Itâ€™s Great to Suck at Something reveals that the key to a richer, more fulfilling life is finding something to suck at. Coupling honest, hilarious storytelling with unexpected insights, this book is an invitation to embrace our shortcomings as the very best of who we are and to open ourselves up to adventure, where we may not find what we thought we were looking for, but something way more important. Drawing from sources as diverse as Thich Nhat Hanh, and Jean-Paul Sartre, among others, readers learn the marvelous things that happen to our mammalian brains when we try something new and find we're not initially or ever good at it. Sucking at something rewires our brain in positive ways, helps us cultivate grit, and inspires us to find joy in the process, without obsessing about the destination. Ultimately, it gives you freedom: the freedom to suck without caring is revelatory.
Category:Personal Growth/Self Help Subcategory:Codependency/Family of Origin Series:Self Esteem Author:Karen Rinaldi