Do you need a kick in the pants? Or do you doubt yourself? Do you want to learn to love yourself and how to build a life that you love? You are a Badass is the book that will challenge you to examine your life and teach you proven strategies to change your outlook and change your fortune.
Jen batters you with sassy reminders to stay true to yourself and to live your life unapologetically. While some personal development books might leave you with a saccharine sweet taste, Jen’s style is the girlfriend you always look up to. The one who can go out without makeup on and say whatever is on her mind. She’ll have you rolling on the floor laughing about some of the things that she’s done, and marveling at what she’s gotten away with by just going for it. If you take her advice to heart, you’ll gain confidence and see your own life moving in the direction that you want it to go.
Jen Sincero is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, success coach and motivational cattle prod who’s helped countless people transform their personal and professional lives via her products, speaking engagements, newsletters, seminars and books.
Who is You are a Badass for?
You are a Badass is way more than a self-help book, it’s personal development for the modern era. There’s no sugar coating or glossing over painful parts of life. Those in their twenties and above will enjoy and identify with Jen’s girl-next-door style. This is really about identifying the self-defeating cycles and ideas that are holding you back and working through them. Anyone who wants more out of life will find some idea to work with in this book.
Borrow or Buy?
This one is a definite keeper. You might even want to buy a second copy to loan out or give away.
You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, Jen Sincero, Running Press, Philadelphia, PA, 2013, 254 pages, $16.00, ISBN 978-0-7624-4769-5
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