Book Review…a MUST READ! (The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck)

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I am not into self-help, feel good-about-myself books.  Tony Robbins?  No thank you.  I believe most self help “gurus” and life coaches are full of shit.  Having said that, I noticed a recent bestseller that caught my eye.  I purchased it, read it, highlighted it throughout, and I highly recommend it.  “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck” is a masterpiece!  The author, Mark Manson is clever, he’s potty-mouthed and he’s not a prick!  He and I are in agreement about the aforementioned gurus and “coaches.”

This is not your typical self-help book, I wouldn’t even categorize it that way.  It’s a book about improving your life by not sweating the small stuff (his words, “Give a fuck about the things that matter), taking full responsibility for your problems, etc. He discusses entitled people and he hits a grand-slam home run!  I don’t want to give anything away because everyone needs to read this book, whether the paperback or the kindle version (links are below, at bottom of page).  I originally purchased the $2.99 Kindle version.  I found the book so useful that I purchased four paperback copies (for $12.00 ea.) to give to my wife and all of my kids.  I’ve made it mandatory reading in my household, book reports are required!   I don’t go ape-shit over products very often and I wouldn’t waste my time writing this book recommendation if I didn’t feel it was important.  Read the book.  I do receive a tiny commission if you purchase directly from my links provided, so what.  If this bothers you, then borrow a copy from your local library.  I want everyone to read the book regardless of where you obtain it.  The book is that damn good….

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2 thoughts on “Book Review…a MUST READ! (The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck)

  1. Ordered off Amazon two weeks ago and finished a couple of a days later.

    Everyone should read through at least once in their life.

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks for the comment. You know something; I recommend this book to at least two folks per day.

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