Monday Morning Motivation: Quotes From Books

Welcome to Monday Morning Motivation!

This is a feature where I will be sharing quotes from books that have motivated and encouraged me in one way or another.

I hope you will find some of these quotes inspiring and uplifting.

This week, I’ll be sharing quotes from a book I read a couple of years ago that changed my life in several ways. I would like to share some quotes from this book with you and I hope it motivates and pushes you to be better each day.

I wish you a fulfilling week ahead!


“You’ve got to plan for your success. You’ve got to be intentional, and you’ve got to decide right now that you can be whoever you want to be and achieve whatever you want to achieve. You’ve got to believe it.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“Friends, your struggles don’t mean that you’re weak; they mean you’re human. Your inexperience doesn’t mean you won’t succeed; it means you haven’t yet.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“You cannot keep living in the excuses of something that happened fifteen or twenty years ago. Because, seriously, how is that working for you?”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals.

“I don’t care what religion you were raised in. You weren’t taught guilt and shame by your creator. You were taught guilt and shame by people. That means whatever your people thought was shameful is what you learned to be ashamed of. Whatever your family or the influential people in your life thought was something to feel guilty about is what you have guilt about now.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“By embracing your calling and refusing to hide your glow, you wouldn’t just make your world brighter, you’d light the way for the women who come behind you.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“Other people don’t get to tell you what you can have!
Someone else doesn’t get to tell you who you can be!
The world doesn’t get to decide what you can try.
You are the only one who can make that decision.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“Embracing the idea that you can want things for yourself even if nobody else understands the whys behind them is the most freeing and powerful feeling in the world.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“You are allowed to want more for yourself for no other reason than because it makes your heart happy. You don’t need anyone’s permission, and you certainly shouldn’t have to rely on anyone’s support as the catalyst to get you there.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“Friends, personal growth is supposed to be personal. It’s not one size fits all. It has to be customized to you and the way you learn best, or it’s never going to stick. Be strict about your goal but flexible in how you get there.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 

“It happens when you stop asking permission to be yourself.”
― Rachel Hollis, Girl Stop Apologizing – A Shame Free Plan For embracing and Achieving Your Goals. 


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