Jen Sincero, You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

 

I could have easily copied and pasted the generic summary of this book from google, but I'm going to let some of my favorite quotes from the book (pictured below) and this Amazon review do the recommending and summarizing for you.

"If you are going through a transitional phase in your life (or if you would like to go through a transitional phase in your life) this book is for you. None of what Sincero says is new or groundbreaking. In fact, much of it is attributable to the "wisdom of the ages" and derived earlier works in self help and self improvement. What sets this book apart is that it is packaged in a user-friendly format and written in incredibly engaging language. Sincero's passion for making you more passionate drips off every page. Trying to change your life while living it is akin to working on a car as you are driving it down the road. Most folks don't have much bandwidth for transition. Fortunately, Sincero makes it easy. This is a quick read packed with concrete steps you can take to make improvements to your quality of life the minute you read the page.I've read it twice, and given copies of it to at least ten friends. For those interested in changing their lives, this is a good use of twelve bucks." - Amazon Reviewer 

 

"You are perfect. To think anything less is as pointless as a river thinking that it’s got too many curves or that it moves too slowly or that its rapids are too rapid. Says who? You’re on a journey with no defined beginning, middle or end. There are no wrong twists and turns. There is just being. And your job is to be as you as you can be. This is why you’re here. To shy away from who you truly are would leave the world you-less. You are the only you there is and ever will be. I repeat, you are the only you there is and ever will be. Do not deny the world its one and only chance to bask in your brilliance."


"maybe, if you put your disbelief aside, roll up your sleeves, take some risks, and totally go for it, you’ll wake up one day and realize you’re living the kind of life you used to be jealous of"
 
"Never apologize for who you are. It lets the whole world down."
Are you convinced?

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