Professional Troublemaker | Luvvie Ajayi Jones | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Professional Troublemaker?

I first heard of Luvvie Ajayi Jones when i was listening to a recent We Can Do Hard Things podcast. Luvvie was the guest of that episode and I found myself really connecting with what was being discussed. When I found out Luvvie had recently released a new book titled Professional Troublemaker, I was quick to go to place a hole on it using my Libby app and semi patiently waited for my turn to read it.

What’s the story here?

Professional Troublemaker is the fear fighter manual written by Luvvie Ajayi Jones. It is a guide on how to transform your life and conquer fear. It is spilt into three distinct sections – Be. Say. Do. Be discusses the ability to be introspective and assess what needs to be worked on internally. Say discusses speaking honestly about needs and issues. Do discusses and encourages progression an actual movement and change rather than just words. There are multiple personal antidotes, stories, and strategies throughout to help the reader with personal growth.

How did I like Professional Troublemaker?

I found Professional Troublemaker to be real, insightful and thought provoking. It is a tool for personal growth. There were laugh out loud moments with personal stories and situations from the author. These personal stories and situations could also be very poignant and pack a punch that makes you think. The author encourages the reader to embrace and celebrate themselves but also to be critical and willing to adjust and change. There is a very strong energy through outt and as a listener I could tell how personal the material was and how strongly the author believed in the message being presented.

How is the narration?

Professional Troublemaker is narrated by author Luvvie Ajayi Jones and I really think that there is no one else who could have narrated these words. Especially with the personal antidote and stories about her family and friends. The audiobook is 8 hoi4s and 35 minutes and flows so easily. I had a hard time pressing pause and not feeling I was going to be missing something. I would highly recommend this audiobook to anyone who is trying to find their internal courage and wants to let go of fear. It was well worth the listen!

Rating: 4.5 Stars

**Audiobook layout courtsey of Good Books and Good Wine**

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