In a world that’s obsessed with fast hacks, quick wins, and Instagram-perfection, struggle has become a taboo. A sign that something’s gone horribly wrong.

But what if we’ve got it all wrong about getting it wrong?

What if struggle isn’t a battle to fight, a trap to avoid, or a sign of weakness?
What if struggle is precisely where the magic happens – where we do our best, most important work?

With everyday observations and practical encouragement, this thought-provoking exploration will shine a surprising new light on the truth, beauty and opportunity hidden in life’s shittier moments.

In a world that’s obsessed with fast hacks, quick wins, and Instagram-perfection, struggle has become a taboo. A sign that something’s gone horribly wrong.

But what if we’ve got it all wrong about getting it wrong?

What if struggle isn’t a battle to fight, a trap to avoid, or a sign of weakness?
What if struggle is precisely where the magic happens – where we do our best, most important work?

With everyday observations and practical encouragement, this thought-provoking exploration will shine a surprising new light on the truth, beauty and opportunity hidden in life’s shittier moments.

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A beautiful blend of the poetic and pragmatic
Caroline Webb, author of How To Have A Good Day

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The antidote to fake positivity
Marianne Cantwell, author of Be a Free Range Human

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Like taking a deep breath
Josie George, author of A Still Life

Meet Grace

Author of the award-winning ‘How to be Really Productive’, Grace Marshall is known for her “refreshingly human” approach to productivity. Featured in The Guardian, Forbes, Huffpost and BBC Radio, her work has helped thousands of people – from startup founders to corporate managers, artists to engineers, students and CEOs – to replace stress, overwhelm and frustration with success, sanity and satisfaction.

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“I wrote this book to start a new conversation about struggle. One that doesn’t dismiss it, but digs deep – and finds the treasure within.

A more truthful, hopeful, useful conversation about struggle that changes how we engage with it – and what we discover within it. ”

I’d love you to join me in conversation. Here’s how:

1. Buy the book

2. Then drop your email here to join me in conversation

“I wrote this book to start a new conversation about struggle. One that doesn’t dismiss it, but digs deep – and finds the treasure within.

A more truthful, hopeful, useful conversation about struggle that changes how we engage with it – and what we discover within it. ”

I’d love you to join me in conversation. Here’s how:

1. Buy the book (and you’ll get a complimentary to The Struggle Conversation – an evening with me and some special guests)

2. Then drop your email here to claim your ticket (have your receipt to hand)

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