Empowering Books for Freelancers: Positive Habits and Starting a Successful Business
Looking for some empowering books for women in business that will help you to uncover your personal power, build confidence, and clarify your purpose?
We looked for books aimed at empowering female entrepreneurs and business owners, and came up with a couple that are filled with fresh guidance, inspiration, and motivation to help you make positive changes.
These great reads will refresh your mindset and renew your determination. Pop in some earbuds and listen while you clean or queue one up on your commute!
Working Girl: The Power of Positive Habits to Take Charge of Your Career by Mary-Louise Parker
Working Girl: The Power of Positive Habits to Take Charge of Your Career, by Mary-Louise Parker, is for women who are looking to take control of their careers and achieve success in the workplace.
This book is based on the idea that positive habits are the key to success in any field, and it provides readers with practical advice and strategies for developing these habits.
Parker shares her own experiences and insights on how to navigate the workplace as a woman, and provides tips on how to build a successful career. She covers a wide range of topics, including time management, networking, goal-setting, and dealing with stress and obstacles. The author also provides advice on how to build relationships with colleagues, managers, and clients, and how to advocate for oneself.
Working Girl is an inspiration for women who want to take charge of their career and achieve their professional goals. With Mary-Louise Parker's practical advice, you can course-correct with some new tools meant to help you succeed in your business.
She Takes on the World by Natalie MacNeil
She Takes on the World is an encouraging read written by entrepreneur and media producer Natalie MacNeil. Written as a guide for women who are looking to start their own businesses, the focus is on personal and professional development.
The book is divided into three parts, starting with inspiration and motivation for starting a business. The second section delivers tips on how to start and grow a business. How to maintain a balance between business and personal life is covered in section three.
Throughout the book, MacNeil shares her own personal experiences as a business owner and provides examples of successful women entrepreneurs. You’ll find topics such as developing a business idea, creating a plan, raising capital, building a team, plus marketing and branding. She Takes on the World is a great resource for finding out how to overcome common challenges faced by women in business, such as dealing with imposter syndrome and balancing work and family life.
The book is written in an easy-to-read style, with plenty of real-life examples and actionable advice. It’s a comprehensive modern guide for women starting or ready to grow their own successful businesses.
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If you’ve hit a snag in your business, you can learn to navigate and overcome it. From personal development and motivation to practical tips and strategies, these books offer valuable insights and knowledge that can empower women to take on the business world and achieve their goals.