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Publisher's Summary

Have you ever wanted to quit something? For more than two decades, David Ross, founder of I Finally Quit, Inc., struggled with addictions to cigarettes, alcohol, making excuses, and more. The loss of his income, fiancé, and friends; being homeless for five years; and nearly dying inspired him to put bad decisions in the past and become known as David "the quitter" Ross. As you hear David's compelling story, you may wonder, "Could I do this, too?"
I Finally Quit...and So Can You and the community website is about making better decisions and creating a safe, fun environment where people can gather, uniting to fight against vices and addictions that hold them back. At, join like-minded individuals who courageously battle and defeat addiction!
"Drugs, alcohol, and other unhealthy habits consume the lives of millions of people all over the world. But I believe that David's book and the I Finally Quit website will be practical tools to help people like him to connect and get support." (H. K. Tabrizi, MD)
Ready to break free from bad habits and pick up better ones? Then it's time to join the movement of quitters and connect with others doing the same at
This book is for anyone who has ever wanted to break free from making excuses, procrastinating and putting things off, smoking, drinking, being mean, etc. Anyone who wants to be…better!
©2015 David Ross (P)2015 David Ross
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5 out of 5 stars
By stacy ford on 12-29-15


Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would Highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to quit anything! Would make a GREAT gift for a friend who wants to quit as well!

What was one of the most memorable moments of The I Finally Quit Movement?

I became totally engrossed in David's story of addiction and overcoming them to not only move on but thrive. I fist read this book over a year ago and It gave me the push I need to finally quit a 30 year plus smoking habit! After all other tries this one worked! I`m smoke free for over 1 year now! I now give this book to many of my Personal Training Clients who struggle with addictions.

Which scene was your favorite?

I cant choose one favorite chapter, the whole book was a fast read that you wont be able to put down! Now I cant wait to listen to the audio version while doing my cardio! I will use this book to help in other areas of my personal and business life as well!

What did you learn from The I Finally Quit Movement that you would use in your daily life?

I learned how to finally put my smoking habit behind me and by taking each day or minute one by one to finally beat the smoking habit once and for all!

Any additional comments?

I would highly recommend this book not only for everyone who struggles with trying to break bad habits but for anyone you love who struggles as well! Well Done - Mr. Ross and Thank You for adding what I hope is MANY years to my life! Stacy Ford

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1 out of 5 stars
By Mom on 01-26-18

Not relatable to working moms

The problem I have is this book is all about excessive drinking ....but at the end it makes it sound like it is about quitting smoking. Quitting smoking while having actual responsibilities like a home, full time job and kids and not being completely hammered 24/7 is a lot different and then the author’s story. This is just not relatable to working moms that aren’t drinkers. It is more suited for those with a drinking problem in my opinion. Almost felt like a bait and switch.

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