8 Books Every Female Entrepreneur Should Read

If you want to learn how to build your business, build your brand and build your bank account, there is no better place to turn for advice than a self-made billionaire. This quick list of 8 books are to support your wildest ideas within your business.

1. Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind by Jocelyn K. Glei

Overwhelmed. Stressed out. Overworked. These are adjectives many women may use to describe their workdays. Manage Your Day-to-Day helps readers realize it doesn’t have to be like that!

2. She Takes on the World by Natalie MacNeil

What do you do? If you hesitate while answering that question, you’re not alone. Natalie MacNeil has written a conversational quick-read book—She Takes on the Worldfor women interested in doing what they want and leading the lives they envision.

3. Ladies Who Launch by Victoria Colligan and Beth Schoenfeldt

“Regret” is a truly ugly word. If you don’t want it to become part of your vocabulary one day, read Ladies Who Launch before it’s too late. Colligan and Schoenfeldt define the true meaning of the word “launch” for their readers. To “launch” doesn’t just mean to start a business, but to begin on your way towards meeting a set goal.

4.The Accidental Entrepreneur by Susan Urquhart-Brown

You’re an intelligent, capable woman, and you have an amazing idea for a business. But an idea doesn’t mean anything without a plan. In The Accidental Entrepreneur, Urquhart-Brown provides her readers with essential lists of all the questions you should ask to cover all your bases while starting a business.

5.The Chic Entrepreneur by Elizabeth W. Gordon

Let’s say you have a business, and it’s on the small side. Maybe it’s even teeny-tiny. If you want to grow your business, invest in The Chic Entrepreneur. Gordon provides a step-by-step guide for how to grow your business from flats to stilettos.

6.Real You Incorporated by Kaira Sturdivant Rouda

What’s in a name? Rather, what’s in a brand? Pick up Real You Incorporated if you’re struggling to define your brand. What makes you valuable and an asset to your audience? Rouda has created a step-by-step process to help you discover what exactly it is that you bring to the table, why others may find it appealing, and how to attract that attention.

7.Bold by Peter Diamonds

If you want to start understanding some of the new emerging technology in today’s market, and most importantly how this emerging technology can benefit your business. This book is written by established billionaire Peter Diamonds, who knows a thing or two about utilizing technology to advance your business.

8.Zero to One by Peter Thiel

If you want to learn how to build your business, build your brand and build your bank account, there is no better place to turn for advice than a self-made billionaire. No matter how low on the totem pole you are starting, this book can help you get that boost you need to start building your company and make the type of money you have always wanted to make.

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