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All Groan Up: Searching for Self, Faith, and A Freaking Job! is the story of the GenY/Millennial generation told through the individual story of author Paul Angone. It’s a story of struggle, hope, failure, and doubts in the twilight zone of growing up and being grown, connecting with his twenty-something post-college audience with raw honesty, humor, and hope.
Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.07 X 5.25 (inches)|
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All Groan Up: Searching for Self, Faith, and A Freaking Job! is the story of the GenY/Millennial generation told through the individual story of author Paul Angone. Its a story of struggle, hope, failure, and doubts in the twilight zone of growing up and being grown, connecting with his twentysomething post-college audience with raw honesty, humor, and hope.
'The gigantic question, Why am I here? is written on everyone's heart. Fortunately for twenty-somethings, this book will help answer the question and push them forward on a path of significance that will change their lives and the world around them.
Our parents told us when we were children that we could do anything we set our minds to do. Our pastors said that God had a great plan for our lives. But after college, many of us got a sinking feeling that our parents were wrong, and we suspected our pastors were too. All Groan Up is a funny, hopeful, honest autobiography of a generation of people who feel their lives have too much potential and not enough purpose.
For anyone wrestling with the provocative questions of Who am I? and What am I going to do with who I am? All Groan Up is a must-read. I encourage you to join Paul in his discovery of one of lifes best-kept secrets, namely, that you can choose your future.
All Groan Up is part memoir, part real-time exploration, and part comforting coffee shop conversation with your best friend, who just happens to be a charming Italian author who has graciously offered his own missteps to help you avoid your own. Paul Angone brilliantly and honestly shares his relatable, heartbreaking, hilarious account of transitioning from frustrated graduate to faith-embracing adult. If youre in your twenties and questioning ANYTHING, this book is for you. Paul asks the big questions and isnt afraid to reveal his own worst fears, confessions, and lessons learned along the way. This book will lift you up when youre down and show you that no matter how many times you fall (face-first on a gravel sidewalk), you can and will get back up.
All Groan Up in my humble opinion has the potential to be a bestseller. Paul Angones blend of wit and wisdom is remarkable. He shares the lessons he has learned along lifes way with such refreshing candor and insight that he should certainly help others on this journey of life.
Paul Angone offers a new voice to twentysomethings everywhere, writing honestly about one of lifes biggest transitions. At turns, All Groan Up is hilarious, poignant, and insightful. Angone relentlessly explores who God wants us to be rather than what God wants us to do---words everyone needs to hear, whatever their stage of life.
Relatable, funny, and inspiring, All Groan Up is an uplifting story about the redemption of hope when things dont go as planned. This book is must-read for anyone asking Whats next?
This is it---the book every young person should read and every teacher and parent should have on hand. I dont think you can call yourself a grown-up without first reading this book.
My twenties were like the new puberty---awkward, sweaty, weird, and life-changing, except no one warned me about them. Paul Angones voice in All Groan Up is not just a warning; it is a conversation, a pep talk, wisdom mixed in with funny stories, and encouragement that not only can you survive this groan-up life; you can live it well.
Paul Angone must live inside my house regularly filled with twentysomethings. He gets this generation like few people I know. This book is hilarious, insightful, brilliantly written, and filled with wisdom. Dont miss the opportunity to give this book to any young adult you know. They will read it because its practical, and when they finish the book, they will call it enjoyable, insightful, challenging, and even life changing.
Had me laughing out loud more times than I can count, sometimes literally to the point of tears! Paul Angone writes with a profundity and hilarity that feels like a nascent cross between Donald Miller and Bill Bryson. Thats a high compliment. I think his words will be prophetic to a generation that is drowning in potential.
Clever, insightful, and devilishly handsome, Paul Angone offers a book reminiscent of sharing a pint with an old friend. All Groan Up captures the confusion of early adulthood in a beautiful blend of candor and humor. This is a must-read for anyone wondering, Okay, what now?
Dr. Seusss Oh, the Places Youll Go! may be the top gift at graduation, but this one should take its place. Writing with bravery and honesty, Paul Angone invites us behind his own search for purpose in a complicated world and shows us that the process is far more important than the destination. If youre at a crossroads in your own journey, youll find his guide a welcome companion.