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The M!ddle F!nger Pr*ject

By Ash Ambridge

Snappy Review

Having subscribed to the blog for over ten years, I was giddy with excitement to see the book. Bold, brash, and unapologetic Ash serves up her own expertise and experience in a really rather refreshing manner that will push you into thinking along entirely different lines to what your career is ‘meant’ to look like.

Synopsis

Ash Ambirge – creator of The Middle Finger Project, a revolutionary online community that makes working women feel creative, inspired and alive again – shares her inspiring story so others can blaze their own path to success

Do you have an existential crisis every time your alarm goes off?Did you used to be fun/effervescent/happy/less of a bitter old b*tch – and now, let’s just say, YOU ARE NOT?Do you want to feel creative, inspired and, well, just ALIVE again?

Let Ash Ambirge – one of Huffington Post‘s 50 Must-Follow Women, and founder of the multi-million-dollar, multi-award-winning website and blog The Middle Finger Project – offer you a spunky new alternative to traditional concepts of ‘work’.

Growing up in a trailer park, by her twenty-first birthday Ash was a jobless, homeless orphan with only $26 to her name. But even with the odds stacked against her, she changed her fortune forever by starting her million-dollar business from the backseat of her car. Ash gave the finger to convention, blazed her own path, and finally found work she loved. And she wants to show you how she did it.

Whether you’re an individual freelancer, self-made entrepreneur, or part of a larger corporation but not realising your dreams, Ash draws on her unconventional personal story to offer a fun, bracing, and occasionally potty-mouthed manifesto for the transformative power of radical self-reliance. Her paradigm-shifting advice will teach you how to hack your own success, create your own career options, rid yourself of imposter syndrome, and leverage your creativity to make it to the top. Told with her characteristic wit and no-bullshit attitude, this book is a must-read for anyone feeling stuck, restless, and doubtful of everything, especially themselves.