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Amiga, deja de disculparte: Un plan sin pretextos para abrazar y alcanzar tus metas

Amiga, deja de disculparte: Un plan sin pretextos para abrazar y alcanzar tus metas

Written by Rachel Hollis

Narrated by Jhoana Nichols


Amiga, deja de disculparte: Un plan sin pretextos para abrazar y alcanzar tus metas

Written by Rachel Hollis

Narrated by Jhoana Nichols

ratings:
4.5/5 (209 ratings)
Length:
8 hours
Released:
Mar 12, 2019
ISBN:
9781400213610
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Description

Rachel Hollis, autora del superventas y fundadora de TheChicSite.com, exhorta a las mujeres a dejar de disculparse por sus deseos, esperanzas y sueños y, en cambio, perseguirlos con pasión y confianza.

Rachel ha sido testigo con frecuencia de mujeres que tienen temor de lograr sus propios objetivos. Temen pasar vergüenza, no alcanzar la perfección o no ser lo suficientemente valiosas. Pero el mayor temor de todos es ser juzgadas por el solo hecho de tener una ambición.

Habiendo aprendido a definirse a sí mismas a la luz de otras personas –ya sea como esposas, madres, hijas o amigas– muchas mujeres han olvidado quiénes son en realidad y quiénes deberían ser. En este libro la celebridad emprendedora en línea, Rachel Hollis, alienta a las mujeres a ser dueñas de sus esperanzas, deseos y metas, y les recuerda que no tienen que pedir permiso para desear alcanzar más. Con un llamado a las mujeres de todo el mundo para que no dejen de hablar de sus sueños, Hollis identifica las excusas de las que tienen que liberarse, los comportamientos que deben adoptar y las habilidades que necesitan adquirir, en el camino hacia el crecimiento, la confianza y la mejor versión de sus vidas.

Released:
Mar 12, 2019
ISBN:
9781400213610
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as bookBook

About the author

Rachel laid the foundation for her lifestyle brand and media company with the same unfiltered honesty and staunch inclusivity that made her a three-time New York Times bestselling author. Hollis connects with a highly engaged and growing global audience of women who treasure her transparency and optimism.  She is one of the most sought-after motivational speakers, plays host to some of today’s top podcasts, and is a proud mama of four who uses her platform to empower and embolden women around the world. Rachel calls Texas home; more specifically, the Hill Country just outside of Austin.  


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  • (4/5)
    A special thank you to HarperCollins Canada for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Hollis's goal is to help women unpack unpack the crippling mind-sets that destroy their self-confidence and keep them from moving forward and reaching their full potential.While she may not be the most radical in the self-help field—after all, a lot of what she is saying is common sense—her heart is in the right place. Hollis's message is simple: women spend too much time apologizing for who they are and don't voice what it is that they want. She reminds us to take 'me' time. So often we don't recharge our own batteries and are left bitter, angry, and exhausted because we have sacrificed ourself in order to make everyone else happy. Sound familiar? As Rachel Hollis says in the book, "Girl, you do you!". If you are finding parts of the book are either not applicable, or simply not your bag, move along. Take what applies to you and your life/situation and listen to what she has to say. Her followers love her no-nonsense approach and bluntness. It's like having a good ol' gab with a girlfriend. A friend that is trying to talk you into buying the dress that looks fab on you when you are doubting yourself. Or the friend that gives it to you straight because they care. Hollis is unapologetic. You are always going to be too much something for someone, and not enough something for someone else. We only need to be enough for ourselves and more importantly, believe in ourselves.I did prefer the format better for Girl, Wash Your Face. Hollis started each chapter with an anecdote (often Google-worthy) in the form of a lie that she once believed, followed by things that helped her overcome the lie. This book is a little different in that it is divided into three sections—Excuses, Behaviors (Behaviours if you are in Canada), and Skills. It was a little heavy on the excuse section which is probably why she changed the format, but stick with it because her trademark honestly, cheeky humour, and effort are abundant.
  • (5/5)
    Me encantó, honesto inspirador, si eres mujer y alguna vez te has preguntado ¿qué hago aquí? Léelo
  • (5/5)
    Excelente este libro. Me encanto. Muy iluminador y divertido al mismo tiempo!!! Muy bien leído .
  • (5/5)
    Inspirador, honesto y verdaderamente directo. Las mujeres debemos comenzar a ser más como cada una debe ser y apoyarnos más mutuamente.
  • (5/5)
    Un libro que te quita la venda de los ojos y te permite apreciar las verdades de ti misma
  • (5/5)
    Lo ame
    Excelente libro lo volveré a escuchar
  • (1/5)
    no
    agarra
    al abrir pesimo servicio
    que lastimaa y uno interesado

  • (3/5)
    Me gusta mucho la lectura y la comparto con mis amistades
  • (1/5)
    Por favor lean mas sobre Rachel Hollis, no es el mejor ejemplo a seguir. Definitivamente hay mejores libros de autoayuda.
  • (5/5)
    La segunda parte donde se pasa a la acción es excelente. Los tips para hacer que las cosas pasen son realmente interesantes y alcanzables.
  • (5/5)
    Muy buen libro. Escúchenlo!! Se van a entretener y reir
  • (5/5)
    Muy bueno
    Me encantó accesible y comprensible felicidades muy completo
  • (1/5)
    Es un libro para amas de casa, no para mujeres reales, escrito por una mujer que no vive en un mundo real, muy bonito como ciencia ficción! Pero como auto ayuda ammmm, no!
  • (5/5)
    Me encantó! Con dicas para tener confianza! Es solo hacer!
  • (5/5)
    Excelente! muy motivador super recomendado, es bueno recordar ciertas ideas!
  • (5/5)
    Me encanto es un libro que te dice la verdad sin pelos en la lengua.
  • (4/5)
    I really like Rachel and her books. Not everything she talks about, applies to me, but I think she has a great way of saying things that puts it into perspective for me. As with any self-help book, it’s not for everyone and that’s ok.
  • (5/5)
    Me encanta este libro. No lo podia dejar de las manos.
  • (4/5)
    Este libro es la guía que necesitas para comprender que eres tu la responsable de cumplir tus metas y cómo puedes encontrar la fuerza para hacerlo. Es la guía para que te animes diariamente y te retes a ser mejor, a ponerte tus metas. No, no te dice cómo hacerlo, cómo es la manera correcta. No te dará la serie de pasos secretos para ser exitosa, no hay una fórmula. Y te deja en claro que cada persona es diferente, cada mujer podrá tener su propia percepción de qué es lo mejor y ESTÁ BIEN, aunque sea lo contrario a los demás.
    Lo que hace la autora es recordarte que aunque a veces parece difícil, aunque muchos obstáculos se te presenten, TU PUEDES LOGRARLO, solo CREE EN TI.

    A pesar que no lo amé, y hubo ciertas partes con las que no pude conectar, es un libro bastante bueno y que te ayudará a tomar ese reto, o te dará ese empujón que necesitabas para animarte a lograr tus sueños. Hay muchos consejos realmente positivos para nosotras las mujeres y me gustaron muchos puntos que toca la autora, como por ejemplo, nuestro autoestima y cómo muchas veces nos frenamos por el qué dirán.
    Vale la pena darle un chance a este libro.


    Conclusión del libro: CREE EN TI.
    Cree en tus sueños, en lo que deseas alcanzar en la vida.
    Tu tienes el control en tu vida y eres capaz de cualquier cosa que te propongas en tu corazón y en tu mente.
  • (5/5)
    Espectacular!!! Me encantó!! Gracias, gracias, gracias, gracias a la autora?
  • (5/5)
    Me encantó la sinceridad del autor y de decir las cosas como son. Es una lectura fresca e interesante que te llama a la acción de empoderarse como mujer.
  • (5/5)
    I love Rachel Hollis' upbeat and conversational style, using her own real-life experiences to illustrate her points to help women live the lives that they were meant to live. “Girl, Stop Apologizing” is a leadership and goal achievement book that assists women in eliminating the excuses that prevent them from achieving their goals and helps them to adopt productive behaviours and skills to achieve success.
  • (4/5)
    Me encanta su forma de ver la vida y como trabaja diario en ella y en seguir mejorandola; sintiéndose feliz y ella misma cada instante, no todos tenemos esa determinación y es bello escuchar de alguien que si la tiene
  • (1/5)

    1 person found this helpful

    This book was so not written for me, and that might be why I felt Hollis was very self-aggrandizing.

    1 person found this helpful

  • (5/5)
    I purchased this book from Amazon to read with my sister. All opinions are my own. ????? Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis. This book got me fired up. I felt like I could accomplish anything after reading it! Set your goals, follow your path, succeed! It all sounds so simple until you stumble, but Rachel has a fool-proof plan. Because lets face it there is always that one stumbling block, it doesn't mean you can't reach it, it just means you have to work harder to get that much farther. It's time to quit apologizing for being who you are and embrace who you were meant to be! Review also posted on Instagram @borenbooks, Library Thing, Goodreads/StacieBoren, Amazon, Twitter @jason_stacie, and my blog at readsbystacie.com
  • (4/5)
    I read this as a buddy read with my wife so she would have someone to discuss it with. I've never read a self-help book before, so I don't have anything to compare it against. However, I thought she gave some really good advice, and she's had a profound effect on my wife's life.

    I will also say that, being a father of 3 girls, the beginning angered me and almost brought me to tears. I don't want my daughters to grow up with those same feelings of doubt and insecurity about themselves and their self-worth. I want them to grow up happy, confident, and not caring what other people think about who they are. I wish they were old enough to comprehend this book to help with that.