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You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life 1 Edition
Contributor(s): Sincero, Jen

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ISBN: 0762447699     ISBN-13: 9780762447695
Publisher: Running Pr Book Pub
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Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: April 2013
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Annotation: Offers a blunt and irreverent guide to achieving the money, relationships, career, and happiness that one desires through recognizing and doing away with self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors.
Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Self-help techniques.
Self-actualization (Psychology).
BISAC Categories:
- Self-help | Personal Growth
Dewey: 158.1
LCCN: 2013932303
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 8.50" H x 5.75" W x 0.75" (0.54 lbs) 254 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Jen Sincero is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and success coach who has helped countless people transform their personal and professional lives via her newsletters, products, seminars, public appearances, and books. A few years ago, Jen said goodbye to her home in California in order to travel the world indefinitely and encourages as many people as possible to live lives of unbridled awesomeness. You can find out more, and sign up for her newsletter at jensincero.com.


Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 2013 May #3)

Sincero (Don't Sleep With Your Drummer) brings a fun, feminine verve to now well-tread self-help tropes, offering a promising new title in the genre that's not as completely irreverent as it sounds. The system Sincero outlines is a specific way of thinking about reality: imagining the not-yet-reality into the present. She includes important messages about forgiveness, personal power, gratitude, meditation, and learning from experience, alongside fear-banishing techniques. Original exercises, such as writing a letter to money, and ways to identify false beliefs abound with clever turns of phrase and chapter ti-tles like "Your Brain Is Your Bitch", "Present as a Pigeon", "Lead with Your Crotch", and "Doing vs. Spewing". Sincero writes with candor about her own struggles, heightening the message's accessibil-ity, particularly among a younger set. In essence: the vast, unknowable universe will give us every-thing we desire enough to envision, but laziness and doubt are banned. The tone is far more feisty than academic, and there's humor on every page, all of which is exactly what her intended audience most needs. (May)

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Reviewed by PW Annex Reviews (Publishers Weekly Annex Reviews)

Sincero (Don't Sleep With Your Drummer) brings a fun, feminine verve to now well-tread self-help tropes, offering a promising new title in the genre that's not as completely irreverent as it sounds. The system Sincero outlines is a specific way of thinking about reality: imagining the not-yet-reality into the present. She includes important messages about forgiveness, personal power, gratitude, meditation, and learning from experience, alongside fear-banishing techniques. Original exercises, such as writing a letter to money, and ways to identify false beliefs abound with clever turns of phrase and chapter ti-tles like "Your Brain Is Your Bitch", "Present as a Pigeon", "Lead with Your Crotch", and "Doing vs. Spewing". Sincero writes with candor about her own struggles, heightening the message's accessibil-ity, particularly among a younger set. In essence: the vast, unknowable universe will give us every-thing we desire enough to envision, but laziness and doubt are banned. The tone is far more feisty than academic, and there's humor on every page, all of which is exactly what her intended audience most needs. (May)

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