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That they re 100% ualified while for men 60% of confidence is enough She says that boys are encouraged to be brave while girls are encouraged to be LIKABLE IT S THE TRUTH OF It s the truth of But is it the whole truth I know boys who are as striving to be nice and perfect as much as girls from Saujani examples I know men who were taught to play it safe and don t even dare to try something bold I know women who don t give a damn what others would think and go for things they want in what should be called a man s fashion As much as I liked this book because it resonated with me despite the fact that I cannot relate to the reasons and explanations Saujani gives I would love it to be about a person male or female striving to meet some illusive expectations rather than ust girls overcoming the issues of a boy girl framed mindset ust because this way the book might have been helpful for many people This book has something "to offer women that struggle with trying to be perfect saying "offer women that struggle with trying to be perfect saying and reaching for their goals Unfortunately I do think that many women fall into at least one of these categories Many don t value themselves enough and are afraid of being udged harshly embarrassed or failing Those are the women that this book attempts to reach I thought it was a decent book for someone that is looking for some support in moving forward out of this type of life cycle Unfortunately I did not find anything new in the book Of course my education is in mental health so I may be experienced in this area than some but I also think that a lot of this Maestro just comes with time and life experience Therefor I also think it may be useful to someone that is younger The last part of the book offers some helpful suggestions to people trying to break these habits however some of it may be easier said than done and women should be aware that it will take notust bravery but motivation and repetition of effort to effect the type of changes suggested I did have one issue with the book and that is that the author involves politics on several occasions At times I could see how it applied to what she was trying to say but other times she Just Added It In added it in it is an interest of hers I feel that this might alienate women that have a different political view than she does I would suggest that there are plenty of women with opposing political views that the author might be able to help who would be turned off by the political aspect In addition I found the book to be a bit too repetitive for my taste and took longer to finish than it should have I didn t think it was a bad book but I didn t find it particularly interesting either However if the subject interests you go ahead and give it a try You may love it Thank you to NetGalley and Crown Publishing for providing me with a free electronic copy in exchange for an honest review This started out as an empathetic and serious talk between close friends and plunged into a clich d ad post on insta from someone trying to profit off feminism because it sells I feel like if this book was shorter it would ve been different Good have been a blog post or a meme didn t need a whole book. Ow our world along with our chance at happinessBy choosing bravery over perfection we can find the power to claim our voice to leave behind what makes us unhappy and go for the things we genuinely passionately want Perfection may set us on a path that feels safe but bravery leads us to the one we're authentically meant to followIn Brave Not Perfect Reshma shares powerful insights and practices to help us override our perfect girl training and make bravery a lifelong habit By being brave not perfect we can all become the authors of our biggest boldest and most oyful life. I s statements about the source of perfectionism in "women women s right to claim their truth and how her readers too can achieve greatness through "women s RIGHT TO CLAIM THEIR TRUTH AND to claim their truth and her readers too can achieve greatness through were very black and white and riddled with logical holes and inconsistencies Instead of focusing on what she was advocating I kept getting snarled in what wasn t being said Or cited in the NotesI mean sure maybe we should rethink how we raise our girls but do we really think raising them like our boys is the solution Doesn t the way we raise our boys cause problems of its own And #Yes Claim Your Truth Ladies #Claim your truth ladies don t think that your truth gives you the right to stop hearing others truths too And it s fantastic that so many women have found that bravery has led them to creating amazing non profits and opening new chapters of successbut isn t that still focusing on the end goal instead of the process of being braveI think Brave Not Perfect will leave many many readers with an awakening sense of their own power and a roadmap for fully inhabiting their own lives but for those of us outside Saujani s template or those less moved by the pathos of her encouragement there s a lot less here I will certainly take the insights I ve gained and see whether I can turn them into weapons in the neverending battle against my own perfectionist demons and there are a few strategies I can put into immediate action Take On a Physical Challenge Trust Yourself Review Reassess Realign but the hunt for advice that speaks to my Faramir type perfectionist continues Perfect for a TED talk and ust a tad bit repetitive and go get it ish for a book Having read this book though I realised how lucky I am because I ve never been told that I ought to be perfect or ought to be something other than Be a Nose! just happy and content for that matter or that being a girl I m a less somethingI grew up in the family where women would have none of this softer gender thing my great grandmother travelled across the country during the WW2 on her own with six little children and men my Dad and my Grandpa lauded the brilliance kindness generosity and yes bravery of the women they love In fact my Grandpa one of the smartest men I know my constant interlocutor and opponent encouraged me not to use but I am a girl as an excuse to not understand or not know something When I was at school and couldn t figure out how to deal with a difficult math homework he tried to explain me things that I found too complicated to grasp Refusing to make an effort I asked him toust tell me what the answer was because I m a girl I added So what he said In this regard Brave Not Perfect is an eye opening book for me as what I ve been taking for granted my entire life turned out to be a privilege And yet I too don t often feel brave enough and I m definitely prone to either having a perfect result or not doing anything at all I asked myself why And I daresay it s because things are a bit complicated in real life than they are in a TED talk or a How To book I don t like eerie boy girl binary opposition that Reshma Saujani used in this book She states for example that women don t go for what they want unless they re sure. Everyone all the time We lose sleep ruminating about whether we may have offended someone pass up opportunities that take us out of our comfort zones and avoid rejection at all costsThere's a reason we act this way Reshma says As girls we were taught to play it safe Well meaning parents and teachers praised us for being uiet and polite urged us to be careful so we didn't get hurt and steered us to activities at which we could shineThe problem is that perfect girls grow up to be women who are afraid to fail It's time to stop letting our fears drown out our dreams and narr. ,
No silencing or holding ourselves back or teaching our daughters to do the same it s time to stop this paradigm in its tracksBrave Not Perfect by Reshma Saujani is one of the gem of the books I ve come across in my lifetime This is an authentic take against gender discrimination and sexism which is deftly baked in our culture It is a powerful insight which redefines bravery and makes us follow our true dreamsThis amazing read written by Reshma Saujani is is divided into three parts Part 1 highlights how perfection is ingrained in a culture and how this cult is making the lives of young girls difficult everywhere Part 2 redefines bravery it makes us rethink what actually is perfec 2020 Spring Tbr Cleaning Don t want to read it An outstanding personal developmentself

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book about the ways and women are cued to behave differently Women so freuently are encouraged to be perfect and when something can t be done in such a way they shouldn t bother trying That leads then to not trying new things or developing their bravery muscle Saujani offers up some of the ways that bravery can be practiced and integrated and how to break away from those preconceived ideas of perfectionShort succinct and doesn t feel like a book made fr I was so excited to read this book when I initially got it The title hooked me and the summary was right up my ally This book was a spectacular disa I have to say this book really irked me The premise of this book is fantastic in theory The author s writing and layouthorrible Like most Liberal female non fiction writers the author writes women as victims The author omitted several facts regarding women leaders entrepreneurs and even employees moving up the corporate ladder andor starting their own business which is supported by studies The author also omitted the statistics of the rise of women as head of household or MBAs I think I would ve gotten a lot out of this if I fit Saujani s definition of a perfectionist fixed mindset constantly worried what others think of me a Type A Hermione Granger As of a Faramir blessed with an awesome father instead of Denethor I didn t uite reap the full Brave Not Perfect experience of empowermentWhich is not to say I didn t benefit from the read *Having Saujani S Concepts And *Saujani s concepts and to push my own experiences against allowed me to closely define how my own drive toward perfection behaves in my life And reading what motivates her and other Hermione Granger perfectionists to push themselves toward bravery regret ealousy competitiveness offered me the opportunity to realize that my motivations will have to be something else entirely Even looking at some of her strategies to cultivate a bravery mindset affirmed that the ways I ve worked to enlarge my life since adolescence are solid beneficial approachesBut this was definitely a case of Learn How Different You Are than Learn How You Too "Can Change Your Life "Change Your Life m an enneagram 4 so you d think I d be rolling in that special snowflake ness like a cat in catnip buthonestlyI could really use some help with the type of perfectionism I do experienceIt didn t help that a lot of Saujan. In a book inspired by her popular TED talk New York Times bestselling author Reshma Saujani empowers women and girls to embrace imperfection and braveryImagine if you lived without the fear of not being good enough If you didn't care how your life looked on Instagram or worry about what total strangers thought of you Imagine if you could let go of the guilt and stop beating yourself up for tiny mistakes What if in every decision you faced you took the bolder pathToo many of us feel crushed under the weight of our own expectations We run ourselves ragged trying to please. Brave Not Perfect

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