You Can Have It All, Just Not at the Same Damn Time
You Can Have It All, Just Not at the Same Damn Time is the follow-up title to Neustadt’s previous book, Get Over Your Damn Self. It’s fiery, sassy, and funny, but loses it when it comes to the actual advice.
In summary, Neustadt advises readers to know their worth (good), stop wasting their time/selling themselves short (again, good), and hire out anything you don’t want to do in order to free up time to run your business (wait, what? Pay someone? When I’m struggling already?). While this sounds like good advice, for readers dealing in hundreds of dollars, not hundreds of thousands of dollars, it doesn’t seem financially feasible.
This book does a good job of encouraging women to live a more authentic life by saying no, cutting out toxic relationships, and practicing personal forgiveness. Neustadt is incredibly motivating to read, with her sassy, girlfriend-y style, and has some good practices to help readers dig deep, but I feel the meat of her message isn’t practical.
You Can Have It All, Just Not at the Same Damn Time means well and is well-written, engaging, and funny, but it misses the mark for the rest of us.
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