"Why is it so hard to do the things that we know will make us happier? In Stop Saying You’re Fine, Mel Robbins gives funny and sharp advice that's not only thought-provoking, but also action-provoking."
--Gretchen Rubin, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Happiness Project
"Mel Robbins is one of the most entertaining and compelling voices today.
Read at your own risk. Mel will obliterate your excuses and leave you inspired, empowered and on fire."
--Darren Hardy, Publisher of Success
magazine and bestselling author of The Compound Effect
“Mel Robbins has the guts to tell you why your brain is your biggest problem – but only if you listen to it
. Here, she tells you how to power through and get what you want. I, for one, am listening
, President of Human Business Works and co-author of the New York Times bestseller TRUST AGENTS
"In STOP SAYING YOU’RE FINE, Mel Robbins draws on everything from cutting-edge research to countless real-world case studies to create a wonderful program for anyone who's ever wanted to stop wishing and start doing.”
, New York Times bestselling author of LOVE FOR NO REASON and HAPPY FOR NO REASON
“Quit whining, stop saying you’re fine, and just snap out of it. Easier said than done, of course, which is why this roadmap is so remarkable.
It’s jam-packed with concrete steps to pave the way.”—Tory Johnson
, Workplace Contributor for “Good Morning America” and CEO of Women for Hire
“STOP SAYING YOU’RE FINE nails a national problem: our tendency to try and be strong and stay the course--when it's the course we have to change, and strength is not working in our favor! In this no-nonsens...
About the Author
Mel Robbins is a Dartmouth-educated lawyer-turned-life-coach and the host of the daily syndicated radio show "The Mel Robbins Show" and an upcoming relationship series on the A&E Network.
Joyce Bean is an accomplished audiobook narrator and director. In addition to being an AudioFile
Earphones Award winner, she has been nominated multiple times for a prestigious Audie Award, including for Good-bye and Amen
by Beth Gutcheon.