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The Underachiever's Manifesto: The Guide to Accomplishing Little and Feeling Great Hardcover – April 27, 2006
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This was enlightenment, illumination, radiance, clarification of the highest order. Unlike reading scripture where God is chasing me down with a scepter, beating me over my backsliding head like an abandoned shame prognosticator, I was instead elevated above my inner stepchild. I was exculpated and found not wanting.
This lilliputian read contains Oceans, literal Worlds of wisdom not to be found in even the most enormous of behavioral, social, psychological and instructional volumes of scientific theoretic vomit that consumes the market.
Commit yourself to drop the measly few bucks you normally waste in the health food isle to this little gift from the inspiration of the The Creator.
Dr. Bennett knows his fecal matter. He knows just where you went wrong and how you need to deal with your inner over-tight sphincter.
It was and continues to be--good enough, even for the overachiever who thinks they isn't.
"The tallest blade of grass is the surest to be cut!" Words to remember when security is walking you out to the parking lot with a cardboard box of our desk belongs! READ THIS BOOK AND PASS IT ON!
It's a great book to sit down and read, give as a gift, or keep on the coffee table for friends to flip through. It's legitimate material in a funny package.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Before reading this book, I'd write a long and detailed review about it. Now, just saying that this book is fantastic and it completely changed my life for the better is more than... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Den
Worthy of pondering. . . The author makes a humorous but valid point about the hazards of overwork and the counter benefits of rest and relaxation.Published 4 months ago by Nashvilleneighbor
Very quick read, but quite interesting. Obviously some folks' egos will make his recommendations very hard to accept.Published 8 months ago by Daniel Lurie
It's a good coffee table book or coaster. Mostly it's misguided. Read for yourself though. It was somewhat enjoyable in my humble opinion.Published 9 months ago by Joe Finstrom
This book is a delightful read and oddly very reassuring if you are like me- a perfectionist perpetually dissatisfied with myself for not being perfect. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Fangirl
I thought I wanted to save the world, then I read this book and it saved me from worrying about The World.
A great read, but a little short! I've been living for years the way the author suggests, and I can attest to the verity of his words. A lot of wisdom in a little book!Published 12 months ago by Whereeverugothereuare