Unfu*k Yourself



Unfu*k Yourself Have you ever felt like a hamster on a wheel, furiously churning your way through life but somehow going nowhere It seems like there s a barrage of information surrounding us in our everyday lives with the keys to this thing or that thing, be it wealth, success, happiness or purpose The truth is, most of it fails to capture what it truly takes to overcome our greatest barrier to a greater life ourselves What if everything you ever wanted resided in you like a well of potential, waiting to be expressed Unfu k Yourself is the handbook for the resigned and defeated, a manifesto for real life change and unleashing your own greatness. Free Download [ Unfu*k Yourself ] by [ Gary John Bishop ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 221 pages
  • Unfu*k Yourself
  • Gary John Bishop
  • English
  • 21 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Unfu*k Yourself

  1. Skyler Autumn says:

    3.5 Stars Should I read into the fact my mom gifted me with this book Gary John Bishop embraces his Scottish decent in his no nonsense, get your shit together diatribe in the astutely titled self help book UnF ck Yourself The book is broken into seven personal assertions that are labelled and then thoroughly broken down and explained in repetitive detail.I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept 3.5 Stars Should I read into the fact my mom gifted me with this book Gary John Bish...

  2. Emma Sea says:

    Quite liked this Straight talking, no bullshit, easy language, and a fast read Bishop details seven personal assertions to live your life by I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept everythingLaying it out like this make it sound like it s new agey affirmation, staring into the mirror and repeating I got this, but it really isn t Rather it s Bishop telling you to pull your fucking finger out Quite liked this Straight talking, no bullshit, easy language, and a fast read Bishop details seven personal assertions to live your life by I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept everythingLaying it out like this make it sound like it s new agey affirmation, staring into the mirror and rep...

  3. Fernando Gros says:

    Despite an eye catching title and the promise of edgy, life changing advice, this little self help book really doesn t deliver Recycled ideas we ve heard before, like imagine the life you want the set steps to get there, or lower your expectations to live happily in the moment aren t even the worst of it This book assumes the reader is wealthy and has total agency in their life If you are disabled, ill, or have experienced abuse, or institutional marginalisation this book has nothing for you Despite an eye catching title and the promise of edgy, life changing advice, this little self help book really doesn t deliver Recycled ideas we ve heard before, like imagine the life you want the set ...

  4. ScienceOfSuccess says:

    Gary s book is short and simple If you are looking for a change in your life, you will love it Check my animated review here bit.ly UnfkYourself

  5. Cindy says:

    I quite like this book It s a different approach and a kick in the butt to get you out of a rut One of the most important bits to take away is that we are not our thoughts but we are what we do Bishop insists that we need to act, even if we don t feel like it When we choose not to act, we need to face the fact that we re not willing Inaction is, in effect, action and can be debilitating and have a domino...

  6. Michael says:

    I listened to this on Audible, where Gary John Bishop s Scottish accent adds priceless enthusiasm and flavor to the material.The material for that matter, is nothing new, just basic self empowerment tenants But something about having basic tenants spoken to you in an aggressive Scottish accent is inspiring.It s not a life changing book, but at under 3.5 hours as an audiobook, it did help me change my attitude in a few distinct instances throughout the day And I can attribute some good days to I listened to this...

  7. Raquel Brune says:

    Versi n audiolibro Como un texto introductivo no est mal, pero todas las ideas son muy b sicas y algo obvias no aporta ning n m todo para aplicarlas, as que al final es m s una especie de charla para hacer rea...

  8. Krista Danis says:

    I think Bishop is going for the direct, tough love type approach with this book, which presumes that the reader is perpetually miserable, lazy, fat, and unsatisfied These assumptions restrict his meandering diatribe to exactly that which he claims to loathe a basic mantra driven self help trope that lazily posits, Just do it , as its main thesis If that commanding cheer was enough to rip people from the grips of paralyzing fear of change, unpredictability, the unknown, or even basic disc I think Bishop is going for the direct, tough love type approach with this book, which presumes that the reader is perpetually miserable, lazy, fat, and unsatisfied These assumptions restrict his meandering diatribe to exactly that which he claims to loathe a basic mantra driven self help trope that lazily posits, Just do it , as its main thesis If that commanding cheer was enough to rip people from the grips of paralyz...

  9. Ashley says:

    As a psychologist I often like to read self help books my clients might read or my students might encounter Sometimes I use them to drive home points or offer them as resources I like to see what is out there This book is actually pretty good at illustrating basic Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and REBT principles For that, I would have given it a solid 4 stars I think it drives home the very very very basics of CBT in a average citizen sort of way However, if you have ANY exposure to ther As a psychologist I often like to read self help books my clients might read or my students might encounter Sometimes I use them to drive home points or offer them as resources I like to see what is out there This book is actually pretty good at illustrating basic Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and REBT principles For that, I would have given it a solid 4 stars I think it drives home the very very very ba...

  10. TheGeekyBlogger says:

    Read for Review Edelweiss Overall Rating 3.75Quick Thoughts While there wasn t anything new in this book, I did like the presentation This was about self talk How to do it, what we are doing wrong, and how you get in your own way He reminds you to talk in present tense future tense gives you a way out and make sure to be kind inspiring to yourself He also talks about the self talk we do about others and that impacts us He was right on about that What and how we think of others impacts Read for Review Edelweiss Overall Rating 3.75Quick Thoughts While there wasn t anything new in this book, I did like the presentation This was about self talk How to do it, what we are doing wrong, and how you get in your own way He reminds you to talk in present tense future tense gives you a way out and make sure to be kind inspiring to yourself He also tal...

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