense to cut your losses and try something new? It’s a difficult decision most entrepreneurs and creatives have faced along their journey and so we asked some brilliant folks from the community to share their thoughts.

Haily Kim | Illustrator & Designer

One of my friend showed me last year, my astrology reading for fun. 
There were both positive and negative sides about my current self or future. And that was the phase that I was really worrying if I am even talented at design.
I just graduated with BFA illustration degree and I just started to learn graphic design which was such a new thing for me. I was not confident at myself at that moment. I was more frightened even though I even volunteered to learn. Read more>>

Aisha Olemba | Dancer, Choreographer, & Creative Director

Your intuition is one of the most powerful powers we have as humans. Some choose to ignore it and others use it to help guide them through anything and everything in life. That feeling of unsureness and doubt should always be a reason to sit down with yourself and ask if that “feeling” is serving you. Whenever I feel that feeling I know that I must reconsider what I’m doing. Nothing that you love should feel so hard to the point where your dread doing it. Once you reach that point it’s time to revaluate. Read more>>

Madeleine Gardella | Actress

If the thought of no longer striving towards or obtaining your goal does not fill you with a sense of dread, this may be a sign to move on. Giving up, however, does not mean that you failed. We are constantly growing and changing. Therefore, I would look at it as an opportunity to redirect your efforts towards something that better fits the person you are today. And, if the thought of giving up does not sit right with you- don’t do it! Keep going! Breakthroughs, big and small, happen all the time. Read more>>