This is a summary of Jen Sincero's You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. The summary provides listeners with step-by-step information on how to change and fully transform both their professional and personal lives. The book takes you on a wonderful journey, leading you to awesomeness while living the life of your dreams.
Sincero will assist you in figuring out why you are who you are, shining a light on all the nooks and crannies of things keeping you back. She will then be helping you settle into the correct mental frame - the first step you need to do in order to be amazing. Lastly, you will know how to continue being awesome even when you go through obstacles and challenges in your life.
You're already a winner. You've always been one. All you need to do is realize it. The book will help you in this department. Its aim is to help you achieve your potential, ensuring you become the best person you can be in this life.
All of the things you require are within reach. You only need the right tools to access them. The book You Are a Badass gives you a chance to achieve greatness and awesomeness like never before. The only thing required of you is the courage to dive into the unknown. Set aside your fears, and stop listening to people who do nothing but pull you down. You've got only one life to live, so why not embrace all things that are good? The bottom line is that you are a badass, and it's about time you let the entire world know about it.
This summary is aimed at those who want to capture the gist of the book but don't have the current time to listen to the whole thing. You get an overview of the book with the ins and outs of how to defend yourself against everything that's preventing you from achieving your desires. Ant Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding, and leaves you with a new perspective.
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Robotic voice leaves good content flat
The author must be very disappointed that her content was read as "a big snooze". It felt like a boring textbook, which was not the intent.