Do you struggle with goal disengagement? Perhaps you have a hard time knowing when to quit, how to quit or fear being judged for making a decision to change your direction. The truth is that you’ve changed a lot throughout your life, and with that comes changes in career, relationships or even points of view and patterns. It’s part of growth, but do you allow yourself to quit things, successfully?
Dr. Stan has come to be known as “The Quit Doctor” because of his relentless determination to heal the world of the stigma and shame associated with the concept of quitting. His latest book, Quit: The Last Principle of Success, provides a clear structure for learning how to quit, successfully, and knowing when to quit, as a means of supporting your personal achievements. Jack Canfield, creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul, predicts that this book will be a bestseller, and says that Dr. Stan is one of the coolest people he knows.
Dr. Stanley G. Robertson grew up in a project building on the south side of Chicago. He pleaded temporary insanity and joined the Marine Corps, then trained as a lawyer and earned a doctorate in business. As an author coach and speaker, Dr. Stan is currently sharing his insights to support people on their paths of personal development.
Find out more about Dr. Stan at http://thequitdoctor.com
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