15 Books Female Entrepreneurs Should Read

I start EVERY SINGLE MORNING reading at least one chapter from a self-help/self-development/self-growth/insert your term here type book.

Y'all. I can't tell you how much this has changed my mindset in every aspect of my life.

You are what you consume. Period. What you watch, read, listen to...those are the things that over time mold your thoughts. And your thoughts? Those are what drive your words. And your actions. And ultimately define who you are. That's why I am very careful about what I consume.

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I'm frequently asked how I fly through as many books as I do. Well number one, I commit to reading at least a chapter every morning. And number two, I don't (usually) spend countless hours in front of the TV or scrolling Pinterest/Instagram/Facebook. Do I do those things? YES OF COURSE. But I limit the amount of time that I do them.

I CHOOSE to use the majority of my time differently. I choose to pick up these books each and every day. Because I know that the knowledge, wisdom, and insight that is nestled within the pages is the stuff that I want my brain soaking up. Because that's the stuff that I want molding my thoughts and determining my actions.

OKAY, getting off of my soapbox now 😅Let's get into the reason why you're here:

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As I mentioned, I've read a ton of self-growth books. But these are my current faves. As my list changes, I'll make sure to update y'all with new ones!


one. Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

Grace Not Perfection by Emily Ley

three. A Simplified Life by Emily Ley

four. The Goddess Revolution by Mel Wells

five. Mastering Your Mean Girl by Melissa Ambrosini

six. You are a Badass by Jen Sincero

seven. The Best Yes by Lysa TerKeurst

eight. Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst

nine. Wild and Free by Jess Connolly & Hayley Morgan

ten. Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist

eleven. Make It Happen by Lara Casey

twelve. Cultivate by Lara Casey

thirteen. #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso

fourteen. Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton

fifteen. Essentialism by Greg McKeown  (Not talked about in the video but it's such a good one. It's about pursuing less with the outcome of achieving more)

And if you want to hear me chat a little bit about each book then you can watch this video right here:

What is your all time favorite self-growth book? I'm always looking to expand my library!