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How Do You Know When it’s Time to Call It?

Learn to recognize when your ‘dip’ becomes a bottomless pit

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Much has been made of the idea that you will face a “dip” before your effort on a new project, a new career path, or a new hobby pays off. That’s great advice. Unless you’re in the dip forever. And in the meantime, your opportunity costs are mounting, then metastasizing and cutting you off…




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