Maybe You Should Give Up challenges the conventional wisdom of never giving up and encourages readers to reevaluate their goals and aspirations and that it’s ok to give up on thoughts, actions and obligations that no longer serve you.

In a society that often glorifies perseverance and persistence, Morrison delivers a refreshing perspective by questioning the underlying motivations behind our goals. He argues that sometimes we hold onto dreams and ambitions that no longer serve us, leading to wasted time, energy, and happiness. Through personal anecdotes and real-life examples which are sure to resonate with readers, Morrison illustrates how letting go of certain goals can open doors to new opportunities and personal growth.

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Maybe You Should Give Up delves into the emotional and psychological toll of pursuing unfulfilling goals, highlighting the importance of self-awareness and self-reflection. By advocating for a mindful approach to goal-setting, Morrison encourages readers to let go of societal expectations and align their aspirations with their authentic selves.

While the title may initially sound a little confronting, Morrison’s intention is not to promote giving up on everything. Instead, he emphasizes the importance of reassessing and redirecting our efforts towards goals that are genuinely meaningful and aligned with our core values. This honest and introspective approach allows readers to redefine success on their own terms, fostering a sense of purpose and fulfilment.

Morrison’s engaging writing style and relatable anecdotes make this book a little different from other self-care and motivational books on the shelves and I believe Morrisons writing style and real-life examples of anxiety, gym fear and work stresses will resonate with a wide range of readers.