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When Quiting Is The Best Way To Move Forward

Seth Godin is one of my favorite business and marketing authors because he is a thinker, and a leader…and I am drawn to those types of people. One of his most recent books addresses the problem of well…quiting. More precisely when to quite and why quiting might be good and when sticking it out mignt not be the best strategy. In everything we do we often come up against a challenge, one that makes us question what and why we are doing what we are doing. Our ability to look deeper into those questions and examine if the fight is worth it, in many cases may open other doors for us we were not able to see when we were hanging on so feverishly. When we are able to answer to the positive, we emerge or maybe are reborn with greater focus, strength sense of direction.

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Seth Godin is one of my favorite business and marketing  authors because he is a thinker, and a leader…and I am drawn to those types of people. One of his most recent books addresses the problem of well…quiting. More precisely when to quit and why quiting might be good and when sticking it out might not be the best strategy. In everything we do we often come up against a challenge, one that makes us question what and why we are doing what we are doing. Our ability to look deeper into those questions and examine if the fight is worth it, in many cases may open other doors for us we were not able to see when we were hanging on so feverishly. When we are able to answer to the positive, we emerge or maybe are reborn with greater focus, strength and sense of direction.

Take the time to listen to Seth as he talks about “The Dip”.

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Bill Weaver is an award winning photographer, visual artist and designer. Bill has worked as an artist, designer, teacher and photographer beginning at a very young age. His mother was a prolific painter and his father was an architect/engineer and inventor. Bill began photography at the ripe age of 8 when he successfully talked his father into letting him use one of his WWII “liberated” cameras from then on he has seldom put a camera down. He was recently informed by his 89 yr old father that the circa 1930 enlarger he used through college was still available! He also started drawing and painting at an early age using everything from watercolor to charcoal. He combined his visual awareness in graduate school where he first learned his love of design.

Bill Created The ARTISTScenter.com after 15 years as a working clay artist and photographer led him to question the standard ways artists market their work. In 2004 along with 3 other artists, Brenna Busse, Erika Mock,and Frank Barr, he explored ways to educate the public about the value of hand made work and fine art. Brenna and Erika are contributing writers to The ARTISTScenter.
He also can be found on his photography blog http://www.visual-conversations.com and his photography site http://www.billweaverphoto.com.