You're Not That Great: (but neither is anyone else)

You're Not That Great: (but neither is anyone else)

I am addicted to positivity. I am addicted to positivity. I am addicted to positivity. I care more about feeling great than being great. I am NOT THAT GREAT. The self-help industry tells you that if you're positive, if you put your best foot forward and if you just believe in yourself that you will find happiness. Let's be real, you can read all the inspirational quotes y I am addicted to positivity. I am addicted to positivity. I am addicted to positivity. I care more about f...

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Title:You're Not That Great: (but neither is anyone else)
Author:Elan Gale
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1478918292
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

You're Not That Great: (but neither is anyone else) Reviews

  • Courtney Judy
    Oct 19, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...

    This book was funny, helpful and motivating. I'd listen to it again just for the laughs. ...

    I wish I had liked it more than I did, I was really going in hopeful that I was going to find this book to be amazing. It had everything I liked, cursing...honesty...bluntness...but towards the end I was honestly getting sick of it. I was struggling with some of the concepts (and I mys...

  •  Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    Nov 22, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

  • Gwen - Chew & Digest Books -
    Jan 09, 2018

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

  • Jo-Ann Duff (Duffy The Writer)
    Nov 30, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...

    This book was funny, helpful and motivating. I'd listen to it again just for the laughs. ...

    I wish I had liked it more than I did, I was really going in hopeful that I was going to find this book to be amazing. It had everything I liked, cursing...honesty...bluntness...but towards the end I was honestly getting sick of it. I was struggling with some of the concepts (and I mys...

    Harness the power of negative thinking! You're Not That Great (But Neither Is Anyone Else). Yep, if you read my blog, you'll understand why this book caught my eye. This fresh new wave of frank, 'real-life' motivational books have become very popular, and I've enjoyed some of them...

  • Sarah
    Nov 28, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...

    This book was funny, helpful and motivating. I'd listen to it again just for the laughs. ...

    I wish I had liked it more than I did, I was really going in hopeful that I was going to find this book to be amazing. It had everything I liked, cursing...honesty...bluntness...but towards the end I was honestly getting sick of it. I was struggling with some of the concepts (and I mys...

    Harness the power of negative thinking! You're Not That Great (But Neither Is Anyone Else). Yep, if you read my blog, you'll understand why this book caught my eye. This fresh new wave of frank, 'real-life' motivational books have become very popular, and I've enjoyed some of them...

    Me prior to reading this book : I?m a millennial and I?m special unicorn. Me after reading this book : I might be a millennial and special unicorn, but I?m not really a great person. And being a great person is more important that being a special millennial unicorn. The last t...

  • Sarah Maier
    Jan 03, 2018

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...

    This book was funny, helpful and motivating. I'd listen to it again just for the laughs. ...

  • TJL
    Dec 14, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

  • Vanessa
    Dec 17, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...

    This book was funny, helpful and motivating. I'd listen to it again just for the laughs. ...

    I wish I had liked it more than I did, I was really going in hopeful that I was going to find this book to be amazing. It had everything I liked, cursing...honesty...bluntness...but towards the end I was honestly getting sick of it. I was struggling with some of the concepts (and I mys...

    Harness the power of negative thinking! You're Not That Great (But Neither Is Anyone Else). Yep, if you read my blog, you'll understand why this book caught my eye. This fresh new wave of frank, 'real-life' motivational books have become very popular, and I've enjoyed some of them...

    Me prior to reading this book : I?m a millennial and I?m special unicorn. Me after reading this book : I might be a millennial and special unicorn, but I?m not really a great person. And being a great person is more important that being a special millennial unicorn. The last t...

    Ok, so I?m gonna go out on a limb here and give it 5 stars to raise the over all rating. This book deserves a solid 4 over all and not a half-assed 3.5. I actually agree a with a previous reviewer -at times it felt repetitive- I feel, though, that it?s the author writing in the w...

  • Jake Harris
    Dec 05, 2017

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

  • Taylor Wilson
    Jan 05, 2018

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest I snagged a copy of this ARC because the title made me laugh and I loved the paradox of the snappy, sarcastic title against the baby pink cover. "Mean" can sometimes be funny, as evidenced by the movie Mean Girls, and some...

    I'm of two minds about this book. On one hand, I agree with a lot of what the author says: The positivity movement is weirdly condescending, fluffs peoples' egos beyond belief, and does make some people incredibly hyper-sensitive to criticism. I agree that there are some people who ...

    A not-very-well-written book about a great way of living that gets repetitive around page 50. At 179 pages, it could?ve been way shorter and just as effective. ...

    This has one of the most hilarious and completely true opening sections that I have ever read. It was so dead on that I was in tears and ready to apologize to both of my parents. Giving you more detail would only ruin the moment for you, so I won't. It really brought things into perspe...

    ?We live in a world of contentment, mediocrity, and average people who think they?re excellent.? -- Elan Gale, You?re Not That Great Elan Gale is straightforward and refuses to coddle anyone in his new book, You?re Not That Great (but neither is anyone else). This book te...