QuickRead presents a summary of "Get Your Sh*t Together" by Sarah Knight:
Learn how to stop worrying about what you should do so you can finish what you need to do and start doing what you want to do.
Welcome to Get Your Shit Together, before you keep reading you should know a few things. First, this is not a traditional self-help book. Instead, think about this as more of a "let Sarah help you help yourself" help book. In other words, Sarah is here to offer "help" when your "self" gets in the way. I mean, if you could help yourself, you would've done it by now, right? Second, this book is not about cleaning up your physical messes in your life. You won't be getting tips about how to gather your shit, thank it for its service, and sending it off to the Salvation Army or Goodwill. Instead, you'll be learning how to tidy up your mental clutter like your career, finances, creative pursuits, relationships, and health. Sarah thinks of this book as a "delightfully profane one-stop-shop for tidying your mind - and making your life easier and better." No matter where you are in your life, whether you're in a rut with your career, finances, or your health, you have the power to hoist yourself out of your rut and begin living the life you want, and deserve, to live. As you read, you'll learn "how to set goals, how to push through small annoyances and thorny obstacles to meet those goals, and then how to imagine and achieve even bigger goals that you may not, until now, have thought possible."