If only you had more money, a different job, a bigger house, a passionate romance . . . your day-to-day would be a whole lot bett...
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If only you had more money, a different job, a bigger house, a passionate romance . . . your day-to-day would be a whole lot better, right? Blah de blah, blah, blah. Let Gary John Bishop dispel the bullsh*t you tell yourself and instead motivate you to design the life you want.
This practical workbook expands the lessons in the international bestseller Unf*ck Yourself. It is a personal workshop for your brain, where you can determine what matters to you, empowering you to move forward without the emotional baggage. Broken down into three key pillars - self, people and purpose - you will answer Bishop's curated list of life-altering questions. These questions reveal what you have suppressed or tried to minimize, the kinds of thing one might throw into their metaphorical backpack and carry around until the weight becomes too much. By doing the work, you will understand your feelings and your actions like you never have before. The exercises allow you to stop the negative chatter, improve your relationships and give you the courage to instigate positive change.
Do the Work is the nudge (or more like the kick in the ass) you need to get out of your rut.
Gary John Bishop
Zusammenfassung 'A deft, frequently dramatic tour'Nature'A wonderfully clear and readable book . . . Gives a splendid overview of our Sun's planetary system, including its history and exploration'Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell*We have the impression that the solar system is perfectly regular like a clock, or a planetarium instrument. On a short timescale it is. But, seen in a longer perspective, the planets, and their satellites, have exciting lives, full of events - for example, did you know that Saturn's moon, Titan, boasts lakes which contain liquid methane surrounded by soaring hills and valleys, exactly as the earth did before life evolved on our fragile planet? Or that Mercury is the shyest planet? Or, that Mars' biggest volcano is 100 times the size of Earth's, or that its biggest canyon is 10 times the depth of the Grand Canyon, or that it wasn't always red, but blue? The culmination of a lifetime of astronomy and wonder, Paul Murdin's enchanting new book reveals everything you ever wanted to know about the planets, their satellites, and our place in the solar system.
Do the Work
The Official Unrepentant, Ass-Kicking, No-Kidding, Change-Your-Life Sidekick to Unf*ck Yourself