Girl Stop Apologizing
Rachel Hollis
Contributed by Carey Speaks
Part 3-1

Hollis starts by giving an account of how she and her husband got lost the first time they traveled to Amsterdam after they were flown to a country that they had not planned on going. She asserts that the first step towards achieving one’s goals is by having a clear plan, or a virtual map showing a person where they are (the starting point), where they intend to go (the destination), and the routes they are to take to arrive at their destination. This road-map strategy is always used by Hollis to achieve most of her goals.


By using real-life examples, the author is trying to reinforce the essence of having clear plans. She compares plans to actual road maps that people use to direct them to their destinations. Life goals, similarly, also requires an individual to determine where they are and what they intend to achieve so that they can they define appropriate milestones along the way.

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