Martin Kihn: Asshole How I Got Rich Happy by Not Giving a Damn About Anyone How You Can Too



This is a fun novel plenty of subtle absurdity and uite humorous I enjoyed it but it s certainly not the best thing one can read I liked it it was a bit slow but I guess the book meant to me cause of the stage of my life that I m currently at Thought it takes an asshole to move forward only to realize that it adds no real value in the end which is inda the point the author is trying to illustrate I don t normally review a book before I ve finished reading it but this is one of those times I would place it on the top of my list of books everyone must read but for two reasons I won t First of all because I don t think most people need any help being assholes one look at social media will show you this is true Secondly I want to be top asshole so if I could buy up every copy of this The Medieval Forest kidnap Mr Kihn andeep the secrets of assholery all to myself I would But since I don t want to be in prison and become someone else s asshole I think I ll just leave a stellar review and eep it at that Now for the next half of the book Eh 35 Pretty funny Although I am already an asshole I got tips on how to become a better one This was actually uite an enjoyable book to read and once I realized that it s very unlikely that the author is attempting to be prescriptive to his readers one can enjoy the stories much I think if the subtitle got rid of the and how you can too it would be at least a 4 star book A nice rendition of a guy s life who was a pushover and started taking ownership of his life If I gave the book a higher rating I probably wouldn t be asshole. Nice guys pushovers soft touches and suckersTired of being walked all over When the waiter brings you something you didn’t.

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Ance abuse adultery and smiling Kihn finds himself a role model the Nemesis a classic jerk at the office a life coach typical advice Walk bigger and starts putting his philosophy into action Laying out his narrative in ten steps Kihn s experiments take him into the boxing ring through dog training into public confrontation and naturally toward wisdom success and happiness Kihn is generally funny especially in goofy asides like Meditation for Assholes affirmations include I constantly feel a nameless dread which inspires me but in eeping with the theme he s often crude Whether it works ultimately will depend on one s reaction to the ending in which Kihn Learns a Valuable Lesson Like an above average Adam Sandler movie this mix of racy humor and overt sentiment will probably get both a bigger audience and less credit than it deserves Look this is one of the best books I ve ever read Like the author I was fed up with being the nice guy and decided to do something about it Here are some ey takeaways Don t smile walk bigger complain an asshole is a go getter he s got places to go and people to not care about I am never wrongWhat I ve learned in putting all of this into practice is that being either too nice or too much of an asshole sucks you need to find a balance Too bad the book goes to complete shit starting with the fitness chapter I don t remember the chapter number and can t be bothered to look it up even though I m sitting right next to the book This book still deserves a solid five stars but I m giving it one star because I m an asshole. Are because of course you need this book Watch and learn as this one time softy transforms himself into a lean mean a hole machin.

Enough for him anyways uite entertaining and a bit inspiring Reminds me a bit of Fight Club Although the punch is pulled a bit in the end I found myself working out my own inner asshole and becoming dominant and assertive Definitely for Mr Nice Guy people like me who are prone to getting walked over Audiobook 2nd listen 2020 Original listen was back in 2016 in the middle of flight school I found this book incredibly enlightening in many of the ways people were getting ahead or taking advantage of normal mellow individuals myself included It was crazy to see all the strings behind the scenes that people were using to manipulate others but even crazier to see how it was all the same games that bullies played as ids While I certainly won t advocate for adding assholes to this world it s important for people to understand the games they play to prevent victimization You ll never convince someone to stop being an asshole but you can make definitely make yourself a harder target Well worth the 55 stars as I still think this is a book all people should read I just read an interesting interview with this author about his book It looks funny satirical and maybe even practical This strange semi parodic business self help memoir from author and journalist Kihn formerly of Spy magazine details the writer s attempt to throw off at age 40 the nice guy habits that were Bloody Bones (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, killing him defects like consideration politeness giving a fuck what you think and discover the winning Asshole within After setting some ground rules Things I Would Not Do including subst. Order do you assume henows bestAre you ready to demand the respect you deserve Martin Kihn doesn’t care what your answers.

Martin Kihn is a writer digital marketer dog lover balletomane and spiritual athlete He was born in Zambia grew up in suburban Michigan has a BA in Theater Studies from Yale and an MBA from Columbia Business School His articles have appeared in New York the New York Times G Us Details Cosmopolitan and Forbes among many others and he was on the staff of Spy Forbes New York and Vibe