Marlene Wagman-Geller (author of Women Who Launch) shares empowering stories of game-changing women.
In this date and time, it is pretty hard to run in the race of time to earn the identity you want.
And if you are a woman, you have to pull up your socks and run pretty harder.
But to be honest more than men, the ladies are killing’ it!.
They are the superheroes of today. Starting from the corporate offices to owning a million-dollar business like a boss!
They are conquering every sector they are stepping in with ease and elegance. These super-successful beauties are smart, intelligent, confident and are rocking!
Hey, do you want to be one of these ladies? Do you want to rock your professional life equally and feel like a boss?
Well, get inspired by the top entrepreneurship books written by these empowering beauties of today!
I mean why not get inspired by the beautiful stories of these top successful women entrepreneurs and learn something?
Why not try some of the hacks from these Books that most successful people read?
So, grab a box of popcorn, get your reading glasses on because we are going to reveal the most badass and rocking women entrepreneur books and the stories behind them!
1. How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life
Author: Lilly Singh
Business: Actress, YouTube Star, Comedian, Late Night Talk Show “A Little Late with Lilly Singh” host at NBC and Owner of Unicorn Island Productions.
Net Worth/Business Worth: A whopping net worth of $16 Million
Biography/ Struggle: Born in Canada in a Hindu family, Lilly was raised as a Sikh by parents, Malwinder Kaur and Sukhwinder Singh with an elder sister. During her college days, she got bullied a lot by her classmates being a brown kid. These small incidents lead to severe depression at a very young age. To cope with her depression, Lilly started her YouTube channel and started making funny videos. Soon she became famous for her comedy timing, unique content and witty bits and become one of the most loved and celebrated women over the world!
Why Read: With a witty sense of humor, this is certainly one of the must read books for aspiring entrepreneurs! Being one of the best books for aspiring entrepreneurs, and a best seller, this will teach you how to laugh on your own mistakes and move on!
A bawse knows that shortcuts done exist when it comes to success.”
Author: Sophia Amoruso
Business: Founder of Nasty Gal, and Girlboss Media
Net Worth/Business Worth: Ravishing $20 millionBiography/Struggle: Sophia Amoruso was born in a Greek, Italian family and was raised by her family in the Greek Orthodox Church. She suffered from depression and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and was clinically diagnosed in her adolescence. These severe issues lead to her dropping and school and getting homeschooled. After being a hitchhiker and leading a nomadic lifestyle she started her online store named Nasty Gal Vintage to sell her styled clothes and stolen items. Soon this turned into a 100 million dollar yearly revenue business in just 6 years. She soon launched her own website and a digital media house named Girlboss Media.
Why Read: If you are also lost somewhere and don’t know how to find your path, this a few of the best books for entrepreneurs to read, my pal!
A #GIRLBOSS knows when to throw punches and when to roll with them.”
3. She Means Business
Author: Carrie Green
Business: Founder of Female Entrepreneur Association and She Means Business (Magazine)
Net Worth/Business Worth: 1-5 million Dollars
Biography/Struggle: Born in England, she completed her Law degree and started her first venture which was a mobile phone unlocking in 2005. She soon becomes a writer of one of the most read autobiographies of women entrepreneur, She means business.
Why Read: If you are a career-driven lady with guts of iron, it is a must-read for you!
“The key is to focus on one thing at a time and to be ridiculously consistent at becoming amazing at it.”
4. You are a BadAss
Author: Jen Sincero
Business: Success coach, Writer
Net Worth/Business Worth: $1 Million – $5 Million
In 2000 she worked as a freelance writer working on marketing materials and performing spoken word. She wrote her first-ever book “Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer” which was praised by many. Her second book, The Straight Girl’s Guide to Sleeping With Chicks became a national bestseller. The book in the discussion came in 2013 and the rest is history. She has written a few more follow-up books after this. In 2014 she won the Audie Award.
Why to Read: She is the woman who dared to leave paycheque to paycheque life and built her own brand by doing what she does the best writing!
“If you’re serious about changing your life, you’ll find a way. If not, you’ll find an excuse.
5. Talking From 9 to 5: Woman and Men At Work
Author: Deborah Tannen
Business: A professor of linguistics
Net Worth/Business Worth: $1 Million – $5 Million
Biography/Struggle: An Author of twelve books, Deborah completed her BA in Literature from Harpur College. She also did her Ph.D. in Linguistics. The core of her research has been interpersonal relationships during conversations.
Why to Read: To break all the possible interpersonal communication barriers between men and women’s discussions.
The biggest mistakes is believing there is one right way to listen to talk, to have a conversation, or relationship”
6. An Enduring Love: My Life With the Shah
Author: Empress Farah Pahlavi
Business: Empress (What can beat this?)
Net Worth/Business Worth: $100 million
Biography/Struggle: Born in a modest family of Iran, Farah completed her study in architecture from Paris, where she was introduced to the Shah at the Iranian Embassy. Soon they got married. Post marriage, she was taking care of the charities and had also founded Iran’s first American-style university to help women in pursuing studies. However, the domestic ambiance in Iran became troublesome by 1978 and the couple had to leave the country in 1979 under the death sentence. Soon the Shah died in 1980 and since then Farah has been doing charity and other work on her own.
Why to Read: Read it to experience how life changes its colors and human being has to roll with it to go ahead. But, those who do it with dignity and class are always rewarded by life.
7. Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 Into A Billion Dollar Business
Author: Barbara Corcoran
Business: Founder of The Corcoran Group, investor, speaker, consultant, syndicated columnist, and author.
Net Worth/Business Worth: $80 Million
Biography/ Struggle: Born in a family of 10 brothers and sisters, Barbara was the 2nd child. She attended Catholic elementary school and later St. Cecilia High School in Englewood. Coming from a tough Irish Catholic family, she was a hard worker and worked many jobs in New York. When these side jobs could not satisfy her, in 1973, she co-founded The Corcoran-Simonè with her boyfriend. After splitting up with her boyfriend Barbara formed her own firm, The Corcoran Group.
Why to Read: If you are looking for some tough and hard core business inspiration, well now you have it all packed in this book.
The biggest challenge in business is not competition, it’s what goes on inside your head.”
8. Woman Who Launch: Woman Who Shattered Glass Ceilings
Author: Marlene Wagman-Geller
Business: Awarded Author
Biography/ Struggle: Marlene completed her B.A. from York University and went on to receive her teaching credentials from the University of Toronto and San Diego State University. She later dedicated her life to writing some of the most celebrated books of this age. Her women-centric and empowering stories have been nominated for Pacific Book Awards too.
Why to Read: If you need some Empowering stories of game-changing women then this Pacific Book Awards 2018 finalist book is a must-read for you!
9. Girls, Stop Apologizing: A Shame Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals
Author: Rachel Hollis
Business: Celebrated author, motivational speaker, and blogger.
Net Worth/Business Worth: $1.2 million
Biography/Struggle: Coming from a family of Okies who picked cotton, Rachel was a dreamer. After completing her high school, Hollis moved to Los Angeles, CA. She worked many jobs. Got married and founded a successful event-planning company called Chic Events with her husband.
Why to Read: If you like some sassy comedy with some empowering real-life deal, then my girl this one’s for you!
“If someone asks you to do something outside of your regularly scheduled programming and your immediate gut reaction isn’t “Hell, yes!” then you should absolutely say, “No thank you.”
10. Mistakes I Made At Work: 25 Influential Woman Reflects on What They Got Out of Getting It Wrong
Author: Jessica Bacal
Biography/Struggle: Jessica is the director of the Wurtele Center for Work & Life at Smith College for independent women. She runs this center to empower women and provide them with some game-changing skills, leadership skills, life skills, stress reduction, and reflection.
Why to Read: If you are looking for a humorous, yet witty read on feminism and culture, this book is for you.
Nothing will seem impossible once you read what these women went through and how they become what they are today!
So, what are you waiting for ladies?
Don’t you want to be the next on our list of top successful women?!
Grab a copy of any of these Inspirational books on entrepreneurship today and get started!
Women Who Launch
The Women Who Shattered Glass Ceilings (Strong Women, Women Empowerment, for Fans of Fabulous Female Firsts or The Book of Awesome Women)
A history of women in business and beyond: Julia Ward-Howe showed what’s good for the goose is good for the gander when she created the Girl Scouts of America. Sara Joseph Hale-authoress of Mary had a Little Lamb– convinced Lincoln to launch a national day of thanks while Anna Jarvis persuaded President Wilson to initiate a day in tribute of mothers. Estee Lauder revolutionized the cosmetics industry. The tradition of these Mothers of Invention continued when, compliments of knitter Krista Suh, the heads of millions were adorned with pink, pussy-cat ears in the largest women’s march in history. These women who launched prove-in the words of Rosie the Riveter, “We can do it!”