A wise man once talked about the importance of knowing when to hold ’em, and knowing when to fold ’em. I know the quote, but am usually too stubborn to live by it.
This is the case with my venture with raising quail. It went through many variations, none of which worked out, and this week I made the decision to walk away from the project. It doesn’t feel like failure, but that there is more energy to invest in other ideas – which I’m never short of.
So I’m shelving the quail idea for a later date, and will see if this quote from “The Gambler” can be useful for decluttering other parts of my life.
“You’ve got to know when to hold em, know when to fold em know when to walk away, know when to run.” The Gambler, Kenny Rogers.