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.

Looking West | Band

Everything we do in life is work of some kind or another. So, it really comes down to whether the work you are doing is worth it or not. Your heart will guide you. If you are still able to find the fun, keep going! Read more>>

Kasey Jaeger | Lead Singer of Rogue!

This is something I’ve wrestled with on and off throughout my twenties. When I was 8, I was fearless. I thought “well, there’s no way pursuing my dreams WONT work out”. But you graduate high school and see classmates and friends go off to college, finish their degrees, find careers, get married, have kids and you can begin to question whether you’re making the right choice. Read more>>

Ashley Haynie | Singer

I think it’s important that you should always keep going and never give up especially in passions. If it’s something you enjoy, you love, and have dedicated yourself, it’s what you’re meant to be period. Read more>>

Rachael Wixom | Owner/Designer

I started my business with a few thousands of dollars I had saved. I went in with the notion that I would continue the business and grow it only if I turned a profit. I was not going to take out a hefty loan or borrow money to create my brand. I figured if there was a market for the product it would generate its own future. Read more>>