The Magic of Not Giving a F*** | Sarah Knight | TEDxCoconutGrove

Warning: Strong Language The bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together, Sarah Knight, outlines her …


  1. I’m all for not giving a f**. But when it comes to friends and family, don’t you worry that they’ll turn it around and stop giving their f***s to you when you need love & support? Or stop inviting you to things that you might like to go to? I just think to totally not give a f** about so much can leave a person to feel isolated and alone. We make an effort not only because we feel obligated and guilty, but because we care about the people we love and will do most things to make them happy even at our own expense. For example, my friend is decorating his home and needs help with painting the rooms. I really don’t want to do this but I can see that helping him would mean a lot to him and I know he’d do the same for me. I get that politely declining to partake in things shouldn’t turn you into an a**hole. But try explaining that to those you let down won’t always see it that way. And yea, sure. Get rid of those people if they’re like that. But that’s what I mean about isolation . Do you keep getting rid of people in your life because they don’t understand you or make an effort because you care about them and you want them in them in your life, but don’t support some or even most of the things they‘re into.

  2. I've been not giving a "F" for a while, and ppl just call me a selfish a$$h0le, and I rarely get invited anywhere. There is more of an art to this if you still want to be likeable. ..Plus, I think the majority of us want to quit our 9 to 5 and live on an island, but, c'mon, how??? I'd like a Ted Talk on how to realistically do that.

  3. This is great, but unfortunately I live in a culture where it's not possible to give a straight, 'no' and escape easily. Co-workers would constantly bother you and keep pressuring you to change your mind, etc. Therefore, in my country most people give false excuses instead of an honest 'no I'm sorry'.

  4. No one laughed at her f-bombs until she said she had been an editor at a publishing house. People are sheep. Obviously, this woman was tired of editing other people's books and wanted to publish her own. I don't need any of her advice because I was never a brainwashed automaton.

  5. Okay so how do you politely tell someone you don't give a f*ck about him? When they want to meet and text you all the time? And especially when they think you're soulmates but you were annoyed since day one? Asking for a friend lol

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  8. I live my entire life with this "Give no F's energy "
    I have mastered it and I enjoy living in it.
    Focus your energy only on what you want to expand.
    I have a video on my channel where I explained how to get this energy in great detail! Check it out if you want to free yourself.

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