You Are a Badass
Bestselling author, speaker, and success coach Jen Sincero cuts through the din of the self-help genre with her own verbal meat cleaver. Full of blunt humor, sage advice, and the occasional swear word, You are a Badass offers its readers new opportunities for growth through 35 chapters of exercises, suggestions, and hilariously inspiring stories.

From "Fear is for Suckers" to "Your Brain is Your Bitch" these chapters provide enlightening lessons: How to stop doubting your greatness, how to love what you don't love about yourself, and how to tap into source energy to live a bigger life than you've ever imagined.

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  • Sarah
    Aug 12, 2016


    From time to time, I find it is helpful to listen to a self help book for a check in with myself. I find it is helpful to review my habits, where I am, where I want to be and find some fresh ideas and approaches. I am happy with my life, but I must tend my happiness and attitudes.I rea...

  • Christopher Matthias
    Jul 22, 2016

    Christopher Matthias

    I normally don't go too far into the self-help section of the bookstore. In the case of this book, I am glad that I did. While there's a little bit of woo to it, "You are a Badass" is a lot of practical affirmation and good advice.Something that I normally avoid in self-help is anythin...

  • Kascia
    Jul 17, 2016


    I don't read many self-help books, but this book was good enough to encourage me to make some decisions and take action. It was humorous, plus the method/coaching she talked about was realistic and doable throughout. Shifting to a positive perspective (why not? and what's the worst cas...

  • Jenn Wells
    Jul 8, 2016

    Jenn Wells

    I really, really liked this and it gave me a few different ways to think about my current goals. I think the only thing I'm struggling with is the manifesting stuff. I can believe that I can change stuff by choosing to believe I'm capable of it, but choosing to believe the universe wil...

  • Beth
    Jun 16, 2016


    I couldn't finish this book, I'm sure it will work well for many people but it's just not for me. The 'source energy' lark was a real turn off and there was too many cosmic/universe references. I liked the part about living in the moment, a valid point, but that is probably the only th...

  • Mary
    Jun 11, 2016


    meh, I don't think I've read a book from this genre before but the genre was listed on my reading challenge I'm doing for 2016 and this title called my name. To be honest this book was entertaining at times and it was like getting a pep talk from a close friend in how it was written. B...

  • Jennifer Rayment
    Jun 6, 2016

    Jennifer Rayment

    The Good StuffTruly inspirational without being hokey or in your face religiousThe opening paragraph hooked me in right away, because, not going to lie, I felt the same way about self-help booksFelt like she was talking right to me on many occasions, like the fact about running away fr...

  • Lil
    May 21, 2016


    I'm a sucker for a peppy self help book. There's nothing new here, but it's quick and a good pick me up. Basically, The Secret via a sassy coach. I don't mean that in a snarky way. My take on self help and diet books is similar...just because it's been done before doesn't mean it's not...

  • Heidi
    Apr 26, 2016


    At first I really liked this book. I laughed my ass off. I kept thinking, "yes! That's exactly what I do!" But then...the book kinda started going down the same old self help book road. Still there were some funny bits, but there was nothing new or earth shattering. And then there was ...

  • Joana
    Apr 11, 2016


    I really really really loved this book. I listened to the audio (narrated by the author) and I totally recommend doing that! She is funny and great!The book in and of itself is fantastic. I took a lot of notes and there are so many interesting and important principles to be taken from ...