The book with less than 100 pages extols the extraordinary benefits of knowing when to quit and when to stick to something.
He explains that when we are learning a skill or doing something worthwhile, we will be faced with a situation called The Dip where we seemingly get stuck in a rut or simply don't improve anymore.
In the beginning, when you start something, whether learning a new skill, sport, language or vocation, things are fun. You improve quickly and get good feedback from people around you. This goes on for the first few weeks where you continue to be enthusiastic and improve. Then The Dip happens.
According to Seth, The Dip is:
A long slog between starting and mastery.The difference between the easy beginner's technique and the useful expert approachThe long stretch between beginner's…