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Must Read Books For Bosses By Alyssa Caggiano


Reading is one of the best ways to become knowledgeable as an entrepreneur. Although there’s a multitude of articles and books, we have three book suggestions, written by other female bosses, that we feel will benefit each WOL boss the best:


1. Dare to Lead by Brene Brown


Dare to Lead is for any WOL boss struggling with doubts and fears, which is all of us at some point. There are always new ways to innovate and grow your business, and it can be overwhelming to say the least. Brene Brown takes her research regarding doubts and vulnerabilities in business and breaks down four skills to transform these feelings into success in leadership: rumbling with vulnerability, living in our values, braving trust, and leadership. With each skill, you will become better equipped with leading your business and brand to success.


2. The Middle Finger Project by Ash Ambirge


Ash Ambirge went from homeless to the founder and CEO of The Middle Finger Project. Ambirge’s book, The Middle Finger Project, tells her story of overcoming self-doubt and imposter syndrome to become the successful entrepreneur she is today. It’s common for bosses to experience the effects of imposter syndrome, which is associated with self-doubt and feeling inadequate, when pursuing and growing their brand. Although Ambirge’s story is inspiring, the book itself will help fulfill self-worth and confidence within yourself as a boss.


3. You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero


You Are a Badass will have you taking accountability in pursuing your dreams and goals.

Sincero uses her expertise as a success coach to explain how your unconscious thoughts can affect your critical decision making. In turn, she offers a step-by-step guide that’s also broken into four ways: how you got this way, how to embrace your inner badass, how to tap into motherlode, and how to get over your B.S. already. Each step will aid in changing your thoughts and attaining everything you desire as a boss.


We’re all capable of achieving our goals as bosses, but we’re often our worst critics. Each book can aid in combating self-doubt and self-sabotage, so we can all succeed as a WOL boss.

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