Tired of Bullshit Holding You Back from the Greatness You Deserve?
Whether it's bullshit excuses, limiting belief systems, or the hidden blind spots created by a biased brain keeping you stuck in mediocrity, the barrier of BS is the reason the current reality of your life pales in comparison to the potential possibility of the greatness you were made for.
Part poetry, part smart-ass humor, and a heavy dose of practical empowerment, Break Through Your BS is the sobering slap across the face and the compassionate kick in the ass you've been needing to finally wake up and stop letting your BS hold you back.
Are You Willing to Play?
This book is a game. A journey. An experience where you'll discover....
So Now You Have a Choice....
Would you rather be bound by your BS or use this book as but one tool to help you discover how to unleash your greatness?
The choice is yours....
©2015 Derek Doepker (P)2016 Derek Doepker
Derek is a smart guy and I share most of his view points but I didn't finish this book feeling as though I'd learnt anything new (I feel that I'm more enlightened than most, so maybe this would be more helpful to someone who hasn't properly reflected on these topics). Still, always good to be reminded of the things he mentions here in his book. Thank you Derek! Good listen!
"You'll need a shovel...."
The author has a brilliant approach to exposing your BS. In fact, you're left with no choice except to acknowledge its existence and then what you do from there is up to you. You aren't left hanging, quite the opposite, you'll know the next steps to take.
The information is awesome, but the brilliance is really in the delivery. The passion of the author comes through and tagged with the occasional joke here and there, it keeps the energy and flow going in such a way that it's as entertaining as it is educational.
You'll be shoveling through your BS and living a more enlightened existence in no time.
Loved it! It was almost as if he were a better version of me who could decipher and expound upon ancient wisdom passed down from all different resources! He elaborated and related ideas on a more practical level than most other authors of self-help books I've read!
"Great driving companion"
I listed to this as I was driving back-and-fourth to work. #ThehashtagsABitAnnoyingDerek
Overall I really enjoyed the book and his passion and listening to his voice
This audiobook has some decent points, sits in a basis of Buddhism and living in the now.
Unfortunately, Derek Doepker's narration is overwrought and overacted. When he strives to make a point, his tone and volume rises like a bad community theater actor who equates an important soliloquy to voice volume. Likewise, when he feels his point is made and to let it sink in, he gets artificially intimate.
All in all, the narration takes away from some pretty simple and — yes — useful stuff. But the performance itself is really distracting. At times, it feels like he's auditioning for the role of a motivational speaker.
I kept thinking it would get better, that he would relax into the information. He doesn't. Had to bail halfway through.
"Great book, too many #'s"
Excellent information, forces you to see things in many different ways. If you are willing to receive the information it will expand you and your thought process in a very healthy positive way.
The author tries to be a little hip , snarky and funny and it takes away from / interferes with the overall message. Which is great I might add.
#get rid of the hashtags and stop talking like my 16 year old daughter #just sayin'
"Man this is crap"
Where do I start. First, I took a chance on this book after some positive reviews. I really think those reviews were either paid for or friends of the author. This author really doesn't bring anything new to the table. I have listened to half of this, and can honestly say, if you purchased this book, you will be disappointed. The author is nothing more than a 15 or 16 year old with all of his "hashtags". No one can be taken seriously that consistently has hashtag in their writing. Maybe one or two, but this is overkill. The author has to use cursing to make his point (not a prude) but really! He also probably should not have read his own book, but maybe he offered it to someone else, and they declined because of content. There is so much wrong with this book that it would take a full page. If you buy this book, don't say you weren't warned.
"Break on through to the other side!"
i love break through your bullshit. i love the author and how he questions his own questions. If you're on the personal development journey and you've run into a roadblcok. pick up this book itll guide you
"A personally enlightening journey!"
If you can get beyond the hashtags this is a deeply enriching book. A book worth reading several times. The author teaches how he has worked past his own struggles which teaches me how to work past mine. Loaded with usable content!
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