It's been well received by my wife and mother. So, what other proof do you need? As a smart man, my answer is, "None." :)
Aside from the shock factor, the point of the book is to encourage readers to be more conscious of how they make use of...uh...their "Holy fucking trinity: Time, energy, and money."
That is, if you're not careful, other people's priorities or expectations soon become yours. And then you're less happy and off-track when it comes to meeting your personal and business goals.
So, if you're looking for a good laugh (I mean, serious LOLing), and if you want a reminder that your needs and desires should come first sometimes (remember who gets the oxygen mask in an airplane when traveling with a child), then it's worth a read.
As a teaser, here are some chapter topics:
You need to stop giving a fuck about what other people think
Threat level red: The hardest fucks to stop giving
Old fucks, new fucks, borrowed fucks, blue fucks
Fuck the haters
If your ears are bleeding, then...Oops.
But there is a lot of value in helping us Entrepreneurs for Impact prioritize our precious resources — time, money, and energy — to increase our impact and profits.