He didn’t make it clear that it was a guided journal and he is known as the awkward guy so there is that. I wouldn’t even be able to tell you what a guided journal is until I read this book. Andy is also a stand-up comedian so I really had no clue what to expect.
I’m a scatterbrain and don’t like structure at all, so this isn’t something I would have gone out to buy. Luke Williams also sent me his book (#live20: Experiencing a Focused Life) around the same time, so I knew it was time to get my focus on.
I spent the last two months spending a little bit of extra effort on focusing on the business of SPN. The results are really mounting more and more every day. I’m glad that Andy, Luke, and Sam Hurley spent time drilling the word focus into my head.
I didn’t buy the book, but I do plan on buying the other two in the series for a couple of reasons. The biggest reason, beating out the fact it’s a very small investment in myself and building a win-win with a good person, that I want to buy the other two books are the daily ideas.
Every page has a simple one to two line idea from a different perspective. If you get over the awkward and take the tips there is some serious benefit. Andy gives the readers an idea for every day of accountability.
I was able to pick up really great ideas and tips on how to build better relationships with everyone that I come into contact with.
For $10.00 a book it’s a no brainer. I enjoy the accountability and fresh ideas in the morning every day.
The other two Awkward Life Books are on Amazon