A Wonderful New Book by Joseph Bennett

“When In Doubt”

Mitch Ditkoff
2 min readApr 20


If you are a human being, there is one thing you can be certain of: 99% of you is composed of oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon, calcium and phosphorous.

Oh.. and one more thing: doubt – what the dictionary defines as a “feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.”

Welcome to the human race! All of us experience doubt, at least sometimes — and those who don’t, will. It comes with the territory of being alive.

Of course, there are thousands of ways of dealing with doubt – denial, depression, dysfunction, despair, and overcompensation being five of the common ones.

If you, on this glorious day, are looking for a sixth, healthier alternative, I invite to you to read Joseph Bennett’s new book, When In Doubt.

Bennett’s book is honest, timely, insightful, practical and well-written — the perfect companion for those times when you find yourself losing heart and forgetting just how powerful you really are.

April 21 is the book’s launch day — the day it hits the proverbial shelves. You can buy it here.

Or here.

Or even here

Our doubts are traitors and cause us to miss the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt. — William Shakespeare



Mitch Ditkoff

Co-Founder of Idea Champions, Face The Music & Sage Catalysts. Author of Storytelling for the Revolution, Storytelling at Work, Unspoken Word and Free the Genie