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You Are Awesome: How to Navigate Change, Wrestle with Failure, and Live an Intentional Life (Book of Awesome Series, The) Hardcover – November 5, 2019
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—Mitch Albom, author of Finding Chika and The Five People You Meet In Heaven
“No one knows 'awesome' like Neil Pasricha, and here he explores how we can make our very lives more awesome. With real-life stories and a conversational style, he shows how we can move forward in the face of challenge to make our days more intentional and joyful.”
—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project and Outer Order, Inner Calm
"Neil was an incredibly quiet, shy, and curious student in my classroom over thirty years ago. I have long retired from teaching and am now watching as he becomes the teacher for me and many others. This is a guidebook for those establishing careers and raising families. But it's also for those of us in later years facing a whole new set of challenges. As always, Neil's glass is half full and his enthusiasm for living is truly infectious."
—Mrs. Stella Dorsman, Neil's third-grade teacher
“There are few things more certain in all aspects of life than set backs ! Finding the resilience to, not just cope, but take these in your stride and ultimately learn from them is a critical skill in today’s unpredictable world. Neil’s book provides an invaluable framework and toolkit. Full of practical ideas and suggestions, supported by personal anecdotes and stories that bring them to life. Neil has done it again, produced a personal, practical and universal guide to life”
— David Cheesewright, Former President and CEO, Walmart International
“Do you have thin skin like the rest of us? The tool you need is resilience. Let this deeply researched book be your step-by-step guide.”
—Susan Cain, author of Quiet
“[Pasricha's] tone is light, but his message is thought-provoking and inspiring ... Under Pasricha’s guidance, readers learn how to reframe their stories and put life in perspective, making the road to awesome not only possible but enjoyable. ”
— Candace Smith, Booklist
“A brilliant book, generous, heartfelt and true. Neil is going to help you change your life.”
—Seth Godin, author of Linchpin
“Pick up this book for its gloriously self-affirming title—after all, you are awesome!—and stay for its wise and transformative advice. Writing in his usual engaging style, Pasricha will challenge you to build resilience, get out of your own way, and pursue a life of accomplishment and meaning.”
— Daniel H. Pink, author of When, Drive, and To Sell Is Human
“I have been through struggle. I have been through loss. And I have had to get stronger. Resilience is a muscle that hurts to build. What would have made it easier? Neil’s words. This book. A recipe for thickening our skin in thin-skinned times.”
—James Frey, author of Katerina
“With Neil's signature style of humor, research, whimsy and insight, You Are Awesome touches a chord and shows us the power of combining optimism and resilience to create more meaning at work, school and home...”
—Shawn Achor, author of Big Potential
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Top international reviews
Però a parte piccole parti, non so se insegna più di tanto.. è una questione personale: una persona può essere più o meno consapevole di cosa la rende felice; io ritengo che qualcosa me l'abbia insegnata ma l'ho letto più per il piacere di leggere.
Aggiungerei in fine che però il semplice leggere il libro ti porta ad avere un mindset diverso, è come se le parole di Neil, il suo mindset, influeanzassero il lettore, quindi lo consiglio anche a chi ha bisogno di una ricarica emotiva
(Cit ad undertale: "the words of this book filled you with DETERMINATION")