This was the book I needed to read and read now. I read all the reviews about how Sarah Knight comes off as a bit too self-absorbed in all of her own sht that she has successfully managed to reign in and then splurge across the pages of this book. No arguing with that. But the book moves at a hell of a pace, with no real time to get bogged down in her anecdotes. And besides, they are actually informative and illustrative of most of the points she is making. And the points are all very worth making because most of us at some point in our lives are guilty of not getting our sht together. And we should. I’m working on mine right now and taking a whole bunch of tips from this book as a starting point.
A light-weight book, with an obvious premise maybe, with nothing to say that has not been said a gazillion times by others, but it doesn’t hurt to hammer home some truths that could fundamentally alter the direction of someone’s life for the better. And that has got to be a good thing.
Kudos to Sarah Knight for writing this. Love the no-holds-barred approach of this book and if the expletives offend you, well, why are you reading a book with a title like ‘Get Your Sh*t Together’?