So beautifully written. Narrator speaks from the heart with such enthusiasm when reading Shannon’s words. The book has really great questions to reflect on after each section, and encourages writing in a journal to notice and change behavioural habits. Such an emphasis on how we have complete control of the joy we feel in our lives and I am fully convinced and impressed by her words.
Great book for self awareness.
A wannabe, copy cat of Brené Brown.
I really liked listening this book. And love the natural voice, with all the emotions.
I usually listen my books while driving, so is hard to do the exercises, so I relistening to it on my me-time, so I can do the homework. Considering to buy the actual book, so I can be able to read, reread a question as I like, it is harder with a recording.
The concepts are the same that you hear in AA and in religious teachings. But, hearing this stuff in multiple formats helps it to sync in! The book is read in a voice that's a little too mellow/calm for me. I was driving and needed to shut it off a few times and switch to lively music.
narrator has nice voice.
nice ideas in the book for self improvement
nice that there is a short summary to each chapter
Quite refreshing ideas of how to find your joy and happiness in your life
Good book, inspiring but a bit redundant at times. I enjoyed listening to it in my long drive.
I wanted to like this book, I bought a new journal and pens for the occasion but the narration is so incredibly patronising. The author reads this a tone to her voice as if she’s achieved the enlightenment of Siddhartha and the listener is the lowly peasant she’s throwing a scrap to. Honestly I couldn’t get more than 2 hours of it done and even that was laborious.