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Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start? Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but after the initial excitement wanes you struggle to follow through? If you're creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes. The problem isn't you. It's not that you're not hardworking, intelligent or deserving, but that you haven't yet installed the one key belief that will Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start? Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but after the initial excitement wanes you struggle to follow through? If you're creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes. The problem isn't you. It's not that you're not hardworking, intelligent or deserving, but that you haven't yet installed the one key belief that will change everything: Everything is figureoutable. Whether you want to leave a dead-end job, heal a relationship, grow a business, master your money, or just find two free hours in your day, Everything is Figureoutable will train your brain to think more positively and help you break down any dream into manageable steps. Inside you'll learn: - How to deal with criticism and imposter syndrome - Why it's crucial that you strive for progress not perfection - How to bounce back from failure - How to overcome a lack of time and money You'll also hear triumphant stories of everyday people using the everything is figureoutable philosophy to transform their life. Everything is figureoutable is more than just a fun phrase to say. It's a practical, actionable discipline. And it's about to make you unstoppable!


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Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start? Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but after the initial excitement wanes you struggle to follow through? If you're creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes. The problem isn't you. It's not that you're not hardworking, intelligent or deserving, but that you haven't yet installed the one key belief that will Do you ever have trouble finishing what you start? Do amazing ideas come to you all the time but after the initial excitement wanes you struggle to follow through? If you're creative and ambitious, the answer is likely yes. The problem isn't you. It's not that you're not hardworking, intelligent or deserving, but that you haven't yet installed the one key belief that will change everything: Everything is figureoutable. Whether you want to leave a dead-end job, heal a relationship, grow a business, master your money, or just find two free hours in your day, Everything is Figureoutable will train your brain to think more positively and help you break down any dream into manageable steps. Inside you'll learn: - How to deal with criticism and imposter syndrome - Why it's crucial that you strive for progress not perfection - How to bounce back from failure - How to overcome a lack of time and money You'll also hear triumphant stories of everyday people using the everything is figureoutable philosophy to transform their life. Everything is figureoutable is more than just a fun phrase to say. It's a practical, actionable discipline. And it's about to make you unstoppable!

30 review for Everything is Figureoutable: How One Simple Belief Can Help Us Overcome Any Obstacle and Create Unstoppable Success

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emily Caldwell

    The works of Brene Brown, Simon Sinek, and Elizabeth Gilbert have changed my worldview and, consequently, my life--absolutely for the better--so when I saw that all three recommended this book, I decided to give it a read. Unlike many of the reviewers I've read so far, I'd never heard of Marie Forleo before this week. I want to preface my review with a bit of my personal standpoint, because I do think that's relevant when it comes to self-help books. Most that I've read (or read many The works of Brene Brown, Simon Sinek, and Elizabeth Gilbert have changed my worldview and, consequently, my life--absolutely for the better--so when I saw that all three recommended this book, I decided to give it a read. Unlike many of the reviewers I've read so far, I'd never heard of Marie Forleo before this week. I want to preface my review with a bit of my personal standpoint, because I do think that's relevant when it comes to self-help books. Most that I've read (or read many reviews/quotes of and then decided NOT to read *cough*Rachel Hollis*cough*) were either heavy on the "pull yourself up by the bootstraps and get it done" mentality, or focused on slow, methodical healing of the mind and soul (often with the help of real-life therapies). As both a passionate entrepreneur and PTSD survivor, I personally tend to prefer books that fall somewhere in between--doing hard mindset work while also honoring your past and working through it, even when it means you are not creative or productive for a period of time. I am not a fan of the "pull yourself up by the bootstraps" method because when you leave the uncomfortable mental health stuff behind in favor of productivity, you end up falling short at some point. In other words, it's a method that works well, but it doesn't work long term. I found this book to lean toward a "leave the past in the past and do something with your life" mentality. Although there is plenty of mindset work within it (it's almost all mindset work, really)--it only very briefly hints at the idea of actual healing of the mind or soul. It's also generally pretty heavily steeped in positivity culture. My issue with this book is that I think ANY book that touts itself as being instrumental to helping overcome mental health, addiction, relationship problems--basically anything that has a high possibility of being rooted in depression or trauma--has. a. responsibility. The entire time I was reading this book, I was waiting for a mention of mental health: a chapter or blurb or even some "first steps" on how to first treat your depression, and then move on to Marie's methods for working through the accompanying addiction, relationship problems, getting back into the workforce, etc.--because at face value, her methods are nearly impossible to apply when creatively blocked due to depression (that's right, folks, telling yourself to just stop letting the past effect you WILL NOT help you process trauma!). I want to point out that Marie gave many examples of people who dealt with mountains of trauma and continued on to be highly productive, successful leaders in the world. And I think that's wonderful, but I believe using examples of overcoming trauma to promote any MINDSET work without acknowledging the effect that mental health has on the process is harmful... because trauma and depression live in the mind. It is true that at a few times, she even hinted at mental healing as being the "goal" that you're focused on while reading her book. But again, applying her methods to any mental health goals would be a pretty far reach because the work she's asking you do comes after healing, not before. I read this book pretty quickly because I found that most of Marie's advice just isn't applicable to me RIGHT NOW, as my current focus is my mental health (and again, from what I read about this book before purchasing, I was fully expecting this to be part of the book's journey). Marie instructs readers to stop and do the prompts (writing, not just thinking), and I did with the first two sets, but then decided to go back and do the rest further into my healing. Sure, I could in a pretty abstract way apply her "everything is figureoutable" theory to healing, but honestly, I found that this book mostly made me feel pretty bad about myself and my inability to focus on and complete her prompts. I truly believe that this book could do more harm than good for some people who are reading it with hopes of "figuring out" their depression, addiction, or relationship/social issues--and Marie does claim several times that her method works for such issues. I want to clarify that I don't think this book was bad, but I do wish that it were more specifically aimed at a productivity sector of self-help. I picked it up knowing that it was not specifically aimed at mental health, and that Marie is not a psychologist (as far as I know), but still hopeful that it would simply inspire me in the ways that other broad-spectrum self-help books have at times. Instead I found it a bit ableist and, because of that, hard to stomach. I WILL reread this book when I am able to follow along with the prompts and make use of it. I did find it inspiring and motivating at times. I found several methods and philosophies that I'm looking forward to applying in the future, particularly when it comes to making career decisions. As an entrepreneur, I absolutely 100% see the value in Marie's work, and I am even considering investing in her B-School in the future. I just don't think it's a healthy book for anyone who is struggling with mental health or trauma without a treatment plan already in place, and it will be particularly harmful for anyone who also struggles with feeling that their productivity is tied to their self-worth. It's very hard for me to apply a star rating to this book, because when I imagine any of my friends who struggle with mental health and self worth reading it, I want to give it 1 star. But the ambitious entrepreneur in me wants to give it a rave review and 5 stars, knowing that I have a whole other set of friends who would benefit greatly from this read. IF this book was being sold as a business/productivity book and not a broad-spectrum self-help book, this would be a very different review. But again, I think authors who are claiming their methods work for addiction and mental health issues have a responsibility to proceed with caution, and I don't feel that Marie did. Still, I am grateful to have discovered her work and look forward to applying it in the future.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Toner

    There were several good tidbits and reframes that were useful, but it read like a lit-crit written by a white woman completely unaware of her privilege. While she did acknowledge her immense privilege, I felt she bypassed the majority of it and it made her unrelatable. She cited poor women from countries in the developing world, and their struggles with abusive marriages and changing their lives. Then she talked about her own struggle- with learning to ride a Vespa while vacationing in Sicily??? There were several good tidbits and reframes that were useful, but it read like a lit-crit written by a white woman completely unaware of her privilege. While she did acknowledge her immense privilege, I felt she bypassed the majority of it and it made her unrelatable. She cited poor women from countries in the developing world, and their struggles with abusive marriages and changing their lives. Then she talked about her own struggle- with learning to ride a Vespa while vacationing in Sicily??? It felt all over the place to me. Most of the ideas are borrowed, regurgitated, or repeats of her podcast (which I’ve loved for a year now). Conveniently, most of the “figureoutable field notes” appear to be written by B-School Alumni as well. I love self-help books, but I think unconscious use of this book could cause people to bypass the incredible emotional and intellectual healing that can be done by digging deep and sitting with the mess- a la Brene Brown- before just “figuring it out.” I do, however, think there were gems and pearls of wisdom that are valuable for entrepreneurs- like myself. I just think the scope of audience should have been limited to entrepreneurs or would-be entrepreneurs, rather than anyone with most any problem. Won’t recommend, and probably won’t read again.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Doherty

    If you love Jen Sincero's You Are A Badass books - then you'll appreciate Marie's message too! She really does find an extra hour in the day for you, and then she finds 2 hours!! it's for any readers, in any stage of you one's life - you just have to want to give yourself good change. Funny, believable, and widely appreciated - from Cheryl Strayed, to Liz Gilbert, to Brene Brown :) Galley borrowed from the publisher.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    DNF. Not for me. She’s like a female Tony Robbins. NLP and hyping people up with mega-watt energy. That’s fine- that approach really lights some people’s fire. I find it a major turn off. It seems to me like someone with an undoubtedly more confident and energetic ego trying to get my ego to be like hers. Listening to it I just feel bad about myself and tired..and irritated by how full of herself she is, it’s all “I’m not trying to brag but.... “. But if everything is figureoutable then I’d DNF. Not for me. She’s like a female Tony Robbins. NLP and hyping people up with mega-watt energy. That’s fine- that approach really lights some people’s fire. I find it a major turn off. It seems to me like someone with an undoubtedly more confident and energetic ego trying to get my ego to be like hers. Listening to it I just feel bad about myself and tired..and irritated by how full of herself she is, it’s all “I’m not trying to brag but.... “. But if everything is figureoutable then I’d rather do it without this book, by listening to my own inner wisdom, surrendering my ego to something greater and wiser than myself. That Something for me is not the wisdom and voice of Marie Forleo. Do we really have to figure everything out, or do we trust that God/Goddess has a plan? I’m not sure, but I do know this book is not for me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laura Noggle

    Bubble gum hyper optimistic multi passionate entrepreneurial inspiration. I actually really enjoyed this book and found it very encouraging. But don’t expect much depth. Malala Yousafzai is skimmed over next to chapters about how Foreleo almost missed her flight to her Barcelona vacation. But—EVERYTHING IS FIGUREOUTABLE! Even getting shot in the head. (It wasn’t phrased quite like that, but you get the idea.) Some jarring juxtapositions aside, it was just a surface level pop culture-y feel good Bubble gum hyper optimistic multi passionate entrepreneurial inspiration. I actually really enjoyed this book and found it very encouraging. But don’t expect much depth. Malala Yousafzai is skimmed over next to chapters about how Foreleo almost missed her flight to her Barcelona vacation. But—EVERYTHING IS FIGUREOUTABLE! Even getting shot in the head. (It wasn’t phrased quite like that, but you get the idea.) Some jarring juxtapositions aside, it was just a surface level pop culture-y feel good pizazz party. If you’ve seen any episode of Marie TV, you know. I like Marie Forleo, this was an easy to digest picker upper of a book. Aside from firmly believing in the fact that almost everything is ... figureoutable, and writing stuff down, there wasn’t much in the way of methodology. Just believe! (Being a white woman in America and married to a TV star doesn’t hurt either. (Not surprisingly, Forleo literally just spoke at a Rachel Hollis event. At least Forleo’s book wasn’t awash in pop-religious pseudo twaddle.))

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brett

    I have been following Marie Forleo for years now and I'm so thrilled that she has come out with this book. "Everything is Figureoutable" is a mantra that Marie uses on her podcasts, on MarieTV.com and in her online classes. It is something that all of us need to hear, and in this book, she outlines exactly how to make it work for you. Marie is funny, approachable, intelligent, sensitive and thoughtful. She empowers readers to get to the heart of what they need to do to make their lives I have been following Marie Forleo for years now and I'm so thrilled that she has come out with this book. "Everything is Figureoutable" is a mantra that Marie uses on her podcasts, on MarieTV.com and in her online classes. It is something that all of us need to hear, and in this book, she outlines exactly how to make it work for you. Marie is funny, approachable, intelligent, sensitive and thoughtful. She empowers readers to get to the heart of what they need to do to make their lives better...personally and professionally. She is a no nonsense woman who gives you tangible ways to make change for the better. Whether you are trying to get out of a bad relationship, make a career change, or just feel "stuck" and don't know where to begin - this book will do you a world of good. I cannot recommend Marie and her fabulous book enough!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Daniela D

    The first book I've ever read in a day! Yay! Challenge accomplished! Marie Forleo's book is an easy read, quite inspiring, funny at times and with a clear message: you can do anything that you really want, are willing to persist for, and put in a lot of effort to make it happen. She backs it up with stories from her audience at MarieTV and podcast, as well as some academic research or surveys. A relatively frustrating bit - I cannot believe the editors didn't fully check all the quotes! 'He who The first book I've ever read in a day! Yay! Challenge accomplished! Marie Forleo's book is an easy read, quite inspiring, funny at times and with a clear message: you can do anything that you really want, are willing to persist for, and put in a lot of effort to make it happen. She backs it up with stories from her audience at MarieTV and podcast, as well as some academic research or surveys. A relatively frustrating bit - I cannot believe the editors didn't fully check all the quotes! 'He who has a why can bear almost any how' is from Friedrich Nietzsche not Viktor Frankl, although that is the main message behind Frankl's book, it's not his quote, he even quotes Nietzsche himself.

  8. 4 out of 5

    The Artisan Geek

    18/1/20 A huge thank you to Marie for gifting me a copy of this book!! This is hands down one of the best self-help books I have ever read. Marie cuts straight through all of the rambling and to good to be true cheap talk that most of these books are filled with. She approached matters in a realistic way, yet at the same time giving you the tools the get the best out of the situation. Would definitely recommend! You can find me on Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Website

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chrissie

    This would probably be better as an audio book read by Marie. I admire what she’s built and think there were some good exercises sprinkled throughout, but a lot of the references to her talk and the examples of “real” people reminded me too much of the circular reference promotional tactics used in The 5 Second Rule.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Claire Meadows

    Such a great feel good book. Marie helps you conquer your doubts and distractions and focus on putting yourself and your instincts centre-stage. It’s there inside each of us, and this books does a great job in helping you bring your plans to fruition. Recommended

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sinead

    It’s definitely a motivational read and I enjoyed Marie’s style of writing. I think the audiobook could be a great listen. It’s a little light on actionable guidance and advice, but if you want a pick me up read, this is a good choice.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Aubrey

    Hell. Fucking. Yes! I have followed Marie for years. She is a powerhouse of passion, drive, and is absolutely unstoppable, but...guess what? So are you. And Marie will show you that in this book. Funny thing - I wrote this review last night and was too tired to properly edit, so I decided to wait and let it sit there. I read it over this morning, hit save and it just kept on spinning. It never saved. I lost the entire thing. It was a bummer, when you pour your heart into something (even as simple Hell. Fucking. Yes! I have followed Marie for years. She is a powerhouse of passion, drive, and is absolutely unstoppable, but...guess what? So are you. And Marie will show you that in this book. Funny thing - I wrote this review last night and was too tired to properly edit, so I decided to wait and let it sit there. I read it over this morning, hit save and it just kept on spinning. It never saved. I lost the entire thing. It was a bummer, when you pour your heart into something (even as simple as a review) but because I think this book and Marie's many messages are so vital, I applied it and said well, figure it out. So, I wrote it again! And here we are. This book is both a wake you up, 'slap in the face,' and a firm spank on the ass, saying, 'go get 'em tiger.' The truth is, I've read so many books on this topic. On success, fulfillment, the human potential and possibility. I will continue reading on this topic. Why? Well, you know that feeling when you walk out of a bad ass movie and feel totally pumped? You are alive, excited with possibility because you saw possibility on the screen, that deep down you know is in you but give it 30 minutes or so after the movie and that feeling is fleeting. What if you could have that feeling all the time? What would you do with your life? Reading books like this helps to create that needed environment because your environment is so incredibly vital, especially the people. I have learned this over many years, let people label me, box me in and then I assigned that as my truth, took it in and never questioned it. Now I not only question it but refuse it. It isn't my truth and I refuse to accept what others decide of me, want of me, wish of me or 'should' on me. It is merely a reflection of their own insecurities and fears. Instead I choose to surround myself with people who believe in what's deeply and profoundly possibly, who step up to action and not just talk, who aren't the victim but the victor of their own story, who are constantly reflecting and bettering themselves. If that means those people are the very people who write these books, and being around them lights you up, as it does me, then keep reading. If that means 'cutting the fat' in your life, do it. It's hard to let go of people meaning well but not adding anything meaningful to your life, but you are worth it. You will find those people in real life because you will become one, and like always attracts like. In this book Marie covers pretty much everything I've ever read on this topic. She covers all the bullshit excuses we make up. The 'I don't have the time,' 'the money,' or the 'know how.' The limiting beliefs we have of ourselves. The fear most everyone lets drive their actions without realizing it. Instead we give it, as Marie says, pet names like concern, stress, anxiety, panic, terror and stage fright. She discusses the power and importance of belief, how to define your dream(s) and break it down to actionable tasks, the importance of starting before you're ready because you'll never be 'ready,' addresses progress over perfection, the power of refusing to be refused and the gift that you and only you have to offer the world and by not doing so is a deprivation to others and yourself. Reading this book has taken me to a deeper level within my authentic self and my relationship with my husband - my one and only accountability partner, it's let me peel back another layer of the onion of life and boy are there endless layers. From this book and what we've both been learning lately (about ourselves and our potential) it gave my husband and I one of the most profound and enlightening conversations last night and I'm so thankful we have each other, the belief in what's possible, and we have books and resources that help us check ourselves and grow constantly. If you only ever read one book on this topic, let this be the one. I believe that everyone has the power to create and be so much more. We need less sheep and more shepherds. Be the compass of your own life and make it count because, as Michael Altshuler has said, “The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot."

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Feyder

    Best personal development book I’ve ever read. Funny, applicable, thought-provoking. Each chapter ends with a section where you write down answers to questions applicable to that chapter which I really enjoyed. 100% recommend to anyone, especially anyone struggling to start their next goal or keep chasing a dream.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    I guess I am just not in the mood for this book right now. It has some good ideas and lots of good quotes but it’s not going to change my life or anything. I will check out her videos on YouTube though.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Britton A. McMunn

    Listen, if you need a life mantra this is it. This is the book. Go no further, do not pass go, do not collect $200. Stop right here and read this book. It is blunt, it is honest, it is the road map you need to figure out your crap. My favorite line? "Remember that girl who gave up? Neither does anybody else." Get. On. It. Figure it out. Read this book. Do it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elise Musicant

    Normally, I am not one for self help books. However, when I read the description of this book, I was strongly drawn to it, and I’m so glad I got the chance to read it. What really drew me to this book was the idea of being multipassionate. I am good at a lot of things and I love to do all of these things, but everyone in the world seems to have chosen that one thing. They build a career based on it. When they want a career change, it results in an entire life shift. This book showed me that I Normally, I am not one for self help books. However, when I read the description of this book, I was strongly drawn to it, and I’m so glad I got the chance to read it. What really drew me to this book was the idea of being multipassionate. I am good at a lot of things and I love to do all of these things, but everyone in the world seems to have chosen that one thing. They build a career based on it. When they want a career change, it results in an entire life shift. This book showed me that I can pave my own path. I don’t have to be one thing or the other. I can be as many things as I want. Marie’s book showed me solutions to problems I didn’t realize I had. I noticed a behavior change as I read through this book, and I have found myself to be much more productive. This book contains writing exercises after every chapter. These exercises do help, but it is important that, when reading, you are prepared to take time to complete them. If you’re stuck in a rut or feeling disheartened by life, this is definitely the book for you. And even if you think your life is going great, you may learn something from Marie! This is the book to get you on your feet and moving in the right direction.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shameka

    This book was not for me. There's nothing inherently wrong with it, I just didn't find the content as a whole to be helpful for me. That doesn't mean it won't work for others. I do think that approaching life with the idea that "everything is figureoutable" is a good perspective but there are some circumstances/situations that people cannot figure their way out of and their circumstances must be changed systematically. For every person that overcomes some seemingly impossible circumstance, there This book was not for me. There's nothing inherently wrong with it, I just didn't find the content as a whole to be helpful for me. That doesn't mean it won't work for others. I do think that approaching life with the idea that "everything is figureoutable" is a good perspective but there are some circumstances/situations that people cannot figure their way out of and their circumstances must be changed systematically. For every person that overcomes some seemingly impossible circumstance, there are others who are left behind. Yes, some of them would have accepted their circumstances and may not have really tried to overcome but there are others who will try as best as they can and will still fail and fail again. For them, everything is not figureoutable. If others can pick up this book and find the courage and inspiration that they need to push forward in life then that's great. Life is not one size fits all so just because I wasn't a fan of this book doesn't mean it can't be life changing for you. If you are interested in these kind of self-help books by all means give it a try. I'll just keep looking for something that will fit me.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Puffling

    Some good practical advice, including some exercises I appreciated (though they were fairly simple and not original). As someone with a lot of interests and drive, I liked the balance between focusing on a project to get it done and embracing all of your passions. However, this book is only for people who are already in a good place in their healing process. While there is something to be said for just putting yourself out there and getting started, I would’ve found this book depressing when I Some good practical advice, including some exercises I appreciated (though they were fairly simple and not original). As someone with a lot of interests and drive, I liked the balance between focusing on a project to get it done and embracing all of your passions. However, this book is only for people who are already in a good place in their healing process. While there is something to be said for just putting yourself out there and getting started, I would’ve found this book depressing when I was in a bad place. It’s more on the “rah rah positivity!“ side of things. Side note: she’s tiny, beautiful, and quite privileged. It’s a lot easier to get people to do what you want when you aggressively meet beauty standards. Also, while it’s quite possible that she has a good relationship, I’m very suspicious of men who date hot women almost 20 years younger than them.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Abdelali

    Just another self-help book!! This book focuses a lot on things like other self-help book. They tell you can succeed in your life and achieve you goals by just saying their made-up phrases (everything is figureoutable) It seems good source for someone who has just started developing themselves. And it is so boring for people who read a lot of self-help books.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rubina

    Everything is Figureoutable is a book that every one must read! I have been a follower of Marie for 5+ years and she has always been a beacon of light, a beacon of hope through all her video on YouTube. So when she said her book's coming out, I had to get my hands on this gem. And gem it is! Through every chapter in this book - all the content, examples and activities, Marie lays in front of you the Figureoutable philosophy and how, through easy steps, you could apply it to your life. Nothing in Everything is Figureoutable is a book that every one must read! I have been a follower of Marie for 5+ years and she has always been a beacon of light, a beacon of hope through all her video on YouTube. So when she said her book's coming out, I had to get my hands on this gem. And gem it is! Through every chapter in this book - all the content, examples and activities, Marie lays in front of you the Figureoutable philosophy and how, through easy steps, you could apply it to your life. Nothing in life comes easy, but using the mantra Everything is Figureoutable one can easily find the guts to work through it all. One of the first things you'll read in the book is the following - The power isn't out there, it's in you. That is true. You have all the answers. All you have to do is dig them up. And Everything is Figureoutable helps you do that. I have spent hours pouring into this book, underlining, making notes, sharing qoutes, working through the exercise Marie has given. And it is worth every minute. I'll definitely pay this book a visit every year to stay on my game. I was fortunate enough to pre-order the book and therefore get access to Marie's exclusive EIF course which is now helping me S.T.A.R.T. working on my goals with focus. Thank you for the course, as well, Marie! If you're feel lost or overwhelmed, I highly recommend you read this gem and also follow Marie on YouTube. She has a cave full of treasures there.

  21. 5 out of 5

    LeeTravelGoddess

    This book is a phenomenal addition to my library and rotation of annual books. there are wonderful stories herein along wit simple ways and activities that can assist in the figureoutable process!!! It’s a tops for sure, for sure! This book is a phenomenal addition to my library and rotation of annual books. 💚💚💚 there are wonderful stories herein along wit simple ways and activities that can assist in the figureoutable process!!! It’s a tops for sure, for sure!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    The message of this book is great - tenacity and being bold and never giving up on your dreams. For me, where I'm at in my life, I feel like I sometimes push *too* hard and don't listen with the universe tells me to pivot, so some of these lessons - while they are very motivating - didn't hit the right way to me. I know I'm supposed to feel motivated but instead I feel like I'm never working hard enough, lol. Anyway, this is well written and I'll absolutely be recommending it to a certain The message of this book is great - tenacity and being bold and never giving up on your dreams. For me, where I'm at in my life, I feel like I sometimes push *too* hard and don't listen with the universe tells me to pivot, so some of these lessons - while they are very motivating - didn't hit the right way to me. I know I'm supposed to feel motivated but instead I feel like I'm never working hard enough, lol. Anyway, this is well written and I'll absolutely be recommending it to a certain longtime friend of mine who will get a lot out of it. If nothing else, this does light a fire under my butt to write more.

  23. 4 out of 5

    K.M. Carter

    The Creme de la Creme of Self-Help I was only 3 chapters in when I bought a hardback copy for my sister and mom. I’ve been a follower of Marie since 2009, and I thought this book would be a cozy re-affirmation of what I had already heard. But true to Marie’s style and work ethic, she dug deep, offering precious details about her personal journey to success that have helped me feel supported in my own creative journey. I greatly benefitted from taking action with the end-of-chapter prompts. I can’t The Creme de la Creme of Self-Help I was only 3 chapters in when I bought a hardback copy for my sister and mom. I’ve been a follower of Marie since 2009, and I thought this book would be a cozy re-affirmation of what I had already heard. But true to Marie’s style and work ethic, she dug deep, offering precious details about her personal journey to success that have helped me feel supported in my own creative journey. I greatly benefitted from taking action with the end-of-chapter prompts. I can’t really explain it...I guess Marie finally said a few things the way I needed to hear it, and the result has been magical. I’m finally breaking through my blocks and making progress in business and life. Marie is the real deal. Everything is Figureoutable is an instant classic of self-help/ success lit.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sedruola

    I've followed Marie for many years. I don't remember how I found her YouTube channel, but once I did I was hooked. Reading Everything is Figureoutable: How One Simple Belief Can Help Us Overcome Any Obstacle and Create Unstoppable Success was like talking to a friend who's deeply interested in my success. She not only gives practical and timely advice, but she gives you activities to DO so you can take ACTION right away and solidify your learning. I've been saying "Everything is Figureoutable" I've followed Marie for many years. I don't remember how I found her YouTube channel, but once I did I was hooked. Reading Everything is Figureoutable: How One Simple Belief Can Help Us Overcome Any Obstacle and Create Unstoppable Success was like talking to a friend who's deeply interested in my success. She not only gives practical and timely advice, but she gives you activities to DO so you can take ACTION right away and solidify your learning. I've been saying "Everything is Figureoutable" as a mantra for the past few months and it's helped me push through any fears I've had going toward my dream of being a public speaker. If you know, deep in your heart, that you were meant to do more than you're currently doing, this book is definitely for you! A wonderfully easy to read and follow book that I HIGHLY recommend for anyone ready to live to their highest potential!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Thoma

    Marie writes in a fun conversational tone that is no-nonsense with illustrative examples from her own life. I enjoyed the prompts and believe this book can help anyone who wants greater clarity or the confidence to think and live bigger. Takeaways: - Therapy is about healing the past. Coaching is about creating your future. - "The ancestor of every thought is action." - Ralph Waldo Emerson- Belief > Thought > Feeling > Behavior > Result- Don't say "can't" say "won't" - if you won't do Marie writes in a fun conversational tone that is no-nonsense with illustrative examples from her own life. I enjoyed the prompts and believe this book can help anyone who wants greater clarity or the confidence to think and live bigger. Takeaways: - Therapy is about healing the past. Coaching is about creating your future. - "The ancestor of every thought is action." - Ralph Waldo Emerson- Belief > Thought > Feeling > Behavior > Result- Don't say "can't" say "won't" - if you won't do something it's bc you don't really want to - "The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the economy, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny." - Albert Ellis- 2-hours per day for your dreams, do less: social media, email, meetings, TV, errand, cell phone/internet, etc. - Create before you consume- Book rec: Abundance by Pete Diamandis & Steven Kotler- "Just before I go on stage my heart beats a little faster... my hands sweat a little... my legs go numb as if I'm getting pins and needles... and then I get a tight feeling in the pit of my stomach that starts to spin around and around... When I get all those feelings I know I'm excited, pumped up and ready to go onstage." - Bruce Springsteen (your sensation's meaning is up to you) - "Failure is just an event. It's not a characteristic. People can't be failures." - Clarity comes from engagement, not thought - go try the thing you're thinking about! - "If you are possessed by an idea, you find it expressed everywhere, you even smell it." - Thomas Mann (focusing on something takes what you see in your life that can help you achieve it from subconscious to conscious thought) - Increase your odds of success by 42% by writing down your goals (Dr. Gail Matthews, professor at Dominican University) - Instead of "I want to get fit," say, "I will exercise 5x per week for 30+ minutes" - The pain of discipline vs the pain of regret. What will you think about NOT doing something in a decade? - "Normal isn't something to aspire to, it's something to get away from." - Jodi Foster - "Haters are confused admirers who can't understand why everybody else likes you." - Paulo Coelbo - everything you love is despised by someone else - "It's not your job to like me. It's my job to like me." - Byron Katie - Imposter syndrome: JLo, Maya Angelou, Jodi Foster and 70% of people

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Brown

    Over the years I have read a lot of motivational and self help books. This one was not for me. There was a lot I already knew, but I didn't really like the style of the book. The book has a lot about how the author personally dealt with things in their own life. I have never heard of the author but gather she is very well known and certainly in the USA. Maybe if you know of her and are inspired by her as it seems many are, this is the book for you. One of the things the author urges you to do is Over the years I have read a lot of motivational and self help books. This one was not for me. There was a lot I already knew, but I didn't really like the style of the book. The book has a lot about how the author personally dealt with things in their own life. I have never heard of the author but gather she is very well known and certainly in the USA. Maybe if you know of her and are inspired by her as it seems many are, this is the book for you. One of the things the author urges you to do is free up two hours a day and she's heard all of the excuses why you can't too. I have to say that when I studied I managed to fit in so many things and yet when I ended study each time that "extra" time magically disappeared. So a lot of what she said in this section did ring true for me and also the amount of time spent on social media, the internet etc. One piece of advice she gives is to leave emails for a few days before checking them. Personally if I left mine that long I would not be able to face my inbox. There are an awful lot of quotes in the book but there are also stories of real people that are inspirational. My take away from the book is this "Fact - use what helps, leave the rest" which is just what I am going to do.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tiina

    4.5 stars. Sure, it's a lot of stuff that we have heard before but that's not necessarily a bad thing. She has a way of introducing logical concepts and well-known tricks of the trade that make you want to actually do something and change yourself. I was sceptical but am glad I'm was proven wrong. The book is versatile enough that you could use ug to improve your love life, writing career, fitness regime, starting a business or whatever else. I added A LOT of tabs and.woll do a couple more of her 4.5 stars. Sure, it's a lot of stuff that we have heard before but that's not necessarily a bad thing. She has a way of introducing logical concepts and well-known tricks of the trade that make you want to actually do something and change yourself. I was sceptical but am glad I'm was proven wrong. The book is versatile enough that you could use ug to improve your love life, writing career, fitness regime, starting a business or whatever else. I added A LOT of tabs and.woll do a couple more of her exercises and work sheets. I also like that she will lift you up and encourage you to do good on a grander scale if you can, but never makes you feel bad for focusing on your own dreams step by step. Recommended reading for anyone facing hardships or just needed a few reminders how to better at your job (or a better human).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gwen Mitchell

    This was a fabulous "how to" manual for manifestation that I think will be approachable for a lot of people who don't necessarily "believe" in the laws of attraction. In her classic, Jersey-girl style, Marie lays out real world experience and plenty of stats to make her case for why, once you DECIDE everything is figureoutable, there's nothing you can't figure out. She's accomplished amazing things and surrounded herself with like-minded others, and it has gotten her FAR. Definitely a blueprint This was a fabulous "how to" manual for manifestation that I think will be approachable for a lot of people who don't necessarily "believe" in the laws of attraction. In her classic, Jersey-girl style, Marie lays out real world experience and plenty of stats to make her case for why, once you DECIDE everything is figureoutable, there's nothing you can't figure out. She's accomplished amazing things and surrounded herself with like-minded others, and it has gotten her FAR. Definitely a blueprint to look at if you have plans to start a business or build any other kind of dream from the ground up.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    4.5 Stars I loved this book. I am totally a fan of making things work and getting things done so this was a good fit from the start. This is a book that I think would have been an even better experience to have the physical on hand as I listened to the audio so I could stop/start for the exercises. Even so, the exercises are great and it matters to do them on paper. Listen to Marie when she tells you to stop and do that. It works! It took me longer to read the book, but I got more from it. Doing 4.5 Stars I loved this book. I am totally a fan of making things work and getting things done so this was a good fit from the start. This is a book that I think would have been an even better experience to have the physical on hand as I listened to the audio so I could stop/start for the exercises. Even so, the exercises are great and it matters to do them on paper. Listen to Marie when she tells you to stop and do that. It works! It took me longer to read the book, but I got more from it. Doing the work is just as important, if not more important, than reading! Do the work! Loved it.

  30. 4 out of 5

    BriZen

    When I first heard the title of this book I thought “this is a little cheesy... is Figureoutable even a word?” But then something magical happened. I started to say it to myself. All the time. Everywhere. I truly believe after finishing Marie’s book that everything really is Figureoutable. It’s inspiring the crap out of me. I usually read book after book without putting anything into action but this time, I am going back to do all the work. I swear throughout the book I thought that she was When I first heard the title of this book I thought “this is a little cheesy... is Figureoutable even a word?” But then something magical happened. I started to say it to myself. All the time. Everywhere. I truly believe after finishing Marie’s book that everything really is Figureoutable. It’s inspiring the crap out of me. I usually read book after book without putting anything into action but this time, I am going back to do all the work. I swear throughout the book I thought that she was talking to me. I know everyone says that but whatever it’s inspiring. It made me feel less alone. She pinpointed every one of my fears and gave me reasons to believe that I can still live my dreams and my best life, despite that fear. I can reframe the fear and use it to propel myself forward. So I will be back with an update. I will be doing all the exercises in this book and putting it into action but I am a convert to be sure - a Figureoutable believer. And I can’t wait to see what it will do for my life!

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