Hi everybody! I hope you all had a great start to the week. This next entry is a review on Girl, Stop Apologizing, by Rachel Hollis. If you recall, my first ever blog post was Girl, Wash Your Face, also by Hollis, which you can find here. It makes me reflect on all the work I’ve done thus far on this platform and overall, I’m extremely proud of Four Purple Walls.
Anyway, without further ado, here’s Girl, Stop Apologizing.
Hollis lists and elaborates on effective means women can go about pursuing their goals, despite the challenges faced along the way. She addresses the most common excuses known to man throughout, which typically hinder individuals from doing so, such as “I Don’t Have Time,” “I’m Terrified of Failure,” It’s Been Done Before” and “What Will They Think?” She essentially cuts the crap by getting straight to the point, but writes with a compassionate approach, while, similar to Girl, Wash Your Face, consistently providing examples occurring in her own life.
For instance, she even asserts that, at one point, when the rest of her family were having fun at a pool, she was inside writing this book. Sometimes everyone needs to sacrifice something in order to work on what you want to accomplish in life. Its just a necessary part of the process. She also mentions suggestions for realistic goal setting and they’re one of the most powerful aspects of the title.
I kid you not, her books have changed the way I view life as someone who possesses dreams. I loved everything about them. Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing are the first self-help/improvement novels I’ve read, and incredible introductions to this powerful genre. If you’re looking for the perfect combination of amazing advice and personal experiences, please give Rachel Hollis a shot.