The Best Books for Female Entrepreneurs

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Ever since the Biz Ladies platform was started, we interviewed many women driven by passion who have decided to take the leap and start their own business. We asked them to recommend us the books that they have read and inspired them to do a change and start a business. Based on their answers we have created a list of the best books for female entrepreneurs. 

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best books for female entrepreneurs

Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 Into a Billion Dollar Business

Barbara Corcoran shares her entrepreneurial journey after she borrowed $1,000 from her boyfriend, quit her waitressing job, and started a small real estate office in New York which she turned into a $6 billion dollars’ business empire. 

#GIRLBOSS

Sophia Amuroso has built a fashion empire worth of over 250 million dollars’. Her book GirlBoss has a lot to offer to all the women who are struggling with and seeking successful existence and their dream life.

Daring Greatly

Brene Brown is a research professor who made courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy subjects of her career to enlighten masses, especially the most vulnerable in society. 

You are a Badass

Jen Sincero wants to help you live your best life by teaching you how to confront your fears, take risks, make money, find love etc.

Year of Yes

Shonda Rhimes went from introvert to saying “Yes” to anything for a full year which helped her to finally face her fears and start loving herself.

Girl Code

One of the things Cara Leyba will teach in her book is how to support and empower other women by controlling your competitive spirit.

Career Advice for Ambitious Women

Mrs. Moneypenny shares her own experience and observation of other successful working women in this practical guide. A must read for all women, from the ones who are just starting their career to top-level executives.

Women Don't Ask

This book examination of how our culture strongly discourages women from asking for what they want. Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever believe that women should promote their own interests, ask, negotiate and do things differently.

Thrive

Arianna Huffington shares all about reaching a true fulfillment without burning yourself out or sacrificing your own health and happiness on your path to success. 

I hope you enjoyed the selection of the best books chosen by our featured female entrepreneurs.

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