Stuff Nobody Taught You by Summer McStravick teaches readers how to wildly, successfully, reinvent themselves and become who they’ve always wanted to be. Filled with humor, actionable steps, and brazen, intelligent straight-talk, Stuff Nobody Taught You fills you in on all those secrets you wished someone had told you about how to craft and keep a happy, passion-filled life. 2023 International Book Awards 1st Place Winner, Self-Help/Motivational Category
Sometimes we need a good old cathartic do-over
. We’ve been flatlining—emotionally spent and wrung out like an old washcloth. We want to feel
a different way, be
a different way.
Somehow, we need to regain our purpose and direction and feel good again. We want to re-find the self-worth, confidence, and inner strength that got wiped away from years of frustration, disappointments, and emotional depletion. Stuff Nobody Taught You
fills you in on all those secrets you wished someone had told you about how to craft and keep a happy, passion-filled life. The book takes you through a proven journey of self-discovery via a series of forty-five bite-size, easy lessons that will transport you to a world of amazing feelings and real transformation as you learn to:
- Find and release the inner patterns and blocks that have stopped or derailed you time after time.
- Climb out from feeling stuck, exhausted, directionless, or just not sure what you’re supposed to do next in life.
- Meet and love up your powerful, authentic self, where you trust your choices and start attracting good things in every area of your life.
Each day, you’ll look forward to reading the next revealing chapter that feels as yummy as a best friend’s phone call. By, the end, you’ll shut the book with a satisfying, relieved, and exciting sense of your next steps.
In short, Stuff Nobody Taught You
resets your inner clock and shows you that yes, you can wildly, successfully, reinvent yourself and become who you’ve always wanted to be. It teaches you where your inner power lies and gives you permission to use it. And finally, it frees you up to find the brisk, fresh path that oftentimes turns out to be right there, already under your feet.