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PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mark Manson's The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life includes: Summary of the book A Review Analysis & Key Takeaways A detailed "About the Author" section Preview: Mark Manson, a ma PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mark Manson's The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life includes: Summary of the book A Review Analysis & Key Takeaways A detailed "About the Author" section Preview: Mark Manson, a massively successful dating advice and travel blogger, has written The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck to address what he perceives as a major gap in the self-help market. Manson, who has been helping blog readers and clients with their problems for nearly a decade, has isolated a critical, recurring issue: people do not know what to give a fuck about. The book begins with an evaluation of fuck-giving (the profanity is intentional; Manson wants to make sure his points are made in as concise and punchy a way as possible). The author himself, although from a wealthy family in Dallas, struggled with the divorce of his parents and spent many years drifting around, never quite certain of what his priorities in life should be. Along the way, Manson romanced hundreds of women and visited fifty-five countries. Even so, he hadn't yet sorted out what values he should give a fuck about and what values didn't matter quite so much to him. He hadn't yet had the "practical enlightenment" he believes is the key to humanity's spiritual well-being. He was very confused about life, even as his online businesses had begun to prosper, because he hadn't accepted suffering as a natural condition of life. Once he realized that suffering was inevitable and the only things he had control over were his reactions to that suffering, he became, in his words, "spiritually invincible." This is a central tenet of Buddhism, something Manson says throughout the book, but he is not interested in exploring Buddhist theology and spiritual practice, only in utilizing this insight to improve his life and the lives of his readers.


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PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mark Manson's The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life includes: Summary of the book A Review Analysis & Key Takeaways A detailed "About the Author" section Preview: Mark Manson, a ma PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mark Manson's The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life includes: Summary of the book A Review Analysis & Key Takeaways A detailed "About the Author" section Preview: Mark Manson, a massively successful dating advice and travel blogger, has written The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck to address what he perceives as a major gap in the self-help market. Manson, who has been helping blog readers and clients with their problems for nearly a decade, has isolated a critical, recurring issue: people do not know what to give a fuck about. The book begins with an evaluation of fuck-giving (the profanity is intentional; Manson wants to make sure his points are made in as concise and punchy a way as possible). The author himself, although from a wealthy family in Dallas, struggled with the divorce of his parents and spent many years drifting around, never quite certain of what his priorities in life should be. Along the way, Manson romanced hundreds of women and visited fifty-five countries. Even so, he hadn't yet sorted out what values he should give a fuck about and what values didn't matter quite so much to him. He hadn't yet had the "practical enlightenment" he believes is the key to humanity's spiritual well-being. He was very confused about life, even as his online businesses had begun to prosper, because he hadn't accepted suffering as a natural condition of life. Once he realized that suffering was inevitable and the only things he had control over were his reactions to that suffering, he became, in his words, "spiritually invincible." This is a central tenet of Buddhism, something Manson says throughout the book, but he is not interested in exploring Buddhist theology and spiritual practice, only in utilizing this insight to improve his life and the lives of his readers.

30 review for Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mark Manson's the Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bryon Howard

    I didn't actually read this Summary of Mark Manson's The Sutle Art of Not Giving a Fuck ... but I Listened to his book. For some reason I cannot find the actual book here. Like every book ... there are take aways. However, I find myself asking myself why am I listening to this moron talk about his vagabond interests and much more as if I should think that is cool, interesting, or 'the life'. Probably for the under 40 year group who are a bit stuck, this might be interesting. Mark's message of iden I didn't actually read this Summary of Mark Manson's The Sutle Art of Not Giving a Fuck ... but I Listened to his book. For some reason I cannot find the actual book here. Like every book ... there are take aways. However, I find myself asking myself why am I listening to this moron talk about his vagabond interests and much more as if I should think that is cool, interesting, or 'the life'. Probably for the under 40 year group who are a bit stuck, this might be interesting. Mark's message of identifying your values and living them ... basically knowing what to give a fuck about ... is old information presented with swear words. It's sort of funny.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nick Brown

    What I like the most about this book is that my initial thought of; "This will be a good read- I'll probably get a provoking thought or two out of it", turned into, "Wow. This book has literally changed my life, for the better." Since I've finished it, I recommended it to four people, two of which have acquired the book, and I even got an extra copy as a gift for a friend. I intend to read this book every couple years or so for the times I need to be reminded of what improved my life so much in What I like the most about this book is that my initial thought of; "This will be a good read- I'll probably get a provoking thought or two out of it", turned into, "Wow. This book has literally changed my life, for the better." Since I've finished it, I recommended it to four people, two of which have acquired the book, and I even got an extra copy as a gift for a friend. I intend to read this book every couple years or so for the times I need to be reminded of what improved my life so much in the first place. This is an easy read- yet written on a sophisticated level (despite the title), and I looked forward to every bit of free time I could dedicate to reading it. There were times I laughed, got teary eyed, and most importantly said, "hmmm, I never thought of it like that before..." I recommend this book to anyone who is open to changing their mindset, and can understand irony. Obviously the title is not instructing the reader to stop taking care in interest in EVERYTHING, so if that thought never crossed your mind upon reading the title, then I suggest you read this. For More Reviews Visit- https://reviewscast.com

  3. 5 out of 5

    Viet Vu

    Stop being Mr. Nice guy. That's what I have been told. But I have never realized how to do that and how serious the problem is. Keep only what matters, what really matters. Stop the bullshit. Face the unpleasant truths. Embrace death (do not suicide though). These are my lessons from this book. Like `The Alchemist`, I recommend this book for anyone, especially young adults. Stop being Mr. Nice guy. That's what I have been told. But I have never realized how to do that and how serious the problem is. Keep only what matters, what really matters. Stop the bullshit. Face the unpleasant truths. Embrace death (do not suicide though). These are my lessons from this book. Like `The Alchemist`, I recommend this book for anyone, especially young adults.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shanice Hinds

    Manson attemps to tear down the soundly built boundaries of life while being ridiculously realistic with a "fuck" here and a "fuck" there. I dislike self-help books but it was so well written that I had to keep on reading while memorzing and actually using his quite logical and pragmatic words of wisdom. Manson attemps to tear down the soundly built boundaries of life while being ridiculously realistic with a "fuck" here and a "fuck" there. I dislike self-help books but it was so well written that I had to keep on reading while memorzing and actually using his quite logical and pragmatic words of wisdom.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dean Wade

    Where is the actual book? Interesting self help. Not sure where my fucks are these days.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Prapannaa Acharya

    A must read for those people who are looking at their life through other peoples' eyes....a very interesting book.... A must read for those people who are looking at their life through other peoples' eyes....a very interesting book....

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julie Bryant

    interesting. i like the part where they remind you that you're not suppsed to be happy and think you're doing just great all the time. Americans tend to forget that. interesting. i like the part where they remind you that you're not suppsed to be happy and think you're doing just great all the time. Americans tend to forget that.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Priya Chokkakula

    it was very good at the start, but was confusing through out! overall it was worth reading!

  9. 4 out of 5

    krystal lea

    absolutly love this book only halfway through it already and i cant seem to put it down .its very honestly,brutally truthful, and digs dig into places people dont want to face in themselves to make them feel better about unresolved issues in life...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Annette Westwood

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