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- Print Length: 240 pages
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- Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership (March 5, 2019)
- Publication Date: March 5, 2019
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DT7VJ8T
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,996 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rachel Hollis, host of the Rise and Rise Together podcasts, CCO of the company she founded, and mother of four wants you to stop thinking you have to balance it all and apologize for wanting it.
Girl, Wash Your Face
In this book, each chapter tackles a different lie Rachel has believed, the authentic examples from her own life illustrating those lies, and then the methods she used (or wish she had used) to defeat those lies. These are big, vulnerable topics like 'I Should Be Farther Along By Now' and 'I Will Never Get Past This'.
Rachel doesn't want this book to change your life. She wants you to read this book, and then feel strengthened so you change your life.
'Girl, Wash Your Face is a dose of high-octane straight talk that will spit you out on the other end chasing down dreams you hung up long ago'.
Jen Hatmaker, author of 'For the Love'.
'In Rachel Hollis’ first nonfiction book, you will find she is less cheerleader and more life coach. This means readers won’t just walk away inspired, but they will walk away with the right tools in hand to actually do their dreams'.
Jessica Honegger, Founder & Co-CEO.
Girl, Stop Apologizing
'How can I get my mom to be more supportive?
How do I convince my husband to watch the kids so I can workout?
How can I get my boyfriend to eat healthy with me so it’s easier for me to stay on track?
How can I get my dad to support my decision to change majors?
The best advice I know of in this situation is, if you want to change someone else, change yourself. People change because they’re inspired by someone else’s example, not because they were coerced into doing it.
People change because they see in someone else what’s Probable, not because someone harasses them over and over about what’s Possible.
You will never change someone else unless you find the courage and the will and the resolve to change Yourself. You will never do any of those things if you aren’t willing to let people be inconvenienced by your journey'.
An excerpt from Girl, Stop Apologizing.
New from Dave Hollis: Get Out Of Your Own Way
When Dave Hollis’s wife, Rachel, began writing Girl, Wash Your Face, he bristled at her transparency. But when a looming career funk, a growing drinking problem, and a challenging trek through therapy battered the Disney executive and father of four, Dave began to realize he was letting lies about himself dictate his life. He had to make a choice. Would he push himself out of his comfort zone to become the best man he was capable of being, or would he play it safe and settle for mediocrity?
In Get Out of Your Own Way, Dave tackles topics he once found it difficult to be honest about, things like his struggles with alcohol, problems in his marriage, and his insecurities about being a dad. Dave helps us see our own journeys more clearly as he unpacks the lies he once believed—such as “I Have to Have It All Together,” “Failure Means You’re Weak,” and “If They Doesn’t Need Me, Will They Still Want Me?”—and reveals the tools that helped him change his life.
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And sadly, for a book published by a Christian publisher and authored by a professing believer, there is a noticeable lack of Biblical support, some profanity, and ideas that just aren't compatible with the Christian walk.
I just can't recommend this to anyone.
Rachel, you seriously need to take a super long break, and, yes, APOLOGIZE, first to your husband. He is amazing. You found a wonderful man who deserves much higher regard from you. Few men in this world support their wives to the extent that he has supported you. Second, apologize to your readers for spending their money on a book with virtually nothing new, even within the pages of this new book, you repeat things, perhaps to get your word count in that you so often speak of. It’s an insult to your followers. Third, you need to apologize to your poor parents, tearing them apart publicly the way you do. What happened to “Honor your mother and father?” Would you like your children to publicize your every flaw?
This book made me so sad, sad to see so much self-indulgence above all else. No one matters, just me, me, me, me.
I actually feel sorry for you, Rachel. Your priorities are so misaligned.
From beginning to end, it was a much needed tough love talk. There is never a reason to apologize for who you are, and wanting to chase your dreams.
This book offers practical advice and encouragement for me to reach for the stars. Thank you Rachel Hollis for bringing the fire once again!
Top international reviews
Rachel Hollis has this magical way of explaining things clearly while making me stretch and challenge my thoughts.
I love how she breaks the book into clear parts and walks you smoothly through growth & development.
Most of what she says isn't unique, but she puts it together in a way that hits home. I like her spirit and spunk and tell it like it is style
1 - losing your excuses
I don't have time
What will they think?
I'm not good enough
2 - new behaviours to adopt
Learning to say no
Stop asking for permission
3- new skills to gain
I definitely recommend this book.
If you want a positive, yet in your face, wake up call for gaining confidence & achieving your goals then this is the book for you
This is gospel for me.
Will always buy her wisdom.