Brave, Not Perfect: Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder

Brave, Not Perfect: Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder

Reshma Saujani / Aug 26, 2019

Brave Not Perfect Fear Less Fail More and Live Bolder In a book inspired by her popular TED talk New York Times bestselling author Reshma Saujani empowers women and girls to embrace imperfection and bravery Imagine if you lived without the fear o

  • Title: Brave, Not Perfect: Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder
  • Author: Reshma Saujani
  • ISBN: 1524762334
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a book inspired by her popular TED talk, New York Times bestselling author Reshma Saujani empowers women and girls to embrace imperfection and bravery.Imagine 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 In a book inspired by her popular TED talk, New York Times bestselling author Reshma Saujani empowers women and girls to embrace imperfection and bravery.Imagine 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 path Too many of us feel crushed under the weight of our own expectations We run ourselves ragged trying to please 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 costs.There 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 quiet and polite, urged us to be careful so we didn t get hurt, and steered us to activities at which we could shine.The 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 narrow our world, along with our chance at happiness.By 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 follow.In 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 joyful life Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 208 pages Expected publication February 5th 2019 by Currency More Details ISBN 1524762334 ISBN13 9781524762339 Other Editions 3 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Brave, Not Perfect, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book Memoir Published in Year 2019 75 books 20 voters Karenika 2019 31 books 1 voter More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 28, 2019 Kelly added it Shelves boldness bravery and authenticity, non fiction, read in 2019 An outstanding personal development self help growth book about the ways men and women are cued to behave differently Women, so frequently, 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 perfection.Short, succinct, and doesn An outstanding personal development self help growth book about the ways men and women are cued to behave differently Women, so frequently, 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 perfection.Short, succinct, and doesn t feel like a book made from a TED Talk It offers actionable steps, powerful insights, and tons of science social science research The voice is excellent and encouraging It was a reminder to not shut up in instances where speaking up or out would be of tremendous value Perfect for those who love DROP THE BALL or who are tired of cis white dudes leading the disruption in personal development Saujani is a woman of color, and her background is tremendously necessary in this space More to be said on the All The Books podcast flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 26, 2019 Amanda Books, Life and Everything Nice rated it it was amazing Shelves adult, author female, country u s, non fiction, net galley, memoir, mental health, poc Thank you to NetGalley, Currency, and Reshma Saujani for an ARC ebook copy to review As always, an honest review from me Like A self help business book for woman without being overly technical or dry She launched Girls Who Code and ran for political office Gives a voice to all the things that so many women experience Love Incredibly relatable That bravery is a muscle the you use it, the stronger your bravery muscle will be The author s voice writing style professional, authori Thank you to NetGalley, Currency, and Reshma Saujani for an ARC ebook copy to review As always, an honest review from me Like A self help business book for woman without being overly technical or dry She launched Girls Who Code and ran for political office Gives a voice to all the things that so many women experience Love Incredibly relatable That bravery is a muscle the you use it, the stronger your bravery muscle will be The author s voice writing style professional, authoritative, but relatable and kind The message that its okay to not be liked, because those just aren t your people The quote In a world full of princesses, dare to be a hot dog Dislike Wish that There were a few practical examples of how to be brave on a day to day basis The book was longer Overall, a very powerful, relatable book that every woman needs to read Even if you think you re brave, I think you will find many elements of value in here A book I m going to be referencing again and again flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 18, 2019 Karen rated it really liked it What a fantastic book 4.5 stars.Reshma Saujani s TED talk was recommended to me by several colleagues at work, so when I saw the book, I knew a little about its premise I have two boys, and yet, I am a girl So it was quite interesting reading this book with both my mom filter on and as a woman myself I ve already recommended it to all the parents I know, because so much of this book is about highlighting behavior that exists in a way that feels indoctrinated Things we don t do consciously What a fantastic book 4.5 stars.Reshma Saujani s TED talk was recommended to me by several colleagues at work, so when I saw the book, I knew a little about its premise I have two boys, and yet, I am a girl So it was quite interesting reading this book with both my mom filter on and as a woman myself I ve already recommended it to all the parents I know, because so much of this book is about highlighting behavior that exists in a way that feels indoctrinated Things we don t do consciously maybe because we ve done them this way such a long time It s highlighting the invisible hidden in plain sight.And like most truths, once you see it, you can t unsee it A few years ago, I picked brave as my word of the year so that I could become braver And one of the biggest shifts that happened that year wasn t that I became brave but that I realized how brave I already was The author talks about the positive cycle of how bravery begets bravery and that is very much the case So does realizing how brave you are because it shifts the way you see yourself and now you re no longer afraid to be brave It is imperative that we turn this cycle around for our girls The subtle and not so subtle push towards perfection is one of the most damaging signals women receive and then internalize I still see this people pleasing, looking perfect on the outside but falling apart on the inside every single day Not only does it curb our potential as women, it also keeps us disconnected from each other because it s not possible to have real connection belonging without authenticity.I ve highlighted so much of this book and I will continue to recommend it to every parent and woman I know We can only do better when we know better and this book is a solid step forward in that direction And it also has tangible, specific next steps you can take to move into the practice of bravery.Thank you Reshma Saujani for helping us all get less perfect and braver and thank you netgalley for the early preview of this awesome book flag Like see review Jan 15, 2019 Andrea rated it it was amazing Shelves free books, 2019 reads, all the feels, health and wellness, self care and stuff More reviews and book ish content Club Book Mobile Andrea RBKBrave, Not Perfect Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder by Reshma Saujani was a book that I just needed in my life It was a beautiful reflection on the realities of how our own aspirations can get in the way This book focuses on reframing eliminating perfectionist thinking Rather than expecting that we have to have flawless execution, she really stresses that there is power and joy in learning in the journey She talks abo More reviews and book ish content Club Book Mobile Andrea RBKBrave, Not Perfect Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder by Reshma Saujani was a book that I just needed in my life It was a beautiful reflection on the realities of how our own aspirations can get in the way This book focuses on reframing eliminating perfectionist thinking Rather than expecting that we have to have flawless execution, she really stresses that there is power and joy in learning in the journey She talks about how with women we often are afraid of fear and failure avoidance In reality, the best thing we could do for ourselves is feel these things She talks about how we can often not go for what we want because of this, and that s just wrong I loved that this book was part Here s our reality, then Here s what to do about it The steps shared were simple and actionable, and they re ones I could see myself implementing I read this book because I was needing some inspiration and affirmation, and it so did that for me Thanks to NetGalley for the sneak peek, and I d highly encourage y all to check this one out when it s released in February flag Like see review Jan 20, 2019 Kasey rated it liked it Shelves 2019 to read Note that I read a copy of an uncorrected proof so the actual book may be different I also have watched Reshma Saujani s TED talk and I felt like this book was an extension of the talk There weren t new points for me, but then I ve been reading books on topics like these for quite some time I think women who need that push of encouragement would like this book The only thing I found kind of.iffy conflating Hillary Clinton with Barack Obama You can t compare a woman and man without Note that I read a copy of an uncorrected proof so the actual book may be different I also have watched Reshma Saujani s TED talk and I felt like this book was an extension of the talk There weren t new points for me, but then I ve been reading books on topics like these for quite some time I think women who need that push of encouragement would like this book The only thing I found kind of.iffy conflating Hillary Clinton with Barack Obama You can t compare a woman and man without factoring in their race Although I understand that the book focuses on women, I did wish intersectionality was touched upon flag Like see review Jan 18, 2019 Mel rated it really liked it I enjoyed reading this book, and it served as a good reminder to chose bravery instead of letting perfect be the enemy of good I also enjoyed hearing about Reshma Saujani s background running for Congress, and the other stories she had of people struggling between bravery and perfection This book is also a quick, light read.The book is, at times, a little repetitive, and doesn t quite hit the mark with being concrete in suggestions I felt it could use a little organization and a lit I enjoyed reading this book, and it served as a good reminder to chose bravery instead of letting perfect be the enemy of good I also enjoyed hearing about Reshma Saujani s background running for Congress, and the other stories she had of people struggling between bravery and perfection This book is also a quick, light read.The book is, at times, a little repetitive, and doesn t quite hit the mark with being concrete in suggestions I felt it could use a little organization and a little meat.That said, I think it could be a helpful book to someone, and possibly would ve benefited me a few years ago so than now flag Like see review Oct 23, 2018 Victoria rated it it was amazing Shelves self help, strong female, crazy awesome I recognized myself so much in this book Not wanting to leave the comfort of a position just because its familiar, taking the safer route, not wanting to rock the boat etc I think Reshma did a great job researching the book and providing detailed small steps to becoming brave and embracing imperfection I would recommend this book to all women, and especially teen girls flag Like see review Jan 20, 2019 Victoria rated it liked it I have watched Reshma Saujani s TED talk and I feel this book is an extension of the talk Both are such an inspiration for women who feel stuck in the loop of disappointments and tries to get everything done perfectly I feel it is a little bit too long and I was puzzled about some examples that Reshma Saujani mentioned in the book Overall it s a good book and the author s credentials add value to every word in it flag Like see review Oct 24, 2018 Lynn Stevens rated it really liked it I enjoyed this book a great deal as I could also relate to it How many times did I have to hear act like a lady growing up Not just from family members, but from society as a whole Too many to count And, unfortunately, I hear it still today when it comes to my daughter She s such a pretty girl or She s such a perfect young lady for example Granted my daughter is beautiful and has great manners, but she s so much Despite our best efforts teaching her how to be brave, she is sti I enjoyed this book a great deal as I could also relate to it How many times did I have to hear act like a lady growing up Not just from family members, but from society as a whole Too many to count And, unfortunately, I hear it still today when it comes to my daughter She s such a pretty girl or She s such a perfect young lady for example Granted my daughter is beautiful and has great manners, but she s so much Despite our best efforts teaching her how to be brave, she is still struggling with perfectionism Saujani offers great insight on dealing with this and her honesty is refreshing Her examples ie the perfect selfie of how perfectionism affects the modern female add a layer of enlightenment to the text I highly recommend reading this even if you were raised brave, because it may help you understand those who are trying to be perfect flag Like see review Oct 30, 2018 Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves book hangovers Received an unedited copy A perfect book for me to read in the first weeks of my new job flag Like see review Dec 18, 2018 Michelle Olms rated it it was amazing Great book flag Like see review Susan Francis rated it really liked it Aug 25, 2018 Isley Forrester rated it it was amazing Nov 05, 2018 Molly rated it really liked it Nov 25, 2018 Jan 28, 2019 Arun marked it as to read Shelves women led pov Always wanted to read her thoughts in long form after watching her TED talk Looking forward to it flag Like see review Kelly rated it liked it Dec 13, 2018 tesla adrianne rated it liked it Dec 30, 2018 Kavya Jain rated it it was amazing Oct 17, 2018 Sep 29, 2018 Boz rated it really liked it Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one s courage Anais Nin In this book, author and creator of Girls Who Code Reshma Saujani discusses how at a young age, girls are socialized to be perfect, to play it safe, to be people pleasers, while boys are encourage to get their hands dirty and try multiple things, regardless if they fail or not Using her personal experience, referencing research studies, and interviews with several women, Saujani seeks to find out what it means to be brave and Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one s courage Anais Nin In this book, author and creator of Girls Who Code Reshma Saujani discusses how at a young age, girls are socialized to be perfect, to play it safe, to be people pleasers, while boys are encourage to get their hands dirty and try multiple things, regardless if they fail or not Using her personal experience, referencing research studies, and interviews with several women, Saujani seeks to find out what it means to be brave and strives to change the mindset of young women into being brave in different aspects of their lives This is a very inspirational, eye opening book that had confronts this type of thinking in women several times throughout this book, I found myself saying, Wow, I do think that all the time We re living in a time where women are being encouraged than ever to use their voices and this book will continue to build upon the movement.I received this book in exchange for a review from the publisher flag Like see review Nov 04, 2018 Amanda rated it it was amazing A must read for modern women, coping with the crushing weight of expectations from all sides For fans of Brene Brown and Anne Lamott Many thanks to NetGalley, the publisher, and the author for my ARC All opinions are my own flag Like see review Jan 29, 2019 Heather Marie rated it it was amazing Bravery, on the other hand, is a pursuit that adds to your life everything perfection once threatened to take away authentic joy a sense of genuine accomplishment ownership of your fears and the grit to face them down an openness to new adventures and possibilities acceptance of all the mistakes, gaffes, flubs, and flaws that make you interesting, and that make your life uniquely yours Brave, not Perfect is a nugget of perfection wrapped in a bravery bow So much of what Reshma honed in o Bravery, on the other hand, is a pursuit that adds to your life everything perfection once threatened to take away authentic joy a sense of genuine accomplishment ownership of your fears and the grit to face them down an openness to new adventures and possibilities acceptance of all the mistakes, gaffes, flubs, and flaws that make you interesting, and that make your life uniquely yours Brave, not Perfect is a nugget of perfection wrapped in a bravery bow So much of what Reshma honed in on hit me square on the head I ve always been a if I can t do it perfectly, I m not doing it person And man have I missed out on some great things Her matter of fact lessons and simple ha easier said than done suggestions are really thought provoking I actually have a notebook full of notes from this book and I fully plan on integrating trying to be brave Even if for nothing than to show my three daughters that they can be brave It s not okay for our girls to grow up in a world that tells them they have to starve themselves to meet some unrealistic standard of beauty, or that getting a degree in computer programming or speaking their minds is the exclusive domain of boys We need to create a better world for them and for ourselves, and I believe we do this by defining bravery on our own terms one cause, one goal, one failure, one hot dog in a world of princesses at a time We change the world by cultivating the bravery that lives inside each and every one of us I mean this is it right here I m constantly trying to get my girls to be whoever they want, who cares what others think I may be implementing a whole house Brave not Perfect exercise Yeah this is one book that s getting a full 5 5stars from me flag Like see review Pam Noreika rated it liked it Jan 06, 2019 Sep 30, 2018 Melissa rated it really liked it This is a very interesting read, I appreciated the author s point of view It is worth the time to read thank you for the opportunity to review this book flag Like see review Dustin King rated it it was amazing Jan 21, 2019 Nihal Mehta rated it it was amazing Dec 30, 2018 Andrea rated it it was amazing Jan 30, 2019 Afton Mortensen rated it liked it Jan 02, 2019 Aashita Shah rated it really liked it Jan 05, 2019 Nicole rated it it was amazing Nov 12, 2018 Shannon Lowry rated it really liked it Dec 27, 2018 new 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        Reshma Saujani is the Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national non profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does With their 7 week Summer Immersion Program, 2 week specialized Campus Program, after school Clubs, and a 13 book New York Times best selling series, they are leading the movement to inspire, educate, Reshma Saujani is the Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national non profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does With their 7 week Summer Immersion Program, 2 week specialized Campus Program, after school Clubs, and a 13 book New York Times best selling series, they are leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities By the end of the 2018 academic year, Girls Who Code will have reached over 50 thousand girls in all 50 states and several US territories The results speak for themselves 88% of alumni have declared a CS major minor or are interested in CS because of Girls Who CodeReshma began her career as an attorney and activist In 2010, she surged onto the political scene as the first Indian American woman to run for U.S Congress During the race, Reshma visited local schools and saw the gender gap in computing classes firsthand, which led her to start Girls Who Code She has also served as Deputy Public Advocate for New York City and ran a spirited campaign for Public Advocate in 2013.Reshma s TED talk, Teach girls, bravery not perfection, has than three million views and has sparked a national conversation about how we re raising our girls She is the author of two books, Girls Who Code Learn to Code and Change the World, the first in a 13 book series about girls and coding which debuted as a New York Times bestseller, and Women Who Don t Wait In Line, in which she advocates for a new model of female leadership focused on embracing risk and failure, promoting mentorship and sponsorship, and boldly charting your own course personally and professionally Reshma is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Harvard s Kennedy School of Government, and Yale Law School She s been named one of Fortune s World s Greatest Leaders, Fortune s 40 Under 40, a WSJ Magazine Innovator of the Year, one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York by the New York Daily News, CNBC s Next List, Forbes s Most Powerful Women Changing the World, Fast Company s 100 Most Creative People, Crain s New York 40 Under 40, Ad Age s Creativity 50, Business Insider s 50 Women Who Are Changing the World, City State s Rising Stars, and an AOL PBS Next MAKER Saujani serves on the Board of Overseers for the International Rescue Committee, which provides aid to refugees and those impacted by humanitarian crises, and She Should Run, which seeks to increase the number of women in public leadership Reshma lives in New York City with her husband, Nihal, their son, Shaan, and their bulldog, Stanley


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    1. An outstanding personal development self help growth book about the ways men and women are cued to behave differently Women, so frequently, 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 perfection.Short, succinct, and doesn An [...]


    2. Thank you to NetGalley, Currency, and Reshma Saujani for an ARC ebook copy to review As always, an honest review from me Like A self help business book for woman without being overly technical or dry She launched Girls Who Code and ran for political office Gives a voice to all the things that so many women experience Love Incredibly relatable That bravery is a muscle the you use it, the stronger your bravery muscle will be The author s voice writing style professional, authori Thank you to NetG [...]


    3. What a fantastic book 4.5 stars.Reshma Saujani s TED talk was recommended to me by several colleagues at work, so when I saw the book, I knew a little about its premise I have two boys, and yet, I am a girl So it was quite interesting reading this book with both my mom filter on and as a woman myself I ve already recommended it to all the parents I know, because so much of this book is about highlighting behavior that exists in a way that feels indoctrinated Things we don t do consciously What a [...]


    4. More reviews and book ish content Club Book Mobile Andrea RBKBrave, Not Perfect Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder by Reshma Saujani was a book that I just needed in my life It was a beautiful reflection on the realities of how our own aspirations can get in the way This book focuses on reframing eliminating perfectionist thinking Rather than expecting that we have to have flawless execution, she really stresses that there is power and joy in learning in the journey She talks abo More reviews [...]


    5. Note that I read a copy of an uncorrected proof so the actual book may be different I also have watched Reshma Saujani s TED talk and I felt like this book was an extension of the talk There weren t new points for me, but then I ve been reading books on topics like these for quite some time I think women who need that push of encouragement would like this book The only thing I found kind of.iffy conflating Hillary Clinton with Barack Obama You can t compare a woman and man without Note that I re [...]


    6. I enjoyed reading this book, and it served as a good reminder to chose bravery instead of letting perfect be the enemy of good I also enjoyed hearing about Reshma Saujani s background running for Congress, and the other stories she had of people struggling between bravery and perfection This book is also a quick, light read.The book is, at times, a little repetitive, and doesn t quite hit the mark with being concrete in suggestions I felt it could use a little organization and a lit I enjoyed [...]


    7. I recognized myself so much in this book Not wanting to leave the comfort of a position just because its familiar, taking the safer route, not wanting to rock the boat etc I think Reshma did a great job researching the book and providing detailed small steps to becoming brave and embracing imperfection I would recommend this book to all women, and especially teen girls.


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