Rather than quit outright (like so many of us), YouTuber WayOutWestbuilt a big goofy contraption that fingers whole chords on a guitar at the push of a button. He calls it the Chordelia. The wooden housing clamps to the neck of his Yamaha, and each of the chord paddles triggers levers that do all the work. It looks absurd, but astonishingly it works.
While it won’t help you shred Judas Priest riffs or strum a G7sus4 in your jazz trio, the Chordelia is able to produce five chords—G, D, C, A minor, and E minor, which is really all that’s needed to play 90% of pop music. Unfortunately, at about $260 they’re not cheap, but think of all the time saved by never having to do any practice.