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How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life Hardcover – March 28, 2017
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“Singh segues from her inspirational and uber-watched YouTube videos to essays on how to become a bawse, that is, a supremely self-confident person. She’s been named one of Time’s 2016 ‘30 Most Influential People on the Internet,’ Variety’s ‘10 Comics To Watch for 2016,’ Forbes’s ‘30 Under 30,’ Vogue’s ‘8 YouTube Stars That Are Taking Over the World,’ and more.”—Library Journal
“Lilly is a bona fide #girlboss, boss, and bawse. Her meteoric rise has come with so many incredible lessons that we are all lucky to have access to. This book is a must-have for the hustler in all of us.”—Sophia Amoruso, founder and CEO, Girlboss
About the Author
Lilly Singh (aka ||Superwoman||) is a multifaceted entertainer. She has found worldwide fame through her comedic and inspirational YouTube videos, amassing more than ten million subscribers. She has appeared in the feature films Ice Age: Collision Course and Bad Moms, and in 2016 she starred in and produced her own feature-length film, A Trip to Unicorn Island. As a role model for women and girls around the globe, Singh created her #GirlLove initiative to break the cycle of girl-on-girl hate and fight for gender equality.
Singh was named to Forbes’s 2016 30 Under 30: Hollywood & Entertainment and Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business 2016 lists. She has appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and has been featured in Entertainment Weekly, People, Elle Canada, Seventeen, Vogue India, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, among others. A successful entrepreneur, Singh released her own signature lipstick, called Bawse, with Smashbox and has also partnered with Coca-Cola.
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I found Lilly Singh through violinist Lindsey Stirling. Rather, fellow fans kept mentioning her so I finally looked her up. I honestly didn't really know who she was until shortly before VidCon 2016. What touched me about Lilly Singh is that she is the same person off camera as she is on camera. She was launching her new GirlLove social project, and was so excited I thought she was going to go crowd surfing. Miss Singh is a hard working, and passionate individual spreading a positive message of strength for all genders and ages. HTBAB is a tool of outreach to those who want to better themselves both personally and professionally. It is only because I saw the consistency between online and offline integrity that I pre-ordered this book. When you look beyond the sets, the celebrities, the makeup, Lilly Singh is a woman who is out to make thigns happen for herself and the world united. Buy this book. You can't afford not to.
When I received my book I sat down with some ice cream, my cat, and my softest blanket and read the whole thing in one sitting. Every single chapter managed to motivate me in new ways and bring to light a lot of my personal issues and roadblocks. Thanks to this book I now have a new understanding of life and how it should be tackled, no, conquered.
Before I was unmotivated and lazy, but now I've enrolled in college despite the fear of debt and failure and I'm finally going to learn to drive.
Lilly wrote this book in a refreshingly real way. She didn't bull anyone with fancy saying and hopes and dreams. She gave solid real world advice that won't disappoint you. She was blunt and honest and told it how it is. That means so much more to me than some flowery phrase about hopes and dreams. The book made everything seem more in reach while keeping things realistic.
Thank you so much Lilly. You probably saved me.
I did not know anything about Lilly's work before picking up this book. I heard about this book through Lilly when she was on the Chelsea Handler show.