Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

Girl, Stop Apologizing

“I believe we can change the world. But first, we’ve got to stop living in fear of being judged for who we are.”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 med...

Details Girl, Stop Apologizing

TitleGirl, Stop Apologizing
Release DateMar 5th, 2019
PublisherHarperCollins Leadership
GenreNonfiction, Self Help, Audiobook, Personal Development

Reviews Girl, Stop Apologizing

  • Torrie Tovar
    I didn't think it was possible but I enjoyed this one even more than Girl, Wash Your Face. I didn't know who Rachel Hollis was until I read Girl, Wash Your Face earlier this year but I am glad Goodread suggested that book and I am beyond thrilled that I got an Advance Reader's copy of this book, because it is amazing! Hollis is SO inspiring and SO energetic that you cannot help but to get excited about your dreams and goals. She says things and y...
  • Kathleen Garber
    Rachel’s first book, Girl, Wash Your Face, has made headlines and is a #1 New York Times Bestseller. I have not read the first book so I can’t compare it to this one, but I found the second book, Girl, Stop Apologizing, very good.Now whether you agree with me or not will depend on your viewpoints. If you are a fervent Christian who believes women should not work outside of the home then you will not like the book. It’s about making goals an...
  • Felicia
    I find Rachel to be very motivational! I share her views on everything so far, but sometimes you need someone else to tell you what you already know.So I finished the book, and all I can say is that Girl, Wash Your Face is the gentle prelude to this no-nonsense, make no excuses motivational, pre-game, go out there and kill it pep talk. If you plan on hanging onto any reasons as to why you can’t reach your goals, this book is not meant for you. ...
  • Megan Barefoot
    I loved this book! Great ideas and tips! I could have done without the long Intro! Other than that she doesn’t disappoint.
  • Raquel
    This was AMAZING. *Excerpt from my review:Sacrifices such as - not binge-ing the next season of Stranger Things right away like everyone else because you're too busy working on your own goals. Or working on a project for your own timeline while your family is having a board game night in the next room. These are scenarios I struggle with. Because I want to do both.Rachel talks about writing this book while she's at one of her son's games and havi...
  • Jaclyn
    So very very good! 🙌🏼Full review on my blog: to Harper Collins Canada for the ARC!
  • Lacy
    I won an ARC of this book through Goodreads Giveaways, and just finished it a couple of days ago. This book is so motivational. It has made me look at the way I try to accomplish goals in a whole new light. I have a whole new plan for trying to tackle my goals to make my dreams come true. Since finishing this book, I have already started making a plan of action because this year, I’m getting shit done! I highly recommend this book if you’ve a...
  • Catherine Coles
    Earlier this year I read Girl, Wash Your Face. I hesitant to read it at first because 1) I had no idea who the author was (so why would I want her advice on living?) and 2) I read that it had a religious slant – nothing wrong with this, just not for me. I kept hearing about it, so I gave it a try and was not disappointed. I found Hollis to be very likable, engaging and motivating. The book is not really about one thing in particular, but rather...
  • Sandy
    I was super excited to win this advance copy of Girl, Stop Apologizing from Goodreads. What a great book to end the year/start the new year on! I will be honest that I was a bit underwhelmed by the beginning of the book. It felt like a re-worded edition of things she has written before. But I did feel like there was some solid new material to finish the book. Definitely glad I stuck it out and finished the book! Though her story is not my story a...
  • Johanna
    Boiled down, this book is about embracing and expressing who you are without apology. That message I can get behind. The general layout is first addressing the excuses to let go of that keep you stuck, adopting great habits that set you up for success, and then acquiring the skills necessary to make growth possible.I’m breaking my review into three parts because I have complicated feelings towards Rachel Hollis. She is a motivator and an inspir...
  • Candice
    Thank you Harper Collins Canada for the advanced copy of this book - all opinions are my own.I went into this one a little skeptical, as I had heard mixed reviews of Rachel's first book and I am not generally a proponent of religious categorized books, however loosely. But this turned out to be a pleasant surprise for me. The book is upbeat, positive, motivating and offers tangible and realistic steps for women to work towards embracing and then ...
  • Stacey
    I’m a huge fan of Rachel Hollis and her message. I love her work ethic, humor, and honesty. The book is broken up into 3 sections - excuses to let go if, behaviors to adopt and skills to acquire. While most of the information wasn’t new to me, I enjoy her writing style and the important reminders. I’m always interested in different author’s take on personal development and Hollis never disappoints.*I won an advanced copy of this book thro...
  • Jenny Hull
    Love this book! Rachel is so cute and fun to read!
  • Christa Sampson
    Review posted on my site
  • Candy
    I loved this! Every woman from hs student to senior citizen should read it ... really makes you think about your priorities and dreams.
  • Vena Marie
    I first Discovered Rachel Hollis with girl Wash your face . I love the fact that in that book and in this one girl stop apologizing she tells it how it is. Sometimes you need somebody to be upfront with you to make you realize what you're doing so you can become more. Can't wait to read more .
  • Amanda
    Motivational. Makes you want to go out in the world and get stuff done. Great, practical tips for how to make space for achieving goals. I liked it even more than Girl, Wash Your Face. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Motivational. Makes you want to go out in the world and get stuff done. Great, practical tips for how to make space for achieving goals. I liked it even more than Girl, Wash Your Face. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Cara McGee
    I love Rachel Hollis, but I was unsure of how useful this book would be for me because I don’t consider myself much of a hustler, or go getter because I don’t own a business, blog, or a side hustle. So I was pleasantly surprised while reading that so much of what she had to say applied to everyone, not just entrepreneurs. A lot of what she said was common sense, but honestly, sometimes people need to hear it in a different way from someone wh...
  • Taren Blanchette
    I’ve never been more fired up to tackle my goals and dreams after reading this book! OMG SO FREAKING MOTIVATING! If you’re looking for specific ways to reach your goals and to truly motivate you...this is your book! 💗I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
  • Rachel
    This book was a great follow up to “Girl, Wash Your Face”. I think any woman, no matter what stage of life she is in, would benefit from this book. I appreciate Rachel’s honesty about her own life and feelings that she has worked to overcome. I don’t feel like she lectures her readers, but she shares what she has learned from her own experiences. After reading this book I felt motivated to make changes in my life, not all of them big, but...
  • Ebojang
    Just finished! It’s got the same spunk, straight talk, and no-frills feel as Girl, Wash Your Face but with more in depth application. This is where all the stuff she talks about is centrally located, so for those who follow her closely you won’t find a lot of new information. It is just a great resource for all the information she so freely gives every day. I don’t have a problem with that because even though you can get the info free if yo...
  • Bailey Wenkel
    The best book yet! Don’t wait to read it!
  • Amanda
    Girl, stop Apologizing was so good! In fact, I’m about to start reding it a second time. There was so much in it, there was no way I got everything out of it the first time. Rachel Hollis has done it again! Girl, Wash your Face, was outstanding, and this was not any less outstanding than that was. I cannot wait for the world to get their hands on this book! Rachel goes into detail about the excuses we need to let go of, the behaviors we need to...
  • Anna
    Even if you didn’t like Girl, Wash Your Face, this book is absolute FIRE! Fire for your life and soul. Fire for growth and love. This is a game changer and will leave you with pages of notes! An absolute must-read for literally everyone.*I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
  • Jeri Ritchie
    All the tears. This book brought to the forefront so many things I have left uncovered in my life. It made me wish for more transparency in my relationships and left me longing to never apologize for being myself again. If you have been or currently are a people pleaser, this book is for you. If you feel the need to justify your actions, this book is for you. If you've ever felt the need to make yourself small in order to gain acceptance, this bo...
  • Joanna Ellis
    As I read this book I went through a full range of emotions. I wasn’t ready for that. I figured I’d be inspired, uplifted, excited and feel ready to take on the world when I finished the book. And truthfully, I did feel that way when I FINISHED the book...but about 1/2 way through I was actually in a puddle of tears about my own inadequacies and insecurities. I wailed to my husband “I don’t have any of these dreams or goals. I’m a failu...
  • Alana Hayes
    I recieved an advanced reader copy from the publisher. I absolutly did not think that it was possible for Rach to hit it out of the park again to this degree, but she did! I knew it would be really good(dont get me wrong).... I mean... Come on yall... ITS RACHEL HOLLIS! This book is completly new content that will without a question reach you to your core. She is real and genuine to break down all of the barriers for the excuses that you give you...
  • Kimberly Wilson
    I absolutely loved this book! I didn't really dig reading or self improvement books before Girls Wash Your Face. I didn't think Rachel could top that, but man oh man did she!! The level of truth this book spits is mind blowing. Let me just drop you one of my fav parts..."Not having the knowledge just makes you teachable, not stupid. Not being in shape just makes you moldable, not lazy. Not having experience just makes you eager, but not ignorant....
  • Jenna Shrove
    Rachel has done it again! This is a must read - full of tangible tools for women wanting to get past their excuses and on to achieving their most audacious dreams. As with her first book, her veracity and wit are so refreshing. A pleasure to read.I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book.