There’s been a point in every single project I’ve worked on when I’ve felt like walking away because trying to change organisations is hard work.  The culmination of moments after which I want to drop the mic saying “I’m out”.

My guess is, I’m not alone.

Sitting around with others, many share stories of their own mic drop moments; some picked the mic up again while others left it behind. So I think it is fairly normal to get to these points in projects and work.

Determining if the moment is Pressfield’s resistance raising its head or Seth’s Dip is an important distinction to make.

Equally crucial to remember is that we all go through this and there is no right answer, but whatever choice you make, you must own it, you can’t pick up only half the mic.

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