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5 Books Aspiring Female Entrepreneurs Should Read

Jennifer Scott │ November 13, 2020

From moms who want more to boss babes who want to build an empire, the number of female entrepreneurs is growing by leaps and bounds every year. Entrepreneurship can be as rewarding as it is challenging. Sometimes, those who are just starting out need some extra motivation to take it to the next level. For the ones who dare to make the dream a reality, there are many unique challenges and rewards involved in the process. Do you want to learn the ins and outs of business creation and ownership? Perhaps, you have already begun the journey but need a little inspiration during these tough times. You are in luck! There are other women out there who have excelled as entrepreneurs and are eager to share how they did it. To anyone who reads the following books, you are sure to find plenty encouragement, foresight, inspiration, and empowerment within the pages.

#GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso

If anyone knows what it is like to have a rough start in life, it is Sophia Amoruso. Even after finding herself broke and diving into a dumpster to find food, she did not give up. While her transition into online retail was not an easy one, she persevered and became the head of a fashion empire.

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Why Didn’t Anybody Tell Me This Sh*t Before?: Wit and Wisdom from Women in Business by Marcella Allison & Laura Gale

Whether you need a pep talk, a plan of action, or to know what it is really like to run a business in male-dominated markets, reading this collection of letters from over 60 successful female entrepreneurs will be like getting advice from your best friend. This book is refreshingly down-to-earth and packed with guidance from the superwomen who have “been there and done that.”

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The Attitudes of Success: 10 Powerful Habits of Successful, Confident Women by Sarah J. Collins

There are a set of key habits women should “learn how to develop and adopt,” in the pursuit of success.  In this page-turner, Sarah J. Collins provides women with a slew of positive affirmations, principles for higher achievement, and a lot of great advice on how to enhance life overall.

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Mind Your Business: A Workbook to Grow Your Creative Passion Into a Full-time Gig by Ilana Griffo

If you need advice on legal guidelines for starting a business, advice on how to identify your market, or how to utilize budgeting tools, this workbook offers that and so much more. Mind Your Business is an interactive tool that will teach readers how to turn a hobby into a lucrative business in no time flat!

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Get Over Your Damn Self: The No-BS Blueprint to Building a Life-Changing Business by Romi Neustadt

While this book is aimed toward those who are heading into the network marketing arena, anyone who needs a swift kick in the pants and a plan to market their own personal brand can utilize the content for any type of business. Learn how to overcome negative thoughts in order to build a life that allows for “more freedom and flexibility.”

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