Girl, Stop Apologizing

Girl, Stop Apologizing Summary

Rachel Hollis points out the pitfalls, challenges, and excuses that stop us from achieving our aspirations.

Rachel Hollis has seen it too often: Women not living into their full potential. They feel a tugging on their hearts for something more, but they’re afraid of embarrassment, of falling short of perfection, of not being enough.

In Girl, Stop Apologizing, #1 New York Times bestselling author and founder of a multimillion-dollar media company Rachel Hollis sounds a wake-up call. She knows that many women have been taught to define themselves in light of other people—whether as wife, mother, daughter, or employee—instead of learning how to own who they are and what they want.

In this book, Hollis helps you to:
identify the excuses to let go of,the behaviors to adopt,And the skills to acquire on the path to growth, confidence, and believing in yourself.
Hollis shares stories and principles with raw honesty that inspires her readers to discover and take the practical steps that will put them on a lifelong path of personal growth.

Girl, Stop Apologizing is the life- changing guide you need to dump your excuses, embrace your dreams, set boundaries, and gain real confidence in life.

Book Reviews


No1 star

Very fake, shame based motivation15


Fully energy 🌙5 star

I enjoy this book so much and definitely learn something that applies to intuitive my goal, routine and get to the point that I wanted to overcome successful! win-win! Thank you for inspiring book.55


Girl Wash Your Face1 star

This book was a total waste of money for me. She writes about not taking no for an answer as if this is a new idea. It’s not. Then we go to motherhood, another idea, leave the dishes they’ll still be there tomorrow, and her son’s school. There is not one new idea or concept in the book. Very easy reading, a few jokes. BTW, I’ve never written a review and I always finish a book. This is an exception. Just a waste of money!15


Girl, Stop Apologizing5 star

Love Rachel Hollis and her books. This book really struck home with me about making goals and sticking with them even when I fail at first.55


Game Changer5 star

This book is so inspiring and REAL. I’m a single mom, with full custody, on active duty. Let me tell you, this is the stuff. Girl, stop apologizing was exactly the reminder I needed for who I am. Pick this one up. Phone, tablet, paperback... just pick it up.55

ms. cinnnnndy

Great5 star

Her books always leave me fired and up and excited!!! Need more books like this!! I need her to continue writing 😍55


Great place to be5 star

I’m gonna go to get the money and I’ll give you a call. I’m not gonna wanna be a long day and I’m gonna go back to the day you are in a good mood for a good night. I miss you bae so much I wanna run back to Daytona Beach55


Repetitive content1 star

Very repetitive. Boring. Not sure why this became a bestseller.15


Started fine but...1 star

... feels like a marketing seminar I have to pay to attend. Like the marriage seminars she and her husband put on for $$$& and then announce they are divorcing??!! No thx. Pass.15

Ba Dass MF 247365420

Amazing book5 star

Coming into this, I was literally at my lowest point. I was on disability for depression and anxiety. I was working with a team of people trying to get me back to my best using typical psychological approaches. And while that has helped me some, reading this book gave me the motivation I needed to shake off the cobwebs and start believing in myself again. Rachel Hollis has a way of establishing and resurrecting the core of who we are. The excuses that prevent us from living through our own excitement and the behaviors that stop us from taking on our true purposes are laid out in this book. Do yourself a favor and give it a read! I went from crippling depression to mounting revelation after revelation and I haven’t felt this good in a long time. Now don’t get me wrong, this book is no substitute for therapy, but a dive into developing yourself outside of the constraints of societal and personal pressures. Again, definitely worth the read!55

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