no need to quit, no if you are willing for greatness!!! this book showed me the difference between having stress because something is worth or write because you are heading nowhere
I love Seth Godin's earlier work but this book was really disappointing. The premise is flawed: if you can't be the best in the world then quit. I hope that's not true. If it is, maybe Seth Godin should quit writing. He's a very good writer, but certainly not the best in this genre. And this book proves it.
The Book wasn't horrible by any means. I was expecting a little more from it though. The whole book can be summed up in a few sentences.
Sometime it's better to quit when you know it's not going to work. But other time when it just takes hard work and perseverance sick through the slump till you make it on the other side.
That's the book. Wish I didn't get the book and someone just told me about it instead of listening to it.
If you don't have common sense enough to to know the difference between when to keep going and when to quit this book isn't going to help you.
Dear review reader, the only thing I regret is not having gotten this book sooner when i first found out about it years ago.
i stronly recommend that you just buy it my friend, don't hesitate, worst case scenario you return it ( i doubt it that you will)
After listening to books like Grit and Presence, I was expecting something more meaty. This was just a guy talking about what he thinks. Nothing to back up his claims. His examples were so brief they were not very helpful.
Just an average woman looking to better herself in order to help transform the lives of others.
Great book! This book is for those who are struggling and not sure if what they are doing is worth it. Discusses the concept of quitting in practical terms and teaches on when to quit and when to keep going.
I learned that the key to success is to be the best and not quiters. H
Those who quit can only average
This short book presents life's challenges from a unique and noteworthy perspective. To quit or not to quit, that is the question...and Seth's answer is right on target!
this book may be short but it drives home the point on when faced with a difficult decision if you should stay the course or if you should give up and focus on bigger better tasks.