“Girl, Stop Apologizing” – is this book worth reading? This is another New York Times Best Seller by Rachel Hollis, that was followed by her previous book “Girl, Wash Your Face”. You can check out the review on that here.
Whos is this new book for? And why should you even read it? Also – is this book okay to read for men? I’ve been getting all these questions, so I cover all of it in this review.
There’s 5 key lessons that you’re about to learn in this book review.
Girl, Stop Apologizing Lesson 1:
To get past limiting beliefs, you gotta acknowledge all the things YOU HAD done instead of focusing on the things you hadn’t.
This is such a powerful lesson, because “comparitis” is a real prolem for all of us. And it’s so easy to compare yourself to others, because you see tons of people succeeding while you’re still struggling and trying to figure out what’s wrong with you. I’ve done it.
You MUST acknowledge the things you had already accomplished. That’s what’s going to give you the confidence that you’re capable of more.
Girl, Wash Your Face Lesson 2:
You cannot keep living in the excuses of something that happened 15 or 20 years ago.
Let me tell you.. Just because your high school teacher told you that you’ll never advance at anything in life, does NOT define your current reality. Or your future for that matter.
We all have the past. However, you shouldn’t let that affect what’s happening with you right now. Let it be the lesson, not the defining factor.
Girl, Stop Apologizing Lesson 3:
A mistake that you learn from is how you build best practices.
In my opinion, if you make the same mistake twice or more, it’s a choice. If you’re not learning from your mistakes, that’s a problem.
Want to improve in every area of your life? Make mistakes as fast as you can! And learn from every single one of them.