Okay, so I did say that I would do a blog post on this book, so here I am! I’m very excited to talk about this book, because it is truly motivational and inspiring. The author, Jen Sincero, puts your booty into gear and tell it how it is. Jen puts up with no crap and she tells you exactly what the title says-how to stop doubting yourself and start living an awesome life.
Jen Sincero gives you all the tips there are. When I was reading this book, I tried to soak in every single word. The words are powerful and they are written with purpose-just like how you should be living your life with purpose.
The overall theme of this book is to LOVE YOURSELF. You only have one life, so why waste it? Start living the life you’ve always dreamed of, turn off the TV and go explore the world, and stop putting things off. There’s so much you can do in one life, so don’t take anything for granted. Loving yourself is so important, because there’s only one you and you should treat yourself kindly and be confident with who you are.
Here are some of my favorite quotes that I wrote down, and I’ll link Jen Sincero’s website and a place to buy the book down below:
“It was about no longer being the kind of person who takes what she can get, and finally becoming the kind of person who creates exactly what she wants.”
“Be your best, do your best, demand the best, expect the best, receive the best, and put your best out into the world so everyone can receive your best, too.”
“You can change your entire reality on a dime if you want to badly enough or massively increase your income level or drop ten pounds or begin waking up excited to be who you are… whatever level of upgrade you want, it’s available to you, right now. You just have to decide to make it happen, to be engaged with your life and let the Universe work for you.”
“The key word is believe-you can’t be shitting bricks and charging more than you believe you’re worth and expect to receive it, and you can’t charge less than you believe you’re worth and expect to flourish because you’ll be pissed off.”
“The things that bother us about other people bother us because they remind us of something we don’t like about ourselves.”
“The people you surround yourself with are excellent mirrors for who you are and how much, or how little you love yourself.”