Review: Sorted! The Good Psychopath’s Guide To Bossing Your Life

I won’t lie. This book’s title is cringe-inducing. The trendy interest in successful psychopaths is beyond cliche. But I’m always looking for ways to improve performance and maximize social leverage.

In this regard, Sorted! delivers. It’s filled with mindset hacks and practical tips. Despite the name, it is not about psychopathy or morality. Rather, it presents a results-oriented stoicism, imploring the reader to set aside emotional baggage which might hinder accomplishment.

The book is divided into three primary sections: home life, work, and socializing. Often, as it happens, these areas bleed together.

If you’ve read other titles on productivity or charisma, much of the information in Sorted! won’t be entirely new. In fact, some sections were tediously redundant. Nonetheless, refreshers are helpful. And even obvious pointers will be valuable for readers with less experience. That said, parts of Sorted! are a goldmine of quality advice – even for an old-timer like myself. Whether you’re looking for an edge in marketing, negotiating through office politics, raising your GPA, or dating, Sorted! can help you win over hearts and minds while conquering your biggest enemy – yourself.

But Sorted! has some rough edges. It’s quite heavy on informal British colloquialisms. Many of the anecdotes lack apparent relevance. And verbose wit occasionally trumps clarity.

Despite these drawbacks and the cheesy title, Sorted! is all-together helpful. It’s a useful collection of actionable advice for achieving goals easier, faster, and – best of all – without torturing your neighbor’s cat.


I hope you like this short review. I’ve also written a more detailed summary. It contains all the best advice and quotes from Sorted!. To read it, simply sign up for The Green Pill Newsletter. It’s entirely free. By signing up, you’ll receive exclusive content that I don’t publish anywhere else. No spam or fluff, just pure value and practical wisdom delivered straight to your inbox.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s