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Summary, Analysis & Review of Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Instaread

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by blogger Mark Manson is a candid self-help guide for anyone who needs a dose of inspired but realistic perspective on their path of self-development. Manson’s personal experience in self-improvement is the cornerstone of his philosophy. He argues that people should learn to care less—or in his parlance, give fewer fucks—about things in life that don’t really matter, such as material possessions or other people’s opinions, and to care more about the priorities that do matter, such as solid relationships and finding genuine happiness.
According to most self-help literature, maintaining a positive outlook is paramount. Yet often, when people try to look only at the bright side of situations, they ignore reality. This denial creates more problems because it keeps people from responding effectively to the less than savory aspects of their character and the more challenging parts of their…

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Overview of the Book
Important People
Key Takeaways
Analysis of Key Takeaways

About the Author

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21 printed pages
Original publication
2019
Publication year
2019
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    Despite people telling her that she was too young and inexperienced to be an executive coach, she and her business, Aspire, both thrived. Collins says, “I highly recommend losing at least one job in your life because it gives you awareness and an aliveness you don’t get when you have the same job for life.” [15] Today, when Collins encounters failure, she puts it in a long-term perspective: if she is persistent and tries to learn from her mistakes, she believes, then her work will eventually pay off.
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