Ankur Warikoo’s latest book, “Get Epic Shit Done,” follows in the footsteps of his previous work, catering to a Gen Z audience and presenting relatable content in a simple, easy-to-understand manner. However, it may not resonate as strongly with more mature readers who have already encountered similar concepts.
Warikoo has distilled the key ideas of major popular books into 2-4 line summaries and presents them in a Q&A format that simplifies the reading experience. Divided into four parts, the book attempts to answer 36 common life questions that people face daily but may not know how to approach.
Written in an accessible language that flows easily, the book presents a teacher-student dynamic that encourages readers to relate to the material. It addresses every aspect of human life, from the start of the day until its end, and can be beneficial to students, employees, and self-employed individuals alike.
The audiobook version of “Get Epic Shit Done,” narrated by the author himself, adds a new dimension to the reading experience, with a melodious cadence and intonation that make it an enjoyable listen. As an audiobook, it is easy to consume, making it a great option for those who don’t have the time to sit and read.
One of the biggest advantages of this book is that it serves as a reference guide long after the first read, much like a personal life manual. This makes it a valuable investment for those who want to keep coming back to it for guidance and inspiration.
One of the standout lines from the book is “The teacher has appeared,” which encapsulates the book’s approach to presenting material that readers can connect with on a personal level.
In summary, if you’re looking to start reading self-help books and want something straightforward and easy to understand, “Get Epic Shit Done” could be an excellent option. I personally picked it up as a natural derivative of the author’s debut book, “Do Epic Shit”.
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