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Shut Your Monkey: How to Control Your Inner Critic and Get More Done Paperback – March 15, 2016
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"It's well written, totally relatable...and it really puts out a message that empowers you to give everything your all rather than listen to that Monkey in your brain that's getting in your way.... I found that this book did an absolutely wonderful job of being both informative and understanding in its message." --The Tipsy Writer
"Refreshing... Gregory writes in a no-nonsense, straightforward tone that sets it apart from books that coddle you through the truth. If you're willing to put in the work, then Shut Your Monkey can change your life. So keep a copy wherever you do your most creative work. It'll be there when you need it." --Superhero You
From the Author
In my new book, I explore the impact that voice has on your work, your life and your happiness. I explain its origins and discuss various strategies for keeping the inner critic at bay. And finally I take you through a strategy to not only quiet the voice but liberate yourself so you can do the work you were born to do, the work that will define your life and help the world.
Shut Your Monkey is based on 30 years of experience as a creative professional and the input of hundreds of other people whose lives have been impacted by the voice in their heads.
This funny, wise book will help you fight back and finally achieve your best.
Top customer reviews
No real advice, several anecdotes about people who quit their jobs/school/etc or whatever it was that brought them negativity and became hugely successful. However he doesn't tell you how they achieved this.
Also the monkey face drawn on numerous vintage photos was just weird and pointless.
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What I needed.