I recently finished listening to the Jen Sincero book, You Are a BadA…(I’ll let you finish that in your head.) If you have sensitive ears, then this might not be the book for you. (And if you have littles around, then you’re gonna want headphones for this one.)

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with or endorsed by the publisher or author, and am receiving no compensation for writing this article.

Jen Sincero Book

In a nutshell, this Jen Sincero book is basically a humorous self-help book from someone who didn’t believe in self-help or God, or much of anything else. She started into the self-help world in almost a mockery-type way. Then she started seeing the benefits, became obsessed with it, and consolidated everything she’d learned in a blunt, humorous way. It’s also peppered with self-love. As I was going through my notes from this book, she closes almost every chapter with some form of the phrase “love yourself.” If you are just getting started in the self-help world and don’t mind the curse words, this book might be a great place to start.

The book is broken into 5 sections:

  • How you got this way
  • How to Embrace Your Inner BadA…
  • How to Tap into the Motherload
  • How to Get Over Your BS Already
  • How to Kick Some A…

In this Jen Sincero book, you’ll find a fresh perspective on many common self-help topics. Plus a healthy dose of humor and lots of interesting stories. Some ideas discussed in this book include:

  • Affirmations
  • Being Present
  • Forgiveness
  • Gratitude
  • Habits
  • Limiting Beliefs
  • Manifesting
  • Meditation
  • Money Mind blocks
  • Overcoming Fear
  • Procrastination and Perfectionism
  • Projection and Reflection
  • Purpose
  • Self-Love
  • Self Mastery
  • Taking action

So, yeah, it pretty much covers all the self-help bases. 

You are a BadA…

This would be a great place to dip your toe in if you are new to the personal development world. And it likely will be a new perspective on familiar ideas if you’ve been in this space for a while. I recommend checking out a copy for yourself, and if you do, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it, too!

Looking for another great self-help book? Check out Dare to Lead.

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