Book Tour: Chip Gaines - No Pain, No Gaines

April 7, 2021

No Pain No Gaines

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.

In his new book: No Pain, No Gaines, our favorite hard working fixer upper digs deep and shares a few rough parts of his life and how it had an impact and changed him for the better! With great life lessons, mixed with humor, Chip shares how to move forward when things do not always go as planned. It's ok to change plans, and many disappointments can be exactly what we need. Chip encourages us all to listen to our inner voice and be authentic, he also shares tips on finding your purpose and how surrounding yourself with people who can help you get there is important. Not what they can do for you but people who will stand beside you and cheer you on!

No Pain, No Gaines was the first book I read from Chip Gaines and it was refreshing to read that even the fun loving, high energy, man of all trades can have low days! Pick it up here: No Pain, No Gaines


Chip Gaines is the co-owner and co-founder of Magnolia and a New York Times bestselling author of The Magnolia Story and Capital Gaines: Smart THings I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff. He is constantly reinventing the wheel on what we can achieve together and is always eager to give back to individuals and communities.

Born in Albuquerque and raised in Dallas, Chip later graduated from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business with a marketing degree. An entrepreneur by nature, Chip has started a number of small businesses and has remodeled hundreds of homes in the Waco area.


"Chip Gaines likes to sweat.

That’s been true ever since he was a little pint-sized hustler selling candy and Capri Suns down at the public tennis courts in northeast Texas. You’ve probably seen him sweat on his television show, Fixer Upper. Deep in his bones he has always known that hard work yields great results, even when there’s little observable evidence of it. On the cusp of launching into what might be the hardest work he and his wife, Joanna, have ever done - building a network - Chip realized that none of it would be possible without his network of people.

Call it a network, a community, a home team. We’ve all got one. Today it might be made up of your family, your neighbors, the people you work with. But if you want a network that will pull you into a life of meaning, a life of joy and connection, you need to be intentional about choosing the people in it. People who are enlivened and electrified by the power of living according to their purpose, who are always in pursuit of lifelong learning, and who have a sincere belief that relationships are more than transactions. Chip Gaines has been building that kind of network his whole life, and he can tell you, it doesn’t come easy.

To say it requires sweat equity would be an understatement. It requires faith in people. It requires hope. And it requires a willingness to grow even when it hurts. From hard-won lessons and personal stories from Chip, No Pain, No Gaines is a by-the-bootstraps manual for building a network you can count on."

Purchase Links

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Thomas Nelson

Connect with Chip

Website | Goodreads | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Book Tour:

Monday, April 5th: Bookchickdi

Wednesday, April 7th: Mammanatty’s Raves and Reviews

Thursday, April 8th: Literary Quicksand

Friday, April 9th: Running Through the Storms

Monday, April 12th: @workreadsleeprepeat

Monday, April 12th: Palmer’s Page Turners

Wednesday, April 14th: Leighellen Landskov and @mommaleighellensbooknook

Thursday, April 15th: Living My Best Book Life and @livingmybestbooklife

Friday, April 16th: @books_faith_love

Monday, April 19th: Nurse Bookie and @nurse_bookie

Tuesday, April 20th: What is That Book About

Wednesday, April 21st: @stumblingintobooks

Thursday, April 22nd: A Bookish Way of Life

Friday, April 23rd: Pacific Northwest Bookworm and @pnwbookworm

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