Hi. Today I’m reviewing The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Gillebeau. I hope I’m saying that right. Yes. I like this book very much. I’m somewhat wary of self-help books simply because you tend to see the same advice over and over, right? Well, I think he even acknowledges upfront that a lot of what he has to say is stuff that you’ve heard before.Maybe. Maybe I’m thinking of another book.
Okay, here’s a (somewhat hilarious) summary of my reading plus an announcement.
Speaker 1 discusses a book they’ve read called “The Art of Non-Conformity”. The book encourages readers to think for themselves and not just follow the crowd, using the metaphor of jumping off a bridge because everyone else is doing it. The speaker emphasizes the importance of questioning expectations and obligations, and making deliberate choices to think differently. They also mention that their own books are available on Amazon for a limited time, but will be removed at the end of the year due to issues with Amazon’s distribution. Speaker 2 appears to be part of a different conversation, discussing being a free individual and not just a number.
OMFG! I can’t stop laughing.
Hi everyone. Well, today I’m going to read you a prologue from a book I just got out of the library called The Art of Non-Conformity, which sounds like a contradiction in terms until you read what’s in here. Prologue, sorry.