You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life - reflective Review
I just finished reading you are a bad-ass and wanted to write a reflective review right away explaining why i absolutely love this book. Now, i'm fully aware that most people look at self-help books as a bunch of positive words that are easier said than done and they keep going on an on about positive thinking and law of attraction. I don't blame you because reality doesn't work that way, or maybe we are conditioned to look at life from a complicated mindset. Also, I know if you are someone who is stuck in a negative mindset and beliefs about yourself that have caused you to get cynical and get defensive when people say it's all about positive mindset, you might have a hard time flipping through these pages, but let me tell you. all you need is patience and an open mind to take what's good and leave the non-sense. I tend to think that reading these books will get me no where if i don't take actions, but as i took actions while i read those books is when the magic started to happen. The only thing i needed to get through and to accept from what the author was saying is knowing who divine power is to me. I'm someone who believes in God, so while the writer referred to the higher power as universe, in my head i was thinking of God. Aside from that, i have witnessed what positive thinking can do to you. Here is a mini example. when i was a recent College graduate of social service work and instead of sticking my head in a low paid dental assistant job i ended up getting myself a GYM membership while I told myself that a job related to my field of studies was going to knock my door anytime while I applied to these jobs non-stop. I ended up getting the job offer as a youth settlement worker two months after graduation after a workout session. So if you want to feel like a bad-ass that you already are, then pick up this book and read it with an open mind then slowly apply it to your life.
peace, love and laughter,