Most of us have enough ambition. But it’s sometimes misdirected. We don’t always want the right things or know the right way to get the right things.
You don’t always have to finish what you start. Many things are worth stopping. What sounds like a great idea in theory can turn out to be disastrous in practice. Even if it’s not a disaster, maybe it’s just time to move on.
Not finishing isn’t necessarily a waste. Sometimes the experience you gain is more important than the results you’re trying to produce. And you always have to be wary of opportunity costs.