We all tend to think that the amount of effort should equal the reward. When that doesn’t happen that is called the dip.
“The dip” by Seth Godin provides insight into the journey of success. The thesis of the Dip is:
Winners either quit fast, quit often, and quit without guilt at the right failure point or they commit to beating and working through the Dip.
What I’m going to do is explain how to cross and shorten the dip toward mastery. 
Learn more about Learning Frames in my new book The Learning Maze.
the learning maze

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