Read up and kick some butt

“You are a badass.”

“No, you are a badass!”

Don’t feel like a badass? Ready to be a “badass”?

Ready to make the kind of money you’ve never made before? Ready to create a life you totally love?

Introducing: “You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life,” by Jen Sincero!

Sincero’s bright yellow cover, along with her irreverent and fun modern writing style, catches our book shoppers within a few moments after grabbing up the book out of curiosity.

In five simple parts, “You Are a Badass” covers pretty much every area of your life, whether it’s relationships, money, self-esteem, or any others. Sometimes, any of us can use a little pep talk in one area or another, and especially one that reminds us to live life and live a life we really want!

With “You Are a Badass”, not only do you get the distillation of self-help and law-of-attraction, you get simple exercises you can do for yourself that frankly will make you want to try them. Her presentation is much more conversational, like what talking to a friend who wants the best for you would be like, but no-holds-barred!

And with 27 bite-sized chapters with unforgettable titles like these (“Love the One You Is,” “Fear is for Suckers,” “Loin Cloth Man,” “Money, Your New Best Friend,” “Beam me up, Scotty!”), we found it very easy to want to read what Sincero has to say.

“You Are a Badass” has great wisdom, timeless ideas, excellent quotes, and relatable humor.

Pick up the book that customers have been discovering so you can bring out the “badass” in you!


Ed and Cynthia Justus are the owners of The Bookstore in Hanapepe.


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