Just the story telling of how business really works.
Since he wrote the book it brings a sense of realism.
This book was short and worth the listen. His concept of what the Dip is and being honest with yourself about your projects is worth while to consider. Some of it I disagreed with initially but in the end, it is actually applicable for all of us. We just don't want to listen or believe it. The best concepts are the ones that are obvious to us only after someone has said it! This maybe one of those.
I teach WordPress web design online, focusing on the *design* part - and fun:) I love learning new concepts, hence all these audiobooks;)
Good and short. Good content good narration. Short, and does not need to be longer. It made me think differently about backburner-projects...
Say something about yourself!
This book is pretty good. There are 2 main points and the author gets right to them.
Author, Consultant, Speaker
I found The Dip to be supportive when I was in a dip with my own work and it gave me new ways to consider those moments when the decision to continue with a project challenged me.
excellent book that brings about a deeper awareness of why it's important to preserver to the end when you start something. It's so well said you cannot deny why you have complete things you have started.
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The worst book I’ve ever read. Nothing new. 2 hours about the same. Zero value to my life. Don’t read. Don’t waste your time. I have one more book of Seth in my library and love them. But this one just killed me.
This book actually describes what I have personally gone through managing a complex multi-year program. Many people say he doesn't spell out when to quit... You just don't get it. The author clearly says don't quit your ***strategy***... but quit projects often. I cannot think of a clearer way of spelling out how to make decisions while in the dip.
Another excellent piece from Seth Godin. Everybody knows about The Dip but not many have the guts to write about it like Seth Godin. Good and inspiring :)