Stop Doing That Sh*t



From the author of the New York Times and international bestseller Unfu k Yourself, Gary John Bishop presents a no holds barred guide to breaking through our cycles of self sabotage to get what we want out of life.In Unfu k Yourself, Gary John Bishop told us it was time to stop making excuses to recognize and take responsibility for the negative self talk holding us back.In Stop Doing That Sh t, he builds on that message, teaching us how to stop self sabotaging behavior Bishop explains how our destructive cycles come down to the way that we re wired He then identifies different types of people and the ways we fu k ourselves over We can t save money We land in the same type of toxic relationship We re stuck in a rut at work Analyzing why we act the way we do, including what our common grenades are that blow up our lives, Bishop then shows how we can interrupt the cycle and stop self sabotaging our lives.Written in the same in your face style as Unfu k Yourself, Stop Doing that Sh t will help us get in touch with our psychological machinery so we learn to interrupt negative thoughts and behavior before they start, allowing us to give our attention to something else, and start to find success in the areas we thought we never could.We can take back our lives We may have fu ked up in the past, but Stop Doing That Sh t will show us how to break the patterns in order to live the lives we yearn to have. Best Read [ Stop Doing That Sh*t ] By [ Gary John Bishop ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukStop Doing That Sh*t

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Stop Doing That Sh*t
  • Gary John Bishop
  • English
  • 14 May 2017
  • 0062871846

10 thoughts on “Stop Doing That Sh*t

  1. says:

    3.5 Stars Should I read into the fact my mom gifted me with this book Gary John Bishop embraces his Scottish decent in his no nonsense, get your shit together diatribe in the astutely titled self help book UnF ck Yourself The book is broken into seven personal assertions that are labelled and then thoroughly broken down and explained in repetitive detail.I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept 3.5 Stars Should I read into the fact my mom gifted me with this book Gary John Bishop embraces his Scottish decent in his no nonsense, get your shit together diatribe in the astutely titled self help book UnF ck Yourself The book is broken into seven personal assertions that are labelled and then thoroughly broken down and explained in repetitive detail.I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept everythingLike most self help books Gary John Bishop isn t reinventing the wheel but to me most self help books aren t informing you of anything you didn t already know, they are simply reminding you with gusto and enthusiasm...

  2. says:

    Despite an eye catching title and the promise of edgy, life changing advice, this little self help book really doesn t deliver Recycled ideas we ve heard before, like imagine the life you want the set steps to get there, or lower your expectations to live happily in the moment aren t even the worst of it This book assumes the reader is wealthy and has total agency in their life If you are disabled, ill, or have experienced abuse, or institutional marginalisation this book has nothing for you Despite an eye catching title and the promise of edgy, life changing advice, this little self help book really doesn t deliver Recycled ideas we ve heard before, like imagine the life you want the set steps to get there, or lower your expectations to live happily in the moment aren t even the worst of it This book assumes the reader is wealth...

  3. says:

    Quite liked this Straight talking, no bullshit, easy language, and a fast read Bishop details seven personal assertions to live your life by I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept everythingLaying it out like this make it sound like it s new agey affirmation, staring into the mirror and repeating I got this, but it really isn t Rather it s Bishop telling you to pull your fucking finger out Quite liked this Straight talking, no bullshit, easy language, and a fast read Bishop details seven personal assertions to live your life by I am willingI am wired to winI got thisI embrace uncertaintyI am not my thoughts I am what I doI am relentlessI expect nothing and accept everythingLaying it out like this make it sound like it s new agey affirmation, staring into the mirror and repeating I got this, but it really isn t Rather it s Bishop telling you to pull your fucking finger out and DO THE THING Of ...

  4. says:

    If you struggle to get out of bed in the morning not because you re disabled but because your own thoughts are keeping you down, try this It won t help everyone, but it helped me.

  5. says:

    Gary s book is short and simple If you are looking for a change in your life, you will love it Check my animated review here bit.ly UnfkYourself

  6. says:

    I listened to this on Audible, where Gary John Bishop s Scottish accent adds priceless enthusiasm and flavor to the material.The material for that matter, is nothing new, just basic self empowerment tenants But something about having basic tenants spoken to you in an aggressive Scottish accent is inspiring.It s not a life changing book, but at under 3.5 hours as an audiobook, it did help me change my attitude in a few distinct instances throughout the day And I can attribute some good days to I listened to this on Audible, where Gary John Bishop s Scottish accent adds priceless enthusiasm and flavor to the material.The material for that matter, is nothing new, ...

  7. says:

    As a psychologist I often like to read self help books my clients might read or my students might encounter Sometimes I use them to drive home points or offer them as resources I like to see what is out there This book is actually pretty good at illustrating basic Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and REBT principles For that, I would have given it a solid 4 stars I think it drives home the very very very basics of CBT in a average citizen sort of way However, if you have ANY exposure to ther As a psychologist I often like to read self help books my clients might read or my students might encounter Sometimes I use them to drive home points or offer them as resources I like to see what is out there This book is actually pretty good at illustrating basic Cognitive B...

  8. says:

    I quite like this book It s a different approach and a kick in the butt to get you out of a rut One of the most important bits to take away is that we are not our thoughts but we are what we do Bishop insists that we need to act, even if we don t feel like it When we choose not to act, we need to face the...

  9. says:

    Not the worst self help book I ve read, but not the most memorable either I do have to say though that Gary John Bishop was very motivating I liked the 7 personal assertions he broke each chapter down by 1 I am willing2 I am wired to win3 I got this4 I embrace uncertainty5 I am not my thoughts I am what I do6 I am relentless7 I expect nothing and accept everythingThe main idea this book presents is that you can t just sit around waiting for life to hand you things or for you to be r Not the worst self help book I ve read, but not the most memorable either I do have to say though that Gary John Bishop was very motivating I liked the 7 personal assertions he broke each chapter down by 1 I am willing2 I am wired to win3 I got this4 I embrace uncertainty5 I am not my thoughts I am what I do6 I am relentless7 I expect nothing and accept everythingThe main idea this book presents is that you can t just sit around waiting for life to hand you things or for you to be ready to face certain challenges that come with making positive changes Although the message is a good one, the manner in which the author conveys it does come off as a little bit aggressive at times, and I could see how one could be turned ...

  10. says:

    I listened to this in audiobook form I didn t finish it because I knew most of the contents already The information provided, and the way the narrator explains the text, is just right I like the REAL approach that the author takes This is probably the most honest, down to earth self help bo...

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