Book’s Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck Mark Manson

This book tells the story of an abusive alcoholic, miserly, chronic gambler; his name is Harles Bokowski.

He aspires to be a writer, but his work is always rejected. But that didn’t make him give up. He kept on writing until he finally succeeded with his first book. The book tells about him.

The point is how he responds to the failures and difficulties he faces in his life by being “Not Giving a F*ck”

In the book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck” there are 3 arts that describe how a person really has to not care about something.

The first is that not to be indifferent. Still, it means very comfortable when we are different from others.

Second, we must care about something much more important than the difficulty of being so oblivious to adversity.

Third, in this book, there are many stories and life experiences, such as the story of the Prince. He ultimately chose to live on the streets rather than the palace.

Or the story about a famous motivator with his work that always motivates many people. Still, he does not find happiness in his life.

The good of this book is that it is not too thick to read in one sitting.
And also, this book has a lot of inspiration and motivation, so there are many lessons to be learned.

A drawback of this book is that there are absurd sentences so that the reader is a bit difficult to understand the meaning of the sentence.

This book teaches us how to sincerely live all life.