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Whether you are a Megyn Kelly fan or not, this is great advice for those just getting started in life after college, or maybe even those looking toward a new journey or chapter in their life. Sound advice for a positive outlook on life, focusing on serving others wherever you are, or standing up for everyone's voice whether your opinions match or not. Settling for Something More out of ourselves & those around us, expecting our personal best & striving to teach by example are more essential values in our world now more than ever! Whining is NEVER a good look for anyone.
Go Megyn! Definitely passing this onto all 5 of my college age children. So happy to see strong & positive examples for my boys as well as my girls. LOVED your take & definitions of being a feminist! I'm right there with you Sista-Friend!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
Absolutely loved this book. Super inspirational and relatable. Life changing for me especially because I am currently in the process of becoming myself. I love and respect her so much more than before and hope that I continue to aspire to be like her. Thank you for sharing your experiences.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This was the first book I listened to on audible and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
it was great to hear her childhood stories and hear how she used her gut and will and determination to get to where she is now in life. Very inspiring. It was also interesting to hear all the drama regarding Trump. Good listening
What did you like most about Settle for More?
She details her hard-working rise in two successful careers and her personal life with candour. Neither boastful or overly self-depricating she comes across as both a warm and a tough person. I'm not a fan of Fox news but I am a fan of this journalist. I like how she stands up for for herself and others, and her 'pay it back' philosophy. Mostly her account feels fair and true, and she is funny with it.
What did you like best about this story?
Her account of her family and her early career path.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Where she changes career from lawyer to journalist
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
You don't have to be crazy...well...
Any additional comments?
Listening to this book I found myself nodding with approval at times. I also laughed out loud. She comes across as a decent human being, one you wouldn't want to mess with. I liked her, basically.