Mark Manson’s “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life” is a wonderful — and wonderfully foul-mouthed — book that everyone should read.
Here’s an example of the book’s insights:
“If we follow the ‘do something’ principle, failure feels unimportant. When the standard of success becomes merely acting—when any result is regarded as progress and important, when inspiration is seen as a reward rather than a prerequisite—we propel ourselves ahead. We feel free to fail, and that failure moves us forward.”
This book is brutally honest, insightful, moving, and hilarious at the same time. Here’s to living a life where we feel free to fail, and where we give a f*ck about fewer but more important things.