Badass Hit One Million!

I interrupt my irregularly scheduled videos to make an announcement of huge holy crapness and teary gratitude:

    You Are a Badass just hit the ONE MILLION in print mark!

 

We’ve gone Platinum y’all!

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This means that one million copies of my little yellow soldier of love have been released into the world (and that’s just counting those in the dear ole USA actually, the number is even higher internationally).

Why? Because of YOU, oh hallowed buyer and reader of the Badassery! You went out and invested your time, money and belief in your own greatness.

You understand that there is something inside of you that is so totally magnificent and worthy of nurturing and sharing with your fellow creatures on Planet Earth. And for this I am clinging to your ankles in endless thanks.

IMPORTANT NOTE AND FURTHER PROOF OF YOUR AWESOMENESS: We got to the one million mark by word of mouth. One million books because of your big beautiful mouth, because of your desire to help not only yourself, but to help the people in your life be all the Badass they can be.

Hello! In the world of authorly dreams come true, this is as large as it gets, Marge.

So as we hurtle towards Thanksgiving, I am thanking you, oh great one, for all you’ve done. The fact that we hit this milestone right before the release of Badass book #2: You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth (coming in April from Viking), has inspired me to conjure up as much writing mightiness as I can to make that book worthy of the likes of you.

Here’s to seeing all the big-hearted, conscious, compassionate people of the world shining like the big ass balls of fire they were meant to be! And to seeing all your dreams come true, too.

One million thanks to you!!!

AND NOW, THE BADASS NEWS THIS WEEK:

1.) You Are a Badass is featured in SELF Magazine’s expletive-filled holiday gift guide:

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2.) A bunch of people have mentioned You Are a Badass on their YouTube Videos:
• Recommended by Michelle King in “October 2016 Favorites”
• Recommended by Badasses Without Borders: “How to Live like you give a F••k , Part 6 – You are a Badass”
• Featured in Zachary Watson’s video, “Learning to Love Myself with Jen Sincero”
• Recommended in Inspire Joy’s video, “Team Inspire Joy Chats: Personal Development”
• Recommended by Dannie Antionette in her video, “Goal Settings Tips & Tricks | Wine Talk Wednesday”
• Recommended by Beyond Kale Fit in her video, “Badass Women Circle”

3.) Podcasts
• Mentioned on The Vibrant Health Podcast: “The VH Podcast, Episode 41: A Farewell to Jessica”

4.) We’ve gotten a slew of write ups in the following outlets of awesomeness:
• Featured by Tonia Steck on FO40.com: “You are a Badass”

• Recommended by Fit Chicks Texas: “5 Self Improvement Books You Should Read Right NOW”
• Reviewed by Amber at Reviews by Amber: “You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero”
• Quoted by Abbey at Moddie Blog: “Overwhelmed.”
• Mentioned by BJ Sheldon in her interview with Catherine Milos: “Author Spotlight: BJ Sheldon”
• Recommended by Erin at erin.may.henry: “Self Development Books That Wont Make You Cringe”
• Mentioned by Dee at Dee Deadly: “If You Aren’t Happy, Make A Change”
• Quoted by Sense + Sagacity: “The Beginning”
• Mentioned by Kobie at Moody and Medicated: “Things I’m loving: October”
• Discussed in Lauren Eliz’s post, “How to Be a Badass” at What is Perfection
• Mentioned in “A happy mind: Battling mental illness” at Something Good Magazine
• Recommended by Jenna at sweetlittlesundays: “You Are A Badass”
• Reviewed by be*YOU*tiful chick: “You Are A Badass”
• Mentioned by Demeshia Jackson at The Orange Elephant: “Discovering The BADASS Within Me”
• Recommended by Le Monsieur Eclectique: “#BlackExcellenceBooklist”
• Mentioned by Ashley at One Fine Day: “Thursday’s Thoughts”
• Recommended by Christina Myers at Her Campus at SMU: “5 Inspiring and Encouraging Books You Need to Read Right Now”
• Listed in “Life Changing Books” at Redhead Ranting
• Recommended at hohnsteins.blogspot.com: “Live Big (New Title)”
• Recommended by Melissa Kolb in “#girlbossseries: Fit Fearless Happy” at Land of Hope and Dreams
• Mentioned by Kristin at Modish & Main: “Currently Reading 2.0”
• Recommended by Kim at The Ratio of Failures: “Objects (and Obstacles) May Appear Larger Than They Are”
• Recommended by Raquel at The Cool Mom: “The 6 Books Every Creative Person Needs To Read”
• Recommended by Mason Grimes: “Practicing Gratitude and Positive Manifestation”
• Mentioned by Laura in her post, “You Are a Badass” at Laura Lily
• Recommended by Eva Wislow at Addicted 2 Success: “5 Inspirational Books That Will Boost Your Growth”
• Recommended by Allie at The Journey Junkie: “9 Inspirational, Boss Babe, Fuel Your Soul, Must-Read Books”
• Recommended by Andrea at Our Beautahful World: “Pushing My Comfort Zone”
• Mentioned by Tay at The Daily Tay: “Life Changing Magic of Being a Badass”
• Recommended by Franki at Ashle Gryre: “Shop Gal Feature: Franki”
• Recommended by Fargo Inc!: “What Fargo Business Owners Are Reading”
• Quoted at Mark Brodinsky in his post: “The Sunday Series (125), with Mark Brodinsky”
• Recommended by Jordan Harlynn: “Jen Sincero Wrote My Bible”
• Recommended by Jeremie Davis at Her Campus at Salisbury: “4 Self-Help Books to Read this Fall”
• Recommended by Dorie at The Silver Linings
• Quoted by Tanny at Ghosts & Heroes
• Recommended by Sabrina at loveyourlegacy.com
• Mentioned at Redhead Ranting: “What a Difference a Coat of Paint Makes!”
• Recommended at Peaches + Salt: “Top 5 #BossLady Books”
• Featured in Tam’s post at Simple Things: “Be kind to yourself.”
• Recommended by Brittany Taormina at Young Hollywood: “3 Must-Read Books For Living A Positive Life!”

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1 Comment
  1. Reply

    Congrats Jen!! What a great milestone and certainly deserving. My I get your opinion on a book, however? What are your thoughts on “The subtle art of not giving a …” He goes at great depths saying we need to embrace negativity not ignore it. Do you agree at all? How does this fit into your framework?

 

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