Reading books is a great way to gain some inspiration and knowledge.
As a female entrepreneur, reading books that are written by strong, successful females is one of my favorite ways to learn. It not only inspires me to become a better version of myself for my business but also in my personal life.
If you’re looking for some guidance and motivation today, I highly recommend checking out these 10 essential girlboss books for female entrepreneurs that will level up your life today.
10 Inspiring Girlboss Books For Female Entrepreneurs
If you don’t have time to read or you dislike reading physical books, check out Audible.
Audible is an audiobook subscription service that allows you to read books on the go.
You can read your favorite books and work on your self-development while doing household chores, traveling to work, or even taking a bath. This is perfect if you’re a busy entrepreneur and girlboss who is short on time.
Boss Bitch is one of the best inspiring books for women who want to rise to the top in their workplace. Nicole Lapin lays out the 12-step plan that will help you advance your career and many of these great tips can be applied to your personal life as well. This is one of my personal favorites and I love her writing style.
#GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso is a great inspirational story that follows how Sophia Amoruso became the founder at Nasty Gal along with the trials and tribulations she had to face. It’s a great book showcasing that it’s possible to create a successful business from the ground up.
One of the best motivational books to read if you’re looking for a great self-help book is You Are A Badass: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness And Start Living An Awesome Life by Jen Sincero. If you’re looking for practical strategies to create the life you want to live, this is a great book to check out.
As an entrepreneur, it’s important to have the right mindset about wealth. You Are A Badass At Money: Master The Mindset Of Wealth is another must-read by Jen Sincero and will totally change your relationship and mindset about money for the better.
Girl Code: Unlocking The Secrets To Success, Sanity, and Happiness For The Female Entrepreneur by Cara Alwill Leyba is a must-read for female entrepreneurs. In this book, you’ll learn how to build confidence in yourself, reconnect with your why, the different ways to deal with jealousy, and learn how connection is so powerful.
Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert is for all my creative entrepreneurs. In this book, you’ll gain the inspiration to live your life creatively and without fear.
She Means Business: Turn Your Ideas Into Reality And Become A Wildly Successful Entrepreneur by Carrie Green teaches you how to build your business from the ground up successfully. Learn the challenges of starting and running your own business and how to beat the fear, confusion, overwhelm, and blocks that many entrepreneurs have to face before they reach success.
Don’t Keep Your Day Job: How To Turn Your Passion Into Your Career by Cathy Heller is a must for any aspiring girlboss who wants to start their own business. Learn how to turn your passion into a side hustle, find your tribe, and build a life you love.
Secrets Of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies To Up Your Earnings And Change Your Life By Barbara Stanny will teach you the strategies to level up your earnings and climb the income ladder. This book is a great read if you have fear and doubt about your own abilities and self-worth.
Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office: Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers by Lois P. Frankel lays out the 130 distinctive sets of behaviors that women learn in childhood that end up sabotaging their career. These invaluable tips that can be added to both your social and business skills and help you avoid career pitfalls.
I hope you enjoyed this post on my top 10 personal development books for female entrepreneurs and aspiring girlbosses. Let me know in the comments on what you’re going to read this year to transform your life for the better!
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