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7 months ago

Hello mga ka How's your day?Have you read this book called " The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck" by Mark Marson? To be honest, this is the first book I've finished in less than a month, as I normally read a book for more than a month to finish it due to schoolwork. Today I felt compelled to write because I'm currently bored.

Here are 11 lesson that I have learned from the book

1) Life isn't supposed to go your way all of the time, and that's perfectly fine.

"When we give too many f*cks, when we choose to give a f*ck about everything, we believe we have the right to be comfortable and happy at all times, and that's when life f*cks us."

2) Choose your battles carefully. Put your energy where it counts.

"Maturity is when you learn to only give a f*ck about the things that are truly f*ck-worthy."

3) Overdoing it is the same as not doing anything at all.

"What we choose to reject defines us." And if we don't reject anything, we have no identity at all."

4) Failure is an unavoidable part of life. Failure is a necessary part of the learning and growth process.

"Imagine a small toddler learning to walk. That child will fall down and injure himself hundreds of times." But that child never thinks to himself, 'Oh, well, I guess walking isn't for me.' 'I'm not very good at it,' she says.

5) And that your greatest enemy is your fear of failing.

"We can only be truly successful if we are willing to fail at something." We are unwilling to succeed if we are unwilling to fail."

6) You'll never truly "discover yourself" since who you are will alter continually, which is a good thing.

"I advise you not to look for yourself. Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever Because that is what motivates you to keep trying and learning new things. It also forces you to be modest in your judgments and accept other people's differences."

7) Every "problem" does not have to be a bad thing.

"Don't expect a life free of challenges. There isn't anything like it. Rather, wish for a life filled with positive issues."

8) Once you've mastered one skill, set your sights on mastering another. And then there was another. And then there was another.

"People who achieve greatness in anything do so because they recognize that they aren't already great - that they are mediocre, ordinary – and that they might be so much better."

9) It's important to take a break from time to time and be happy with what you have.

"The more you try to feel better all of the time, the less content you get, since seeking something simply confirms that you don't have it in the first place."

10) And that caring less will only benefit you in the long run.

"In a nutshell, this is what'self-improvement' is all about: prioritizing better values and picking better things to care about. Because you get better difficulties when you offer better f*cks."

Is the subtle art of not giving AFA good book?

I would strongly suggest this book to anyone who enjoys reading'self-help' books. This one will just reaffirm a couple of the ideas you've learned thus far, but from a slightly different perspective. People who aren't interested in reading'self-help' books won't be interested in this one. If I had to give this book a rating, it would be a 10/10.

If you want to purchase this book here's the link where I got mine

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