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I have to say I struggled to listen to this. Sarah Knight obviously comes from a very privileged background and gears her rhetoric to certain socio-economic classes. While at times she attempts humour, it falls a little flat as it sounds like she's trying too hard.
That being said, some of the advice is useful such as time management and prioritizing - however this sounds like a lot of other self help books and she doesn't seem like the 'anti-guru' she claims to be. It's a little pretentious, constantly talking about her Caribbean housing, when many don't even have disposable income.
She briefly mentions half way through that this book is not intended for such working-class people. That should have been at the front of the book.
17 of 17 people found this review helpful
Should be called "time management for dummies" I got to chapter 6 and couldn't stand to listen to anymore of this. When people have nothing to say they swear - and there's lots of swearing for impact in this book.
Terrible anecdotes and such basic advice for complete dummies.
Stay away if your a grown up.
49 of 55 people found this review helpful
This book has a little more to offer if you want some tools that extend past the common sense ideas of the Magical Art of Not Giving a Fuck (which has its place).
I like the authors approach here. It's basic, can be applied easily and without much effort.
Probably the best Narration by an author I've come across too.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Sarah nails it when it come to the way it is. Smiling, laughing and "ah-ha-ring" with your headset in walking through the supermarket may get you looks but you want to say "you should listen to this" to passing strangers.
So glad I listened to Sara with her quirky, down to earth method of writing. Definitely relatable!
Onto her next book now!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful