If you want to be a successful girl boss, you’ll likely find yourself doing a lot of research. This may include reading self-development and business books. Since you’re reading this blog post, you’ll be pleased to know that the following selection of books includes a variety of different authors. Representing the many aspects of business and life, it is a must-read list of girl boss books.
A perfect start to this list is the Girl Code by Cara Alwill Leyba. In this book, Cara talks about several things which can be helpful for a female on the road to success. Most importantly, she describes the power and possibilities of unity among women.
Second is Sophia Amoruso’s #Girlboss. It’s a business memoir that describes the rags-to-riches story of Sophia. It will definitely motivate you as you consider your own personal business journey.
This list wouldn’t have been complete without the New York Times Bestseller, You Are a Badass and its successor You Are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero. These two books transition from personal development to financial growth.
Next on the list is Woman On Top by Karen Koenig. With 4.8 stars on Goodreads, it’s a must-have for all the go-getters out there.
To develop a fighting spirit, consider Inventing Joy by Joy Mangano and More Than Enough by Elaine Welteroth. They are both helpful as the stories are exciting and inspiring in their own way.
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Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht challenges the thought process of an entrepreneur. The book showcases Aliza’s mentorship abilities and emphasizes the importance of social media.
She Means Business by Carrie Green provides an insight to learn and nurture at the same time.
Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office by Lois Frankel is the ultimate guide on what-not-to-do in a business setting. This book mentions 101 habits to resist and work your way through to the corner office.
Hopefully, you have found a few inspiring girl boss books to help you in your journey as an entrepreneur. And remember, even though you’re busy growing your business, you can read or listen to your book and you’ll still get the same incredible information.
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