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Get Your Sh*t Together: How to Stop Worrying About What You Should Do So You Can Finish What You Need to Do and Start Doing What You Want to Do (A No F*cks Given Guide) Hardcover – December 27, 2016
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"We've all been there before: using self-sabotage and poor excuses to delay accomplishments is an easy way to screw our future selves. If that sounds like you, then Get Your Sh*t Together is the book you need to unf*ck yourself. As you may have guessed, this book is a genius guide to getting out of your own way in order to finally get your sh*t together. Unlike most self-help books, this one is written with a brutal honesty that truly resonates to the core. Since the content is both witty and frank, it's a great book for anyone in dire straits but finds motivational books too self-indulgent. This book is more like getting a stern, inspiring lecture from Parks and Rec's Leslie--and we could all use something like that in our lives. Fortunately, with this book, you can achieve greatness without the thoughtful b.s."―Bustle
"Genius... Get Your Sh*t Together is more of Knight's special brand of anti-self-help self-help, peppered with profanity and witty pop culture references. But this time, she focuses on tactically organizing your life and...wading through the sea of everyday sh*t you have to do and finally prioritizing the things you actually want to do."―Vogue
"Knight addresses such topics as ways to manage anxiety, turning negative thinking positive and tackling self-sabotage with wry, chuckle-worthy humor and a practicality that will appeal to those who prefer to dip their toe in the transforming your life pond rather than jumping in naked."―Shelf Awareness
"[Get Your Sh*t Together] helped me stop psyching myself out and showed me how to break tasks up into small, manageable chunks... This one really helped set my tone for 2017. If you feel upside down and like you're being tossed around with no sense of direction, GYST is the slap in the face you need to wake up and realize, you can do this (with the action plan to actually do it)."―PopSugar
"Just what 2017 needs. Try it to make this year's resolutions stick."―Red
"Life-affirming... This no-holds-barred book has your back."―SheerLuxe
"A must-buy."―The Debrief
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My first reaction was to yell "don't tell me what to do!" and clutch my boozy sippy cup to my chest. But the subtitle won me over. I *do* kinda wanna do stuff...
I read the first 100 pages before I got to my parents' house. That sh*t sounded easy. I have that sh*t together. I love my job, my emails are brief, I know how long it takes me to shower and shave (8-12 minutes, depending on my vertical cut-off point).
That night, I tore into the tough sh*t. And let me tell you, it is some tough sh*t. Money? Relationships? Achk. DONT MAKE ME DO THIS, SARAH. But I kept reading. Because, c'mon. You spent $20 dollars on this thing. It's just a book. Who raised you?
So I stayed up until about 3:00 am. Most of that spent reading, but at least an hour spent staring at the ceiling fan and thinking about page 160.
I finished the book on my flight back to my current "home" this morning. Between the time spent with my family and reading this book, this weekend has been life changing. I am going into the next few weeks knowing that I can get sh*t done, as long as I break it down into manageable pieces. Step, by step. Moving toward what's best for me, so I can finally get my sh*t together.
-Alvin (with a strong Simon rising)
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