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“Authors pretend their stories were always shiny and perfect and just waiting to be written. The truth is, writing is this: hard and boring and occasionally great, but usually not. Even I have lied about writing.” - Amy Poehler, Yes Please I just about cackled my lil buns off the first time I heard Amy say that (thanks to audio books for existing so that I could hear Amy Poehler read her own book TO me while I laughed right along with her). The preface to her book is basically a whole lot of book-writing honesty aaaand I love her for it. Aaaaand I’m gonna go ahead and say I fully believe her. {NAME}, writing a (good) book is hard. It’s a work of art, a work of HEART, and often, a work of genius. It’s not easy to care about something and have to edit it and rip it apart and piece it back together over and over and over again. But people do hard things. People accomplish big, amazing things! We’re SO CREATIVE AND SMART! *claps a lot* And that is why I’m here to do a JSYK book drop right into your digital lap because—and I am so honored to say this—people that I know and love have done the hard and wonderful thing: they wrote books. And we should all read them and know about them! Consider this my lil informal book club—some are available if you want to start reading them ASAP! The best part? All of these incredible authors have also appeared on The Goal Digger Podcast, so if you want to do a quick search to hear their interviews, click here and use the little search box to find their episodes! Here's a quick run down so you can go check them out! Tiffany Aliche, The Budgetnista, just dropped her knowledge and wisdom in her book, [Get Good with Money!]( She’s a down-to-earth financial genius, especially when it comes to helping us get smart and less afraid of tackling our biggest money problems. Plus, she’s got the warmest heart and soul! Luvvie’s showing up to be a [Professional Troublemaker]( in her new book! Luvvie is utterly hilarious and such a guiding light in a world of chaos. She’s basically the epitome of gumption and even two minutes soaking up her skills of wit, strength, and bravery will leave you better than you began. Does Kathie Lee Gifford even need an introduction!? I mean, c’mon! She’s KATHIE LEE! And she knows a thing or three about taking back the pen and rewriting your story at any stage of life in her new book [It’s Never Too Late](. Candice Kumai HAS to be your go-to master of all things food and wellness! She’s a wellspring (no pun intended!) of taking care of yourself in seriously accessible and applicable ways. Candice’s new book, [Kintsugi Wellness](, will guide you through nourishing your WHOLE self! Jamie Kern Lima, I am *still* applauding your greatness, your new book, [Believe IT](, your game-changing products, and your life’s work so far— and um, I’m probably gonna just keep applauding you forever! Jamie truly is unstoppable, so read her book and join the applauding-for-Jamie club (and unlock your own unstoppable self!). My friend, Tony award-winning actress, Ali Stroker, just dropped a super heartfelt middle-grade novel called, [The Chance to Fly]( about a girl who uses a wheelchair for mobility and chooses to defy expectations (and gravity) as she pursues her passions for theater. This is one I can’t wait for Coco to read someday! Speaking of cheering each other on—that’s the heartbeat of Natalie Franke’s new book (currently available for pre-order), [Built to Belong!]( In a world of fear-based decisions and bonding over the common enemy, I agree, Natalie—we’re so much better when we choose to rise together. And that’s some of what my nightstand book stack looks like right now! I’m excited for you to pick something that speaks to you and dig in. We’re supporting each other's hard work together and that helps us all go far, right? Women doing amazing, challenging, creative, powerful, seemingly-impossible, world-changing, life-touching things... well, that’s a beautiful sight to behold! Let me know which one you start with! Jenna The links above are affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commision should you decide to buy one of the books. (But it doesn't increase the price for you at all!) [Unsubscribe]( Jenna Kutcher 340 S Lemon Ave #4227 Walnut, California 91789 United States

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