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Summary: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a F*** by Mark Manson - cover

Summary: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a F*** by Mark Manson

In A Nutshell Publishing

Publisher: Robert Farrington

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It takes the average person 49.5 minutes to read 7000 words. For the price of a coffee and a time investment of roughly 3.5% of your day, I believe the wisdom in this book to be well worth it's value. This is a premium summary and analysis of Mark Manson's bestselling book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. Designed for the busy person in mind, this book will provide the key concepts and ideas without the multiple hours in time commitment. At the end of each chapter there is also a 'Key Takeaways' section that can be revisited whenever the main principles need refreshing. I am only releasing summaries of the books that have made a true positive impact in my life. If you decide to purchase, I truly hope you enjoy and benefit from it.  
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