"A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals" - if your goals are to start your own business.
I felt like the writing in the book was rushed. I couldn't relate to a lot of the topics as I don't have kids, I'm not married, and I don't have an interest in starting a business at this time.
This book is good if you wish to start your own business, but it didn't personally help me embrace my goals. Maybe I had something else in mind when I picked up this book?
This book is so pretentious and awful. The writing is awful, the tone is privileged, and I think it may be her worst writing yet. This book is nothing like the motivational speaker you hear on stage, or even the one you found in Girl, Wash Your Face, which I really enjoyed. Don't believe the paid-for 5 star reviews from the books she gave out to people directed to either rank it 4 stars and up or to keep their mouths shut. I received an advanced reader copy but my integrity could not be bought with a free book. Her "tribe" is vicious and I can't imagine anyone who thinks this is a book that ACTUALLY deserves five stars has read very many books at all. Don't believe the hype - this is not worth your time or money.
There was a somber moment when I finished reading Girl, Wash Your Face last year. The book was so good and brought so much fire I didn't want to be finished with it. Girl, Stop Apologizing is exactly what I needed to keep the fuel on my fire after GWYF. Rachel continues to provide tangible tools so that we can become the best version of ourselves! ARC provided by publisher.