When I first saw the name of this book my first
reaction was‘oh my.. that’s self- confidence’ and was intrigued as many would be. Upon reading it, there is a good message to share and help each of us get out of our self-imposed, yes self-imposed prisons.
I have come to know recently, that the more stuff you have the more you are responsible for, and recently, I find myself refusing things and
offers I would have accepted in the past, simply because at my age I just don’t want to care for any more realistically useless stuff. This book reflects that belief, much to my delight, and takes it to the next level in a thorough and easy to comprehend way. It brings to light, and creates awareness some of our generational, societal and self- imposed prisons. Without giving too much away, this surprising gem is a roadmap of awareness to our prisons, our blocks, how to break through the blocks of such important walls of our stories, fears, self-doubt, lack of consciousness, perfectionism, and more. The author, John C. Parkin has an amusing and creative way with words that are entertaining in themselves. You are given a guide to the breakout tools of letting go, going for it, and the ‘two in one’ handy tool by saying F**k it to what others think (certainly a prison). There are many tools, some obvious and some new , and If you pay attention and read to the end, this book will offer insight to everyone, no matter why you purchase this book, to help you say f**k it appropriately and really mean it. I highly
recommend this book to anyone who has prisons (who doesn’t) they want to break out of.
Jeanie Beresford NTP