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The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau
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Jan 03, 12

Read in January, 2012

It is a good jolt for people who have chosen to live routinely and accepted status quo as the norm. Not that living routinely or accepting status quo is anything bad, but if you have been living routinely and accepting status quo as a compromise and you are not happy about it, then there is definitely something wrong. This book offers you some inspiration and motivate you to live your life, not the way people expect you to, but the way you would want it to.

One of the more repeated phrases in the book;
You don't have to live your life the way other people expect you to.

I do not know Chris personally, but I have read his blog time to time. The materials in this book does seems to match what he is doing with his life (updated in his blog), and therefore, I consider him as a person who walk his talk.

What to expect if you read this book;
- Some ideas on how to get closer to your "perfect" day
- Motivation to embrace more of life
- Inspiration to consider your purposes here on Earth, apart from living a good life for yourself
- Good personal stories that you might relate to
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