I made it about halfway through this book and could not continue on. Sed aliquam, urna ut sollicitudin molestie, lacus justo aliquam mauris, interdum aliquam sapien nisi cursus mauris. And this is done through faith. I love it and will listen to it over and over again. Between the repetitiveness, Jen insulting the reader, and the big one, talking more about herself than actually how to help a person be a badass, the whole book was a disappointment. Are you where you want to be in your life? Served with a healthy dose of humor, a smidge of sarcasm and plenty of great quotes, Jen Sincero dishes her take on self-help, self- acceptance and of course self-love. .
She tells it to ya in a real way. Several times, she encouraged readers to use credit cards to purchase luxuries that they didn't have the money for if they saw these things as part of the life they envisioned for themselves. On the other side of your fear is your freedom. Why not listen to them on your phone? This Book will inspire you to be better. Jen's voice was so different from what you normally hear on Audible. I suspect that when she does get a great This book is marketed as no-nonsense and plain-spoken, and it is definitely the latter, but has as much nonsense in it as any self-help book. Served with a healthy dose of humor, a smidge of sarcasm and plenty of great quotes, Jen Sincero dishes her take on self-help, self- acceptance and of course self-love.
But while reveling in free tequila shots, autograph hunters, and other perks of minor stardom, Jenny realizes with a shock that 60-Foot Queenie is poised to become even bigger than she imagined. However, if you are looking for a different perspective on how to overcome your limited beliefs, this might be your book: just be careful not to actually believe your success is dependent on some sort of mother energy just waiting for you to vibrate properly before money rains down from the skies. The book The Millionaire Next Door by Stanley and Danko explains the concept well but we practiced it decades before the book was released in 1996. In this refreshingly blunt how-to guide, Sincero serves up 27 bite-sized chapters full of hilariously inspiring stories, life-changing insights, easy exercises, and the occasional swear word. Quit what you are doing and get this book. It really only acts so sabotage our lives, our happiness. Of course, we also need to work really hard, keep our eyes on the prize, and possibly wait years and years for those good things, which makes you wonder if the vibrating part is actually necessary.
If you have any mental barriers that are holding you back from achieving your goals then this book is for you! It concerns me even more deeply that this is a best selling book and people who read read may begin to believe that depression is an act or a choice or a 'story' as the author would call it. She combines hilarious personal essays with bite-size, aha concepts that unlock earning potential and get real results. Practical, funny, implementable advice and stories that will help you understand why you are how you are, how to love what you can't change, how to change what you don't love, and how to be a badass all the time. And should you be one of those people who dreads getting busted with a self-help book in your hands, fear not. Jen Sincero is not reinventing the wheel when it comes to the tried and true methods of getting out your own way and opening yourself up to possibilities of life. My kindle says there's 33 minutes left for me to read.
By the end of You Are a Badass, you'll understand why you are how you are, how to love what you can't change, how to change what you don't love, and how to use The Force to kick some serious ass. Technically I didn't finish this book. This book is like the cliff notes or the cheat sheet to all self help books everywhere. I plan to make it part of my Christmas and birthday gift lists. And the material is, well, life altering. A number of ways, depending on the quality you desire and the amount you're willing to spend.
From the number-one New York Times best-selling author, bite-size inspiration and guidance to keep your transformation on track For anyone who has ever had trouble staying motivated while trailblazing toward badassery, You Are a Badass Every Day is the companion to keep you fresh, grateful, mighty, and driven. This publication aided me develop my style for the year: Love Yourself. Sincero discusses how to get over your own B. Summary Bestselling author, speaker, and world-traveling success coach Jen Sincero cuts through the din of the self-help genre with her own verbal meat cleaver in You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. Now it's dressed up in a deluxe hardcover edition, with a new foreword by the author.
I can sum up this book pretty quickly. And because I was listening to it and didn't have anything else to listen to, so it was convinient while cleaning. She does a great job with the presentation of the material. Don't you dare look back in regret for what you didn't try. Follow what she says to do. Download and start listening now! After quitting her going-somewhere advertising job, getting a going-to-band-practice retail job, auditioning every musician in the greater Los Angeles area—including the deluded, deranged, and underaged—Jenny finds the perfect lineup, and 60-Foot Queenie is born.
Was the awesome guy your friend Deb just met the lone survivor of the Good Guy Genocide? Did your mind wander too much? I laughed my ass off. Integer elementum tempor libero sit amet iaculis. Sincero, a former skeptic herself, delivers the goods minus the New Age cheese, giving even the snarkiest of poo-pooers exactly what they need to get out of their ruts and start kicking some ass. In the end, all that I felt I received was a sweet-faced pep talk from a well-meaning but naïve friend. By the end of You Are a Badass, you will understand why you are how you are, how to love what you can't change, how to change what you don't love, and how to start living the kind of life you used to be jealous of. We often know what we should be doing.