The T.M.C. Blog


Have you ever asked yourself this deep and seemingly dark question: should you give up on your business? Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or a seasoned business owner you know this topic is a bit taboo in the business world. 

“Giving up” has a bad reputation so before you figure out if walking away from your business is the right step for you, let’s first look at the most important piece: Context. 


I believe there are two scenarios here: either you’re not making any money or your business no longer makes you happy.

In order to make the right decision for YOU it’s important to ask the right questions based on context! For example,  if you’re not making any money in your business here are some things to consider: 

  • How long have you been going at this? 
  • Do you have a solid cash flow, marketing or business strategy that you’re following?
  • Have you reached out for help? 
  • Have you tried multiple ways, angles and variations to make it work? 

These questions are just the tip of the iceberg! Be sure to watch the Matcha Monday replay below to dive in deeper!

In the video, I also discuss the other scenario: what if your business is no longer making you happy? Of course the context is important here too and there are so many other questions to consider! 

I’m assuming you’re reading this because things are feeling heavy with your new or seasoned business so please know, you’re not alone in this and know that you’ve got this! Whatever decision you make, it’ll be the right one for YOU. I hope you watch the video below and let me know your thoughts in the comments on Instagram. Much love, xoxo -M

To watch the replay directly on IG, click here

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on email
read next


I’m a photographer and website strategist and I help entrepreneurs and small businesses show up online with strategy and confidence. We create modern and strategic websites so you can establish your online home, grow your personal brand and make more income. (and by “we” I my business parter/husband, Eddie and myself!) We’re so glad you’re here!