I will be the first to admit that I have started and stopped many businesses over the years. My usual excuse for shutting doors was due to the lack of support. I whined and moaned about the difficulty in getting people to notice what I was doing. When the truth is, I didn't tough it out enough for people to buy into my temporary dream. I'm sure I am not the only small business owner this has happened too. We play the blame game when things don't go our way. We get to the point where we want things to happen overnight, and when it doesn't, we give up and move to the next thing.
Inconsistency does not build a good following. People are leery and start to view your entrepreneurial spirit as a get rich quick scam or even worse a pyramid scheme. This is why it must stop! Start something and stick with it. Through the good and the bad. You didn't go from being a newborn to an adult in six months so what makes you think you can do the same with a business. In the words of Earl Nightingale, "it takes longer to build a skyscraper than a chicken coop." So ask yourself which one you want to construct. Are you in it for the quick hustle or the legacy? It's up to you.