[ [Livres] The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck (Smiths UK): A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life ] Par Mark Manson – healthymealss.us
Ll actually that s true it DID change my life Here s a very long review which I feel needs to be addressed as many people don t know what the book is about give it a 1 star rating and shrug it off as a money grab scheme using foul language as a means to bait audiences Which I honestly first thought it was I have to admit I wasn t convinced ignorant you could say of all these self help books people lavish over I honestly thought it was #A Load Of Hippy # load of hippy as a means to make a uick buck Although after a bout of depression last year yea the D word get s thrown around alot these days I myself was seeking out therapy I was recommended this author and discovered this book After asking myself If this doesn t work I ll just try something lse I figured I had nothing to loseAnd WOW This book really changed my perspective on things and ultimately I feel much better and improved "Not 100% but I m getting there slowlyAs you could tell from "100% but I m getting there slowlyAs you could tell from title the author isn t shy of using profanity and I like this I ve read other self help books and while they re good and all Mark Manson really ngages you on a personal level Imagine going to the doctor and he s been all professional but a tad boring and nearly sends you to sleep Now imagine the same doctor taking you to the bar having a pint and a laugh but telling you the same advice Who would you connect with better Yea I thought soControversial title aside the book isn t about just not giving a damn but about focusing WHAT to not give a damn about Stop getting stressed about by what the media and others want us to be not getting worked up by social media stuff like that Instead focus *THE DAMNS ON THE IMPORTANT STUFF *damns on the important stuff friends your well beingThe book does take a while to pick up with the arly chapters focusing on Shadow Scale (Seraphina, examples of people who you may or may not relate to orven care about It can start to drag on but Claim The Crown eventually Mr Manson really dives into the meat of the book and asks yourself to challenge your beliefs Knowing that you re not always right all the time Not denying your own flaws by redirecting the blame onto other people when challenged many people are guilty of this Acknowledging you re not perfect and rolling with it Realising yourmotions and problems aren t Nerds exclusive nearlyveryone in the world will have In the Shadow of the Crown (Queens of England, experienced what you felt at some point in their livesReal stuff that actually helps you come to terms with yourself and not inflating yourgo or doing some tantric yoga Bark exercises to unlock your inner chi circles Real stuffI consider this book my bible I read certain partsvery now and then to maintain my self improvement it gives me solace during times where I m feeling down and I harrass my Instagram followers by posting snippets of the pages I ve On Such a Full Sea even brought several copies for friends who were going through a rough time TLDR this book helped me out connects with you on an unconventional level and ultimately offers brilliant advice that helps improve yourself and hopefully others around you Highly recommendedPS It s a MASSIVE shame that certain individuals refuse to fully read the book due to liberal use of the F word I d say that s the whole point letting go of your I mntitled so I m offended beliefs and challenging yourself to overcome this personal stigma to improve your outlook on life Five stars for content one for style There s a fad at the moment that says any book in the self help genre has to have a catchy phrase and that it must be repeated ad nauseum presumably to prove the value of the phrase This book falls into that particular trap and in the Hello, Hippo! Goodbye, Bird! end it just feels like you re being tortured by repetition Trust me there s nothing subtle about it It s a shame there are important things to read here but the overuse of particular words and phrases is both tedious and mind numbing A broader vocabulary and a less aggressive style would improve matters immeasurably. You by the shoulders and look you in theye moment of real talk filled with ntertaining stories and profane ruthless humor The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fk is a refreshing slap for a generation to help them lead contented grounded live. .
Mark Manson ✓ 6 review.
Save yourself some money and time The only valuable lesson in this book is figure out the things that really matter and not waste your timeenergy getting upset about things that don t There done Now you don t have to listen to a drunk dude rant about his xplanation of buddhism and why he s so awesome Sorry not sorry *but not a fan This book is pretty much written by a person who had crisis in their life *not a fan This book is pretty much written by a person who had crisis in their life many do and wrote a whole book of life advice based on their single Mastered (The Enforcers, experience This book seems to be heavily influenced by taking what Mark learned from his therapist based on his personal issues and transforming that into a set of principles that will somehow act as a cure all forveryone Man, Son of Man else s situationswith the word FCK added to be cool This is pretty much a fad that willventually fade away Definitely not one of the long standing classics Good job to this guy for getting paid on it though I d get my money back if I couldHere are the parts that stick out to me in particular1 The writing isn t that great He drops the f bomb here and there
for mphasis which is attention getting But if you re adding the f bomb to writingemphasis which is attention getting But if you re adding the f bomb to writing is not well developedwell you re just mphasizing poor writing Personally I m not a prude and have no issues with the word I just didn t think it was ffective in this case2 This book is not inspirational and there is nothing profound in here that most people don t already learn on their own from life itself when transitioning from late teen years to arly adulthood Waste of time3 There are many claims about what psychologists and other Uncommon Wisdom experts believe A lot of Research shows but there are no citations Ummm what How do we know what Mark summarizes is indeed what research shows Where is the foundation on which the proof points of this book is writtenSometime in the 1960s developing high selfsteem having positive thoughts and feelings about oneself became all the rage in psychology Research found that people who thought highly about themselves generally performed better and cause d fewer problemsGrade inflation for xample was implemented to make low achieving kids feel betterPastors and minsters
told their congregations that they were ach uniuely special in God s yesBusinesses and motivational seminarstheir congregations that they were ach uniuely special in God s God Is in the Crowd eyesBusinesses and motivational seminars up chanting the same paradoxical mantravery single one uf us can be Attracting Songbirds to Your Backyard exceptional and massively successful Really How about anxample or citation of where this was pulled togetherNumerous professors and The Matriarchs (The Family educators have noted a lack ofmotional resilience and and Notes for the Everlost excess of selfish demands in today s young peopleSpeakers and professors are shouted down and banned from campuses for infractions as simple as suggesting that maybe some Halloween costumes really aren t that offensive Schools counselors note that students thanver are When I Moan (Vassi and Seri 1: Russian Stepbrother Romance) exhibiting severe signs ofmotional distress Ok Who Where What When and where are these things happening Where are the studies No Biggy! examples news references Where is this guy pulling all of this from My goodness a 5th grader could write a complete currentvent report than the content of this Crush It! entire book The acknowledgements state To Michael Covell for being my intellectual stress testspecially when it comes to understanding psychological research and for always challenging me on my assumptions Well good job for trying MichaelBrilliant business people are often fckups in their personal lives Extraordinary athletes are often shallow and dumb as a lobotomized rock Many celebrities are probably just as clueless about life as the people who gawk at them and follow their Attracting Birds to Your Backyard every WOW Stereotype much This book is a game changer It makes you think in a way you never have Must read for people who think they are depressed something is wrong with me why me type of uestions Trust me there is nothing wrong with you anye opener for me truly Just order it already A great read A Once we mbrace our fears faults and uncertainties once we stop running and avoiding and start confronting painful truths we can begin to find the courage perseverance honesty responsibility curiosity and forgiveness we seek There are onl. Ery ntertaining romp through philosophical thought by a skilled wordsmith but I would say the age cut off for this book is 50 Beyond 50 you ve probably already learned most of the lessons in this book the hard way however I can see where it can be Bird-by-Bird Gardening extremely helpful for a generation that spends most of its waking hours posting narcissistic selfies on their iphones Manson gives you the blueprints to get your head out of your ass or out of your phone take a hard look at yourself and the real world around you and shed many of the illusions you ve been slowly poisoning your life with If you re a millennial orven a disenchanted X gen pick up this book It will give you at least a healthy point *of view But if you re over 50 you re not going to *view But if you re over 50 you re not going to anything new in here The Works of Saint Augustine exceptntertainment I ve never been disappointed by a book The constant generalizations The pretentious tone of it all The lack of any substance Heres a synopsis privileged guy uses his atypical life Unbuttoning the CEO (The Suits Undone experience to tell you to care less about certain things and care about other things you already know you should care about Don t waste your time or money Annoyed that I spent gift voucher money on this very anecdotal subjective no references just purely blog dross No scientific backing just millennial hipster junk really Really disappointed Overrated Didn t like it much There were times I felt the author is contradicting himself In the first few pages he tries hard to convey the message that you are plain average but towards thend of the book he conveys the opposite that you are special It is different from other self help books in the way that it doesn t glorify you as someone who is uniue and one of a kind He says that feeling My Teacher Is a Robot entitled is the reason why people care about unimportant things the way they do So don t get confused by the title like I did thentire book is about how to not take yourself so seriouslyPS If you are looking to feel good this might not be your cup of tea Do you know that feeling you get when it s last call at the club the lights come on and you get a chance to really look at that person you were dancing with and it s not a pleasant sight and you want to get away as soon as possibleThat s kinda how this book made me feel The clever title like the low lights in a bar masks the fact that this book offers no real substance while the author simply brags about his good fortune in life A few chapters in the lights come on and you just feel kinda ickyI m
"upset this pos "this pos any of my money I ve read uite a few self help books in the last 30 or so years always curious to see what the writers have to contribute I went in with an open mind but could barely finish this book While there were some good points made Supper Club early on such as we should concentrate on things that matter like family and friends there was little substance in about 150 pages of this 200 page book Mr Manson describes in detail the thoughts of several deceased persons from Beatles drummer Pete Best to a WWII Japanese soldier but does not reference the sources of his information He theorizes that many of women s accusations of sexual misconduct by men are false memories and that men have been harmed in the process without recognizing the impact of this very real phenomenon of sexual misconduct on our culture Regarding his account of how sometimes his wife doesn t look great and he suggests she change her clotheshairstylejust wow We ll see how that works out when she attains some confidenceI have to think that his wildly popular blog is followed primarily by readers much younger than Mr Manson When his followers mature I think the writer would be well suited for a job in searchngine optimization He has figured out that the most commonly searched word is f ckUnfortunately I bought a hard copy of the book will likely just throw in the trash What s that A book changed my life Nonsense We. Y so many things we can give a fk about so we need to figure out which ones really matter Manson makes clear While money is nice caring about what you do with your life is better because true wealth is about xperience A much needed grab.