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I swear I heard a mic drop when I finished this book. No, really. It made that big of an impact on me! And I hadn’t even heard of Rachel Hollis before this book. Obviously now, I’m a total fan and am following her on Instagram, but I digress. This book is a kick in the pants in all the best ways. Rachel covers different lies that she personally believed and gives her action steps for overcoming them. I like the fact that she speaks about things she’s gone through and had victory over. It gives the book a sense of authenticity that is rare in women’s self-help books. The author holds nothing back, giving her readers the grittiest of the grit in her stories.
A few of the lies covered are:
- The lie of inadequacy
- The lie of bad motherhood
- The lie of inability
- The lie of being defined by our outward selves
Each lie is spoken about candidly, with each chapter lasting no more than a few pages. This book packs a lot in, but you don’t feel like it’s tedious. This is easily the best non-fiction book I’ve read this year. If you’re looking for motivation, get this book. I’m pretty stoked to try it in audio. It might fulfill my life coach cravings. 🙂