Rachel Hollis

I Don’t Care What You Think Of Me For Having A Dream

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Rachel Hollis. Rachel Hollis is an American author, motivational speaker, and blogger. She is the founder of the Hollis Company and the New York Times best-selling author of “Girl, Wash Your Face” and “Girl, Stop Apologizing” among other books. In this episode, she talks about stepping into your calling, how to stop caring about what other people think, and the importance of mindset and skill acquisition.

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Why her book was inspired by Demi Lovato’s sorry not sorry [3:50]

She identifies as a recovering people-pleaser [5:07]

How she went from feeling paralyzed by what people think to becoming a savage [7:07]

Why she doesn’t care if people love her [11:04]

How she deals with triggers and family [11:50]

Why she focuses so much on intention [14:56]

How important mindset, morning routines, and written affirmations are for accomplishing your goals [15:30]

Why she wrote her book around excuses & skill acquisition [18:52]

How her older brother’s mental illness shaped her life [22:26]

The “if only” happiness fallacy [24:49]

Why she believes high performers deal with anxiety, depression, and other triggers [29:45]

The finale she did in her event and opened herself up to the opinions of others [31:27]

What she did when her husband disliked the fact that she was waking up at 5am [33:01]

Why so many women lose themselves in marriage [34:10]

“When you step into what you’re called to, you give others the permission to do it” [36:40]

Why it’s okay that other people may be right [39:27]

The impact she wants to have in the world [40:05]


Oprah Winfrey [5:49] Tony Robbins [8:08] John Maxwell [21:20] Michael Phelps [38:30]


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