You Are A Badass Every Day

How to Keep Your Motivation Strong, Your Vibe High, and Your Quest for Transformation Unstoppable 

By Jen Sincero, Running Press | Review by Marlene Caraballo ~

She does it again! Jen Sincero manages to pack up a bursting-at-the-seams can of uplifting whoop ass into a tidy little totable five by seven-inch, 224-page book.

Much like Sincero’s book, You Are a Badass, a Number One New York Times Bestseller, this motivational self-help book stokes your inner belly fire making you believe your goals can happen and anything is possible. Much like a visit to a personal trainer – for the brain. In this follow-up book, Sincero provides shorter snippets of advice along with exercises and practical steps to help the reader bring on the can-do mindset.

Her frank, and sometimes colorful, language sets the tone for a no-nonsense approach to setting yourself up with bursts of the self-confidence needed to make the magic happen and create the life you are dreaming of.

The smaller size makes it easy to keep in your bag, take on a trip, or leave bedside for easy reference when you need a thought-provoking, go-getting, inspirational surge of positivity.

This book gets a strong thumbs up for those of us wannabe badasses with a sturdy sense of humor looking to turbo-boost their motivation and positive mojo.

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