from Avid Reader Press at Simon & Schuster
An extraordinary book. Simultaneously hilarious and deadly serious, Gambuto connects the dots to show how our time and attention got hijacked—and offers brilliant practical advice for seizing this unusual moment in history to build the saner, more joyful and meaningful lives that too often feel just out of reach.”
— Oliver Burkeman, New York Times bestselling author of Four Thousand Weeks
Julio Vincent Gambuto will be speaking at SXSW in 2024, presenting the book, in a talk like no other.
What is the book?
Atomic Habits meets The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck in this revolutionary guide to freeing ourselves from the automated behaviors, relationships, and entrenched values that kill our individual joy and collective well-being.
Following up on his viral essay series, Prepare for the Ultimate Gaslighting — which went around the world to 21 million readers in 98 countries — Julio Vincent Gambuto offers a radical blueprint for how to fight back against the relentlessness of modern life, the coming age of automation, and the stranglehold corporate interests have on our time, focus, money, and power.
Please Unsubscribe, Thanks! is a heartfelt and loud call for change and a roadmap to a better future.
Who is it for?
If you love Oliver Burkeman, Sarah Knight, Mark Manson, James Clear, the Minimalists, Scott Galloway, Jenny Odell, or Brené Brown, meet Julio Vincent Gambuto.
Please Unsubscribe, Thanks is for stressed-out professionals, exhausted moms and dads, overworked leaders and their teams, consumers and voters of all stripes who have just had enough, social changemakers, and all of us who discovered during the pandemic that we wanted to change things but struggle with how to actually do it.
Who wrote it?
Julio Vincent Gambuto became an important voice of caution, calm, and introspection during the Covid pandemic. A moviemaker by trade, his debut feature film was distributed in over 20 countries. Since 2020, he has embraced a much more authentic outspokenness in his work. Learn more about Julio and his work here.
What will I get from it?
Please Unsubscribe, Thanks! sits at the nexus of self-help and the system, offering readers over 100 practical and tactical strategies for stepping back, re-evaluating, cleaning house in every area of their lives, and then going forward boldly.
Who's the publisher?
Please Unsubscribe, Thanks! is published by Avid Reader Press at Simon & Schuster. It is available in hardcover, e-book and audiobook formats in the United States, the United Kingdom, and soon in Italy. You can read the latest press on the book here.