This is very much style (and a super promising title) over substance. It may carry 15 mins of core wisdoms, ruthlessly drawn out with anecdotal stories ... Stories that failed to connect me to the author in any way and that and led me to the conclusion that they might well be a life-long narcissist (of one kind or another). Readers of self help-books might easily be dismissed as being unreliable, skewed, or perhaps over-needy. But pseudo wisdom has a certain unmistakable smell and this is a pungent read ...
Good listen for a 5 hour road trip!
A great book. New ways to deal with everyday life. Highly recommended.
Honest, poignant and frank.
Great inside and narrator perfect speed
I\'m giving a few less f*cks and it feels good;)
it was very truthful and brutally honest i loved it
Provides a brilliant alternate perspective into how, and why, to be happy. Loved it.
There were some good takeaways and I actually was riveted by his ending story and I now recognize that giving a f***about everything means you (yourself) can’t possibly give a f*** about a lot of things successfully. I found that I kept getting annoyed by his f*ing storytelling and redundancy of his use of the word f*ing which, I guess was used as a literary tool. So it is somewhat f*ing good.
this is a great audiobook the words are so true
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