A New York Times bestseller, Rachel Hollis’ In Girl, Stop Apologizing is a wake-up call to women everywhere who feel they need to apologize for everything from their weight to their age. She knows that most women have been taught to be defined by other people instead of defining themselves.
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The author, a founder of a multimillion-dollar media company, challenges women everywhere to stop talking themselves out of their dreams. She identifies the excuses to discard and the behaviors to adopt. She also shares her tips for acquiring the skills needed to believe in yourself.
“Hollis’ new book is about how to stop apologizing for who you are. She talks about the reasons why people apologize, and she gives you tips to stop doing it. Her book helps you be more positive and confident.”The Book Guide® Editor
Hollis says that she has seen it many times before. Women let their life pass them by. They’re afraid of being embarrassed, of falling short of perfection, or of stepping out of the norm. Her energy and passion are undeniable, and she encourages other women to chase their most audacious dream.
Women should learn to be independent and take charge of their lives instead of blaming others for their problems. They shouldn’t apologize for being successful because they’re smart enough to know what they need to do. They should stop blaming others for their failures and start taking responsibility. They should own their successes and stop apologizing.
Girl, Stop Apologizing (2019) by Rachel HollisDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.5/5 Very good