• The Quitter’s Manifesto

  • Quit a Job You Hate for the Work You Love
  • By: Tim Rhode, Pat Hiban
  • Narrated by: Desmond Manny
  • Length: 2 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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By: Tim Rhode,Pat Hiban
Narrated by: Desmond Manny
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A life-affirming book for every employee who feels stuck, The Quitter’s Manifesto is an inspiring guide to leaving a job that doesn’t fulfill you in order to find work that does.

Quitting a job with a steady paycheck and benefits is tough—you have to write a letter of resignation, find new work or start a business, and dust off the resume. Still, if this was all that was stopping you from making the leap, you probably would have leapt long ago.

Though quitting is about action, it’s far more about why you aren’t taking action. If you’ve felt trapped in your job but can’t quite seem to take the next step, this book will give you the game plan you need to deal with uncertainty. The Quitter’s Manifesto was written by two successful quitters and features the inspiring stories of many more, and they will help you create a plan that will make leaving a job seem less daunting.

You’ll learn strategies to:

  • Find the root cause of why you’re stuck and what to do about it
  • Develop a safer, more gradual approach to transitioning to work that matters
  • Build a team to help you find opportunities and navigate difficulties
  • Dial in your financial situation to make quitting less risky
  • Failure-proof your mind for the ups and downs of change

Easy to digest, simple to follow, The Quitter’s Manifesto is a call to freedom for anyone who’s waited too long to make a change. The work you love is out there—and your new job is not to give up on yourself.

©2022 Tim Rhode and Pat Hiban (P)2022 Tim Rhode and Pat Hiban

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I QUIT!

I did it, I quit and I'm betting on myself. Keep an eye out for my 1 year check in.

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It's what I needed to hear!

We all need a little help sometimes. This book gave me the perspective I very much needed.

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Guide to living your best life!

If you are looking to take action and start living the life of your dreams this book makes it possible!

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Quit the Job you hate for the you love

A must read for those wanting more in their career. A tactical book to help you get there.

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Ehh… it’s ok I guess

I don’t know. After one time through this audiobook I would not recommend it to others, but I try not to make quick judgements. I will listen another time to absorb more and execute on the recommendations.
Maybe it was the narrator. Seemed very dry.

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goals

Short and to the point. Could probably have went a little more into detail of quitting.. but i got ot!