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

The #1 New York Times Bestseller You Are A Badass is the self-help book for people who desperately want to improve their lives but don't want to get busted doing it.In this refreshingly entertaining how-to guide, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author and world-traveling success coach, Jen Sincero, serves up 27 bite-sized chapters full of hilariously inspiring stories, sage advice, easy exercises, and the occasional swear word. If you're ready to make some serious changes around here, You Are a Badass will help you: Identify and change the self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors that stop you from getting what you want, blast past your fears so you can take big exciting risks, figure out how to make some damn money already, learn to love yourself and others, set big goals and reach them - it will basically show you how to create a life you totally love, and how to create it now.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...

Title : You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life
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ISBN : 9780762447695
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 256 pages
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You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life Reviews

  • Laura Bradbury

    *** PSA: Vent Alert***

    I didn't give this review a low rating because Sicero is a bad writer - she is perfectly effective for the task at hand and actually her appealing "ra-ra-go-get'em" voice is what drew me in to begin with. I ultimately bailed however, as I have a Big Problem with the central thesis of this book. Basically it all boils down to the theory that everyone has the power to "manifest" their own reality and if things are not working out for them it is because they are not manifestin

  • Kelsey Marie

    *****The full review of this book can be read at Darling & Co.*****

    I was really excited for this book. I have the day-by-day calendar and I love it. It's posts are quick and witty and there's a bonus on the back of every day that tells you something interesting, or is a little puzzle, or something to get you thinking. It's great. The book version was...a let down, for a few reasons.

    Between the repetitiveness, Jen insulting the reader, and the big one, talking more about herself than actually

  • Alex

    I saw this at the airport in St. Louis and liked its affirmation that I was, indeed, a badass, so I decided to check it out from the library when I got back home. Honestly, who buys books at airports anymore? So expensive.

    Now, this book would have me believe that it doesn't matter that this book is expensive, because if I truly feel that money will manifest itself in my future, then so it shall be. While I like the unbridled optimism that Sincero brings to this kinda half-baked self-help book, I

  • Miranda Reads

    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.

    This has all the hallmarks of a Self-Help book - cheesy one-liners and a perky "You CAN do it" attitude. I honestly expected it to be just another cookie cutter how to become the real you. Bleh. Needless to say, I was totally ready to hate it.

    Yet, the more I read, the more I enjoyed hearing her advice. She's hilarious.

    If you’re serious about changing your life, you’ll find a way. If you’re not, you’ll find an excuse.

    You are responsible for what you say and do. You are not responsible for whether or not people freak out about it.

    Her real life tie-ins and her examples were absolutely spot on. I busted a gut when she started calling out all those little excuses we tell ourselves:

    Sally always says She can't find a good single man because there aren't any left out there. Really Sally? All the good single men were hunted down and killed so no matter how many dates you go on or how many times you put on sexy high heels and hang around home depot, you'll never bump into one? Was the awesome guy your friend Deb just met the lone survivor of the Good Guy Genocide?

    Absolutely hilarious from cover to cover.

    Audiobook Comments

    --- Read by the author. She freaking nailed it. Great tone, great comedic timing. I loved the way she'd say all the funny a asides in her "attitude" voice.

    The Finer Books Club - 2018 Reading Challenge: An audiobook read by the author

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  • Jennifer

    OMG, this book was so, so good. The message was exactly what I needed to hear. So much craziness is going on in my life right now and I find myself doubting my greatness

    The point Jen Sincero makes in this self-help book is we are all great, we all have enormous potential, we all possess the power to succeed at absolutely everything we direct our energy towards, but we are also our very own obstacle. Ms. Sincero identifies common thought processes and behaviors that keep us

  • Monica Kim

    I always try to be respectful of author’s effort & work, but here’s what bothered me about this book. This is a book written by someone who obviously has read many self-help & personal-development books and decided to write a book compiling what she’s learned from others, making it her own. I know this as someone who have read fair share of books of such genre. Yes, we are all sum of everything we’ve read, but to take other’s work and not give proper credit, seems bit of a stretch.


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  • Amy

    Technically I didn't finish this book. But I read 82% of it, all the while growing more and more unimpressed, until finally I got to the point that I just had to stop. My kindle says there's 33 minutes left for me to read. But I've decided I want those 33 minutes to myself.

    This book is basically a regurgitation of all other self-help kind of writings but with a "fun and hip" tone, or something. Often this "devil may care" quality feels forced. There are some parts of this book that could be very

  • Elizabeth

    In an effort to broaden my reading horizon, I have made it a goal to read some inspirational books that will help me grow! This book was very helpful and offers some great skills and techniques to apply to your life so that you can be a BADASS!

    *I listened to this book on!

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