The Dip

 

“The old saying is wrong-winners do quit, and quitters do win.” It is in this fashion that author Seth Godin attempts to debunk old clichés and establish the true to secret to success in his novel The Dip. According to Godin, all new things start out as an exciting and pleasurable experience. As time progresses, however, it becomes harder and less enjoyable, until you reach a point where it is “really hard, and not much fun at all.”

 

Here is where the title comes into play – Godin advises readers to determine whether this “dip” can be conquered, or if it is a dead end and time to move on. Winners commit to overcoming the setback and reaping the rewards it has to offer; otherwise they seek out another dip worthy of their time and talents through which they can excel. Losers, on the other hand, simply give up or never find the right dip to conquer.

 

The Dip offers inspiring, strong advice to people in all walks of life, earning it a gold medal in the Success/Motivation category.

 

 

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