WHAT BOOKS SHOULD I READ? 11 GIRLBOSS BOOKS TO INSPIRE& MOTIVATE
Do You Ask Yourself what Books Should I Read?
I suggest you start with GIRLBOSS books to motivate you.
With my mind on business and my heart with my family, I am always looking for what books I should read to get me focused and motivated since my goal is to create a home-based business.
I love reading because it’s the one thing that keeps me inspired, driven, and with a growth mindset.
Besides, many successful people have already realized how essential reading is for your growth. Books are a powerful and inexpensive gateway to knowledge and self-development.
However, you can’t read anything. The books you choose must help you through a transformation so that you achieve happiness and success.
Successful people choose books that fall into the category of self-help or educational.
So, I rounded up a list of the best business and motivational books for Female Entrepreneurs to read when you don’t know what to read.
Most of these books I have read, but a few are on my to-do list from my friend’s suggestions.
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11 GirlBooks if you are wondering,” What Books Should I Read?”
Lean in by Sheryl Sandberg
A great book that tackles stories and issues females face in the work environment and within society. It uses examples of how women sometimes get in their own way. And strategies you can take to change that.
2. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
This self-improvement book implies the way we see the world is entirely based on our own perceptions. For you to change situations in your life, you first need to change yourself, which circles back to perception.
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3. Jump: Take the Leap of Faith to Achieve Your Life of Abundance by Steve Harvey
If you read and liked his book Act A Like Success Think Like A Success, then you would love this book Jump. It’s about moving forward with your goals despite fear. He makes it clear you should not be afraid to fail/fall when you Jump because God will be there for you.
Steve doesn’t want you to stand on the cliff and watch others jump into their dream while you stand there in fear. Instead, he encourages you to take a leap faith and know that God will open your parachute and “Give you life more abundantly.”
Life is about the journey it takes for you to get to your destination. It’s about living fully and not just existing, so JUMP with faith and God by your side.
4. #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso
This book about Sophia going through the trials and tribulations she faced before becoming the GIRLBOSS she is now. There are useful tips to teach you how to learn from your own mistakes or by observing others’ mistakes.
These are significant steps for women looking to become successful. She also explains how you should understand the difference between the time to quit and pursue further. Learn from her how to get further in a man’s dominate the world.
5. You are a Badass by Jen Sincero
Sincero must-read book aims to empower, teach, and help you reach goals by eliminating self-doubt. She is all about getting stuff done and helping you understand you can overcome obstacles with proper strategies. And never limit yourself no matter what the situation.
6. The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz
Thinking Big is an excellent book packed with secrets to getting what you want in life. Whether it is in your career, business, or marriage, he drives the point that it’s not how intelligent or unique you are that creates success, but its the way you think that impacts your success.
If you Think Big, then you can easily create the life you envisioned and motivate yourself to do what’s necessary to make a happy, successful, and abundant life.
7. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo
For all your organization fanatics ( like me), you will absolutely love and live by this book. She takes the organization of your life to a whole other level. What’s so good about her approach is it not overwhelming. Even the beginner in the process of simplifying and decluttering their home would find these steps easy. For additional steps after you read this book check out 8 Lessons, our editor learned from the Decluttering Bible and DECLUTTER YOUR HOME: ROOM-BY-ROOM TIPS AND STRATEGIES TO ORGANIZE YOUR LIFE
8. The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley’sWhatever your income, always live below your means- Thomas J. Stanley's Click To Tweet
Want to really understand how rich people spend and think about money? It’s the opposite of what you always imagined.
Plus, we must know and signs of a poor man’s mindset that inhibits true growth. This phenomenal book explains how people who have the potential to become rich end up with a rich lifestyle but not accumulating any wealth. After you read this book, you will clearly know the tips and tricks for an average person to achieve wealth.
9. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck
Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered the groundbreaking idea: the power of mindset. In this brilliant book, she shows how success in school, work, sports, the arts, and more can be positively be affected by what you think.
There is a difference between those with a
-fixed mindset—those who believe that abilities are fixed thus don’t believe they can positively change or grow in life
-growth mindset—those who think that abilities can be developed
With the right mindset, you can motivate those you lead, teach, and love—to transform their lives and your own.
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10. Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals by Michael Hyatt
Tired of not reaching your full potential? In Your Best Year Ever, Michael Hyatt shares his research for setting and achieving goals without the overwhelm. His proven technique will help you achieve your big goals, so you don’t feel like you need to push them off.
Learn how to design your best year ever in 5 hours. Simple ways to help you when you feel stuck, overcome setbacks, and finally make your dreams your reality.
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11. How to Influence People and Make Friends by Dale Carnegie
This book has key skills everyone in life need. Simply living your life without these techniques will set you back. He teaches simple ways to positively influence people decision and naturally making friends with others.
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12. The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
This book explains the importance and power behind creating an effective morning ritual. How you wake up will snowball into how you will tackle the day. He uses the acronym SAVERS to explain helpful things to add to your morning routine.
S- Silence ( whatever you need to do to quiet your thoughts, for example, meditate, pray, relax, or breath)
A-Affirmations ( to empower and encourage yourself through positive words, for example, I am beautiful, I will be my own boss)
V- Visualizations ( Imagine your life as if you have already accomplished your goal)
E-Exercise ( anything to get the blood flowing)
R- Reading ( adding self-development books to fuel your brain and create a growth mindset)
S-Scribbling ( Journaling, Writing, and Gratitude)
Final Thought for Books to Read 2020
I hope you add these books to your collection so you always have a book to refer too. As entrepreneurs or just individuals trying to make a better life for themselves, you need to incorporate personal development! What books have you read that has helped you and I will check it out! If reading is too time-consuming then sign up for Amazon Audio so you can listen while you’re doing something else like washing clothes, driving, or playing with the kids!