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Looking for the best business books for women entrepreneurs?

In the business world of the 21st century, the number of women who own a business is growing. In the year 2020, almost 27% of business owners are women. The motivation behind businesswomen varies widely. The survey indicates almost 55% of the businesswomen are driven by the idea to be their own boss, 26% started out of passion and 15% found the corporate life dissatisfactory.

Their motivation to start created their purpose. And as a business owner, it’s crucial to be focused on one’s purpose, to handle the ups and downs, to be a great leader and to maintain good relations with clients as well as employees.

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Best Books for Female Entrepreneurs 2021

So, here are the five best women entrepreneur books that will provide insights about the struggles of being a businesswoman and how to go through it.

1. ‘The Most Powerful Woman In The Room Is You’ by Lydia Fenet

A powerful approach teaches women how to sell their way to success and overcome their fears while handling any business situation. Through the author’s twenty years journey from intern to global head of one of the most esteemed auction houses, you will learn how to become a confident leader. In this book, Lydia provides practical tips to harness your power to get the most out of your career. Undoubtedly, “The Most Powerful Woman in The Room” is one of the best business books for women CEOs.

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2. Own It by Sallie Krawcheck

Illuminating the new set of rules, Krawcheck discusses how women can succeed in today’s static business world. She focuses on the evolution of the business world, favouring women’s strength, and how it is the right time for women to leave their work, to build their own business empire. The pages of this book are enlightened by the author’s idea of women being a part of this revolution and owning their future.

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3. ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ by David J. Schwartz

The Magic of Thinking Big is not particularly for businesswomen, but for all the business people out there. This book offers insight into the power one beholds and can harness by making one thought process magnificent. This book will help you to set a vision for your business and stay focused on your journey.

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4. ‘Secrets of Six-Figure Women’ by Barbara Stanny

An eye-opening book by a woman who has interviewed more than 150 women with a six-figure income, focuses on the seven key strategies of female high earners. A guide, directing your attitude in the right direction, is a self-reflection to all the women who underestimate themselves. It is a must-read that is featured among the top books for female entrepreneurs.

 

Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny

5. Rich Woman by Kim Kiyosaki

A book that will tell you why women need to have a strong wealth-building game. This book by a successful woman teaches you the essentials about finance. Arming you with financial education, this book empowers women to make their own money and be financially independent. If you want to witness seamless growth, the Rich Woman by Kim Kiyosaki is one of the best female business books.

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Conclusion:

In the year 2021, many women have made a step into the business world, they need continuous motivation to balance their professional and personal life. These five best business books for female entrepreneurs will help aspiring businesswomen to build a strong foundation with better leadership and business strategies.

Guest Author: Ekta Singh

Ekta is pursuing Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering. Also, she manages her website The Enigmatic Creation with her team. She is an avid reader. She believes in thinking big.

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