Our fave GIRL BOSS books at the moment!

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Written for the women who never consider themselves leaders or CEO's, by Sophia Amoroso. At 17 she was broke, homeless and dumpster diving.


By the age of 29 she was founder and CEO of Nasty Gal, a $100 million plus fashion empire.


#GIRLBOSS proves that being successful isn't about where you went to College or how popular you were in high school.


It's about following your gut and trusting your instincts, knowing which rules to follow and which to break.


Who doesn't love a rags to riches story, and there's none more real and relatable than #GIRLBOSS.


ps. If you're wanting more than just the story on pages, check out the Netflix series for a good laugh and dose of inspiration.






She Means Business


This ones for all the budding entrepreneurs and boss babes!


An insightful, motivational, honest and practical guide to building a business, for today's talented generation of female entrepreneurs.


Female entrepreneur Carrie Green shows you powerful, but achievable techniques to help you move out of


your own way and turn your ideas into a successful business.


You won't want to put this one down - with lots of personal stories, tips and exercises to inspire you to get your plan into action.






Money + Mindfulness


Anything by Lisa Messenger is set to inspire, encourage and motivate.


She has a way with motivating words, telling her personal stories of struggle


to success, all whilst teaching important life and business lessons along the way.


After releasing lots of motivating books, Lisa tackled a topic with a lot of stigma, 'money'!


She tackles topics like, what would you do if money was no object, how you can find profit in the impossible


and how to stop using a lack of money as an excuse for not stepping out of your comfort zone.


Lisa also reveals how she built a global brand and launched a magazine sold in 37 countries,


without having to borrow a single cent from a bank.






Winging It


CEO and entrepreneur Emma Isaacs forgot to draw up her life plan, and she doesn't have a list of five-year goals.


She doesn't believe in work/life balance - after all she has five children and heads up Business Chicks, Australia's largest community for women.


Emma shoes that you can't plan every detail and wait for the confidence to kick in before you begin;


instead, take action now, do what feels right and figure the rest out as you go along.


She shares her past experiences and things she learned along the way on how to:


Turn a dream into a job, turn a job into a business, network like a champion, protect your time from things that matter,


get fired up not ground down by the kids/career juggle and understand that sometimes failure is part of the belief.






The $1000 Project


Financial planner Canna Campbell saved $32,000 in twelve months by using her unique strategy of bundling -


saving and earning extra money in small, achievable parcels of $1000. Now she wants to empower you to do the same!


She has a popular, funny and witty YouTube Channel and website where she shares all of her tips and


tricks for saving and earning additional money, as well as advice for turning these savings into longterm passive income through savvy investments.


The $1000 Project is like a diet and exercise plan for your finances!