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Powerful Women Studied These 49 Books In Detail

Read to find out what makes the boss females tick.

They saw the glass ceiling and without even giving it a second thought smashed it to smithereens. They got to the top of the field wielding unparalleled influence few women could have dreamt possible just little less than a century ago.

Make no mistake, these women are what is colloquially known as “Boss B*tches” and they sure are not be underestimated in their capacities. The heights of success they achieved make them the envy of many, not only women but men also.

These powerful women are role models for their gender to finally get out to the world and get theirs. Their attitudes are enviable, their lives to be studied, and their drive to succeed to be emulated. Learn what makes a powerful female tick by reading these books.

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#1 Silent Voices: A true story of one family’s tragedy and journey toward acceptance, grace and forgiveness

SILENT VOICES shares how Debbie Nau Redmond dealt with her brother’s mental illness and how even after tragedy found its way into her family, claiming some of her siblings how she was able to show forgiveness and use her own pain to inspire other individuals.This book is all about breaking the stigma of mental illness and showcasing the strength we can all tap into.

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#2 Stronger: How Overcoming Life’s Adversities Can Push You Into Your Purpose

STRONGER by Dr. Teresa Smith reminds us that regardless of where we have come from or where we currently find ourselves we can thrive and embrace our inner strength. Following the example of Dr. Smith we are able to see that regardless what comes our way we can show that we are STRONGER and that will inspire others to see what they can overcome as well.

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#3 The Parrot’s Perch: A Memoir by Karen Keilt

THE PARROT’S PERCH chronicles the journey of Karen Keilt and how she was able to overcome both physical and emotional torture and come out the other side stronger and ready to bring attention to the travesty that so many are facing when it comes to abuse of power. Tapping into unimaginable strength her personal story is sure to inspire others.

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#4 Against the Odds by Diana Baleanu

Living in communist Romania of the 1970s and ’80s, Diana’s life takes a sudden dramatic turn when her diplomat father unexpectedly defects to the West. In her biography, Diana Baleanu tells a tale of persecution, abuse and suffering endured at the hands of the dreaded dictator Ceausescu’s tyrannical government and secret service. But just as all hope of ever seeing an end to her ordeal or of being reunited with her father is all but lost, history miraculously changes its course.

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#5 Freaks Like Me by Georgina Peterson

Georgie was just a typical teenager when it happened; she was studying hard for a place at her dream university and having fun with her friends on weekends. She always knew what was coming next. She had her entire life planned, until one night and one event turned her whole world upside down. In an instant, everything had changed, and it was never to be the same again. Freaks Like Me is a touching memoir about invisible illness, mental health and the prejudice that sadly comes alongside it. It’s the true story of how one girl and her loved ones finally learnt to accept the hand they had been dealt.

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#6 Fear, Hunger and Hope by Christa-Sheila Duggal

As World War II drew to a close, the German city of Goerlitz became divided along its river; the right bank assimilated into Communist Poland and the left bank into remaining Germany before eventually becoming part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR).Christa-Sheila Duggal was born here a few years before, in 1937.

She writes of her formative years under the regime of Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party and how it impacted her and her family. As her family attempted to piece together their lives after the turmoil of the war, Duggal returned to school to a new message from teachers about the marvels of communism; her city by then was divided more than merely the river which ran through it.

In Fear, Hunger and Hope, Duggal uses an intriguing blend of memories and anecdotes and a keen eye for historical fact to craft this fascinating memoir of a childhood lived in a turbulent, divided city. It is a truly unique, first-hand chronicle of 20th century history.

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#7 Rehabilitated by Valeria Tokoar

Rehabilitated is Valeria Tokoar’s raw account of growing up with insecurity and anxiety and with a personality that found it hard to resist temptation. Always looking for the easy way out, Valeria made one wrong decision after another until she found herself in a world of drugs, alcohol and even prostitution. In an abusive relationship, and with the threat of her son’s custody being taken away from her, she knew she had to change.

But change was not easy. How did she even become a person like this? And how was she going to sober up? Would she be able to resist a world of mental oblivion that was always calling her back? Is it really possible to get one’s life on track if you’re so far gone? Rehabilitated is the story of how Valeria Tokoar managed to do just that. It’s a tale of love and loss, of family ties and of hope and faith in the face of everything.

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#8 Becoming Madam Widow by Katherine Webster

After the sudden and devastating death of her husband and business partner, an intransigent woman enters a period of her life immersed in fear, self-doubt and near financial ruin. Existing in a web of loneliness and isolation in the small town where she lived with her husband, she struggles to find answers and the way out of her chaos wondering every day if she should even actually go on.

This is the true story of a woman whose independence, faith and strength are rocked to the core of her being and all at a time in her life when she thought she had it all figured out. The battles, challenges and decisive action she takes will either help her sink or swim, do or die, survive or thrive.

The hard lessons she learns and the distress that confronts her are the collective elements that guide her in her quest for life after his death. It becomes a voyage complete with fear and loneliness, but also one of joy, enlightenment and finally true independence. This is a book for all women about the mental, spiritual and emotional journey of a lifetime.

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#9 Beauty Redefined by Seline Shenoy

In our beauty-obsessed culture, women have become accustomed to using the standards set by society and the media as a barometer to measure their own worth. They perpetually wonder where they stand on the attractiveness continuum and question everything about their outward appearances, from their skin colour to their waistline, to their fashion sense.

They keep asking themselves, Am I good enough? Do I matter? Will others love and accept me for who I am? Beauty Redefined explores this critical issue by looking at beauty from a cultural, biological and historical perspective and provides solutions on what we can do on a collective and individual level to redefine what it means to be a beautiful woman.

By reading this book, you’ll be convinced that your voice matters and you’ll feel empowered to make your own unique mark in the world, no matter what your size, shape, colour or ethnic background is. You’ll learn how to love yourself (warts and all!) and embrace every unique aspect of your being and use it to make the world a better place.

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#10 A Women’s Guide to Saving the World by Karen Eberhardt Shelton

A stream of stories by women, known and not, from various walks of life and areas of persuasion – presented as an anthology to provide suggestions, solutions, opinions on what we all can do to make the world out there, or in our midst, a better, kinder, friendlier, more equitable and rational place to live; not just through barely managing, but by putting into practice the harmony needed for co-existing with each other and everything on earth.

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#11 #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso

It’s very inspiring how one young woman’s life changed from being a literally nobody to becoming the founder of one of the fastest-growing retail companies in the world today.

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#12 You Are A Badass At Making Money by Jen Sincero

If you’ve ever felt you should be making more money or in a job you love a whole lot more, but it feels out of reach or too late, this book is for you. Sincero talks money mindset in a way that even the biggest cynic will relate to, with a whole lot of humour and real world examples. This book inspired massive change in my life, it led to me earning a hell of a lot more money (while stressing a whole lot less about investing in myself), launching a new business and just being way nicer to myself on a daily basis. Go read it, it will change your life.

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#13 GIRL STOP APOLOGIZING by Rachel Hollis

This book is a excellent read if you need a little push on all areas of your life, Girl Stop Apologizing will make you laugh, cry and, get you motivated to move forward without feeling guilty. This book changed my life!

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#14 Bossypants by Tina Fey

Tina Fey is our fearless leader. But in this book, she gets real about her transformation from total nerd to appearing on the highly acclaimed Saturday Night Live. She covers her other professional pursuits too, showing us all how women can get ahead. Fey talks about it all, from the pressures to be beautiful and the pressures of motherhood to romantic ups and downs. It’s an engaging, informative and interesting read.

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#15 Disassembly Required: A Memoir of Midlife Resurrection by Beverly Willett

“After a small-town southern girl turned New Yorker watches her American Dream implode, she musters the courage to begin again resurrecting the powerful woman her daughters had glimpsed during their family’s darkest times.

That’s the book’s logline—and promise. And veteran journalist and writer Jesse Kornbluth says this about Willett’s debut memoir: “This is the book Sheryl Sandberg might have written if she hadn’t been rich.”

Beverly Willett had the dream: husband, children, career,and that most important New York achievement, a house in Brooklyn. And then she just had…her kids. She didn’t ‘lean in’, she sucked it up, moved on, and built a new life. Disassembly Required: A Memoir of Midlife Resurrection is more energizing and inspiring than a triple espresso.”

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#16 Lone Gunman: Rewriting the Handbook On Workplace Violence Prevention

Homicide is the number one cause of workplace death for women. Of the women killed. 43% will be murdered by a family member (husband) or domestic partner. What’s worse is 77% of workplace violence that doesn’t result in death is perpetrated against women. This is a predictable, preventable, and actionable event, but it is an unpleasant topic that most people prefer to ignore, and the problem is getting worse.

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#17 Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

Lean In is one of the most empowering books I’ve ever read. It’s all about how women shouldn’t hold themselves back in the workforce. It’s written by Sandberg who is the COO of Facebook and she gives data, research, and her own personal experiences being a woman in the workforce. She also talks about what men can do to help. It’s super eye-opening and really makes you think!

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#18 Money Honey by Rachel Richards

My (biased, as I’m the author) opinion of this book is that it’s a money management guide that is ACTUALLY fun, entertaining, and easy to understand. This book has resonated with female millennials. The subtitle itself is telling… A Simple 7-Step Guide for Getting Your Financial $hit Together. Women who want to empower themselves and take control of their finances should definitely read this!

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#19 Step into Your Power: 23 lessons on how to live your best life by Jamia Wilson

Listen up little sister! You’ve heard about heroes and read about the greats, but how do you actually get there yourself? This book shows you how to make your big dreams a big reality. Learn from the lived experience of author Jamia Wilson and illustrator Andrea Pippins as they mentor you through growing up in the modern world, and teach you how to STEP INTO YOUR POWER.

‘Slay your fear!’ ‘You’ve got this!’ ‘Take heart and trust your gut!’ In this friendly guide, ‘big sister’ Jamia Wilson helps you achieve your dreams and know your rights with caring advice and actions you can take and make your very own. Explore what it means to know and trust your insights and capabilities with stories, images, activities, resources and action prompts that you can interact with on your own time and, most importantly, on your terms. Unlock your power and be yourself – you may just change the world!

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#20 J. K. Rowling: Boss the bestseller list like (Work It, Girl) by Caroline Moss

When Joanne Rowling was a young woman, she found herself down and out of luck. But, she had a best-selling idea and a tenacious spirit. If only she could find someone who wanted to publish her book…Discover how J. K. Rowling became a best-selling author and publishing sensation in this true story of her life. Then, learn 10 key lessons from her work you can apply to your own life.

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#21 Oprah Winfrey: Run the show like CEO (Work It, Girl) by Caroline Moss

When Oprah Winfrey was a little girl, she watched her grandma hang clothes out on the line. Oprah adored her grandma, but she knew in that moment her life was going to be different… And she was right. Discover how Oprah became a billionaire CEO and media mogul in this true story of her life. Then, learn 10 key lessons from her work you can apply to your own life. Featuring inspiring quotes and mantras, this is a book for all kids wanting to forge their own career path

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#22 Little People, Big Dreams: Wilma Rudolph by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Wilma was born into a family with 22 brothers and sisters, in the segregated South. She contracted polio in her early years and her doctors said she would never walk again. But Wilma persisted with treatment, and she recovered her strength by the age of 12.

At school, Wilma showed a talent for basketball and sprinting, earning the nickname Skeeter (mosquito) as she ran so fast. Wilma was in college when she went to the 1960 Olympics. She not only won gold in sprint events, but also broke world records with her sprinting skill. She had beaten polio to become an Olympic champion. She is a huge inspiration to many women in sports around the world. This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the athlete’s life.

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#23 Little People, Big Dreams: Dolly Parton by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Little Dolly grew up in Tennessee in a family ‘as poor as dirt’. She started performing at an early age, singing on local radio and television. After graduating high school, she moved to Nashville to pursue her singing dreams.. Her managers wanted her to sing pop, but she followed her heart to sing and write country songs. Her heart was right – Dolly became a musical superstar, but she never forgot where she came from. She now uses her wealth to give back to people, children and animals in need. This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the singer’s life.

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#24 Ella May Does It Her Way by Mick Jackson

Hello and welcome to Ella May, the girl who likes to do things her way. In the first of this brilliant new series all about an imaginative, strong-willed girl character with her own ideas, Ella May tries walking backwards, just to see how it feels. In her bedroom she tries reading her books backwards, and after dinner she goes backwards up to the bathroom and climbs backwards into bed. When Ella goes backwards up the slide and backwards over the castle, Ella’s mum decides to turn around and walk backwards next to Ella, to make it easier for them to talk. Pretty soon, half the town is walking backwards in a giant, backwards-walking procession. Where will it end?

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#25 Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running with My Dog Brought Me Back from the Brink

This inspiring memoir of a 49-year old, grief-stricken and chronically depressed woman who takes up running with her dog will entertain and motivate any reader who has ever fallen into deep despair. Sweeney finds a way through the darkness by pounding the roads with her canine companion. Whether or not readers want to follow in her footsteps, they will be enthralled with her journey.

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#26 Black Tie Optional: 17 Stories by Carrie Knowles

Black Tie Optional” The women in Black Tie Optional are caretakers—daughters, wives, sisters, teachers, and neighbors—whose dreams lie in wait. A fish seller meets God when she dies; a daughter picks out a pink casket for her deceased mom; a woman with Alzheimer’s believes she is related to Clint Eastwood; and a recently engaged woman shares tales with her fiancé about growing up with a blind father. Through these unvarnished tales, Carrie poses one looming question – Are you choosing to live life as a burden or a journey?

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#27 Vigilance: The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Personal Safety, Self-Protection Measures, and Countermeasures

Vigilance is a powerful tool to help women avoid being victimized while traveling and in everyday life. It unpacks the emotional, mental and physical preparation critical to dissuading predators, drawing on the expertise of law enforcement and anti-terrorism operatives to prepare women for threats, prevent attacks from occurring and equip them to protect themselves when necessary.

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#28 Emotional GRIT: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts & Change Your World PREORDER Ships On September 20

Dr. Neeta Bhushan has gone through many tragedies early in her life. She lost both of her parents as well as her younger brother all before the age of 19. In her first marrige, she had to face domestic violence and in her career, she had to realize she was living someone else’s dream. Overcoming extraordinary adversity, inspired her to leave her traditional career as a successful but unfulfilled dentist to embark upon a life of global advocacy, campaigning emotional awareness and new thought leadership. Every woman seeking to leave authentically would relate to this book that was born during of Neeta’s deep journey of self-discovery. Sharing her story brought her to discover the ultimate dormant power of authenticity: the power to set her free of the past and see life through love and laughter.

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#29 Your Next Bold Move for Women

This book is a guide to inspiring women who want to step into their full potential, create a powerful future for themselves and start making bold moves towards it.

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#30 Friendship & Faith: The WISDOM of Women Creating Alliances for Peace

This is a book about making friends, which may be the most important thing you can do to make the world a better place, and transform your own life in the process. Making a new friend often is tricky, as you’ll discover in these dozens of real-life stories by women from a wide variety of religious and ethnic backgrounds. But, crossing lines of religion, race and culture is worth the effort, often forming some of life’s deepest friendships, these women have found. In “Friendship and Faith”, you’ll discover how we really can change the world one friend at a time.

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#31 Struck By Hope by Jeanine Patten-Coble

2017 CNN Hero Jeanine Patten-Coble writes about the day after a diagnosis of breast cancer, she was struck with a calling that turned her world upside down. In this book, she weaves her tale of running away from that calling—to finding her purpose. Her vision led her to found Little Pink Houses of Hope and a way for cancer patients to find hope in week long family retreats. In this book, she invites us along on this journey toward becoming “ridiculously present.” She includes questions for personal reflection and group discussion.

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#32 Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs who want to go Big

This book talks through stories of women who have grown powerful businesses and how they were able to navigate through things like funding and investing. When I first read it I did not think something like that would apply for me at all. Now that I have the ideas in the book, I realize it isn’t that difficult to put yourself out there and become a big business.

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#33 Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty

Rosie Revere is an essential kids book that teaches our daughters and sons that failure is a part of developing something even better. Rosie Revere is essentially the great niece of Rosie the Riveter, who teaches little Rosie about how to never give up on your dreams, no matter your age.

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#34 31 Days of Gratitude: Create the Life You Desire

In 31 Days of Gratitude, Shilamida shares her hard-earned knowledge with you. The first 10 pages are a simple explanation of the laws of the Universe, followed by 31 days of sample affirmations and room to journal your own thoughts and desires. Take a journey into the personal practice of gratefulness through positive affirmations and guidelines for living. Every single thing in your life right now has the ability to change if you believe it and practice gratitude! Life, love, money, abundance and pure magic is all within you if you commit to a mind shift! It’s time to start your journey.

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#35 TREE OF LIVES: My rocky path out of the Wildwoods by Elizabeth Garden

Tree of Lives is an inspiring book for any young woman caught in a cycle of abuse or still living at home with narcissistic, controlling or alcoholic parents. This epic true story follows a young artist named Ruth and her struggles with her deeply abusive upbringing, the nexus of the dysfunction being the secret tragedy that set the stage for the many obstacles she had to overcome. It includes dramatic, literal cliff hanger scenes, family secrets, narcissism and abuse, mixed races, genetics, mental health, single motherhood, the Other Side, religion, and inspiration through visualization. Thought provoking discussion questions are in the back pages. This book is currently being used by therapists for victims of abuse.

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#36 Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: A Novel

Meet Eleanor oliphant. By ‘completely fine’ she means she is a brilliant woman who holds a pedestrian job, lives a dead-end routine, and is terribly lonely. As her life story unravels before us, we realize what a powerful survivor she is. We learn to admire, not mock her. ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ always brings me to the Cultivating our Authenticity e-course we have at Buddy&Soul, my platform for personal development. If there’s anything Eleanor does perfectly, it is to be authentic. Looking forward to the movie with Reese Witherspoon!

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#37 Cold Comfort Farm (Unabridged) by Stella Gibbons

At age 19, Flora Poste is a poor orphan. She has no profession. And among all the options of staying with her relatives, she opts for the dilapidated Cold Comfort Farm in Sussex, England. Four months later, though, and with Flora’s positive, proactive, purposeful yet polite guidance, the Farm thrives, the relatives are happier than ever, and Flora goes off to marry her beloved Charles. Naturally, she is the one who initiates the uniun. Given that the book came out in 1932, the self-sufficiency and independence this woman shows, are remarkable. As I manage Buddy&Soul, a platform for personal development, where we help people thrive even in less-than-optimal situations, I especially appreciate Flora’s qualities.

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#38 Go Love Yourself by Heather Colleen Reinhardt

I wrote this Go Love Yourself to help as many people as possible understand that they can build the life of their dreams. I have traveled down a very personal path on my self-love journey. I have had massive leaps forward along with massive steps backward. There are so many learning curves on the journey of self-love. While some must be experienced as they happen, this book is a collection of my stories and advice shared with the intention of knocking some time off your journey so that you can get there faster and better equipped, sparing you some of the stumbles that I had along the way. I am the woman who’s read every self-help book and actively applied the lessons to my life, and with that, I share with you in this book the things that worked the best. Self-love is a mind, body and spirit journey. You have to be in alignment with all three to fully thrive. When you learn to love yourself, you truly can #liveyourbestlife.

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#39 Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead by Tara Mohr

This book gives both practical and spiritual advice about how to deal with self-doubt, criticism, and taking big steps. The tools Mohr discusses are great for every woman on any career path.

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#40 Surviving a Cyberstalker: How to Prevent and Survive Cyberabuse and Stalking

In the cyberage it is nearly impossible to be free from stalking and cyberstalking and predators continue to outpace law enforcement, laws and victim resources this book is a vital resource and powerful tool that everyone should have to help prevent and defend against cyberstalking and stalking.

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#41 No Excuses: Nine Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power

Feldt is a feminist icon who is co-founder and president of Take the Lead and a former president of Planned Parenthood. Vanity Fair named Gloria as one of its Top 200 Women Legends, Leaders and Trailblazers and Glamour Magazine listed her as one of its Women of the Year. Gloria contends that the greatest problem today isn’t that doors of opportunity aren’t open, it’s that women aren’t walking through them. She urges women to shift the way they think in order to achieve true parity with their male counterparts and offers nine leadership power tools in this book. These include: Know Your History; Define Your Terms First; Embrace Controversy; Employ Every Medium and other ideas for using the tools and resources women already have to help equalize power at work, politics and at home.

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#42 Break Up With Your Rental by Courtney Poulos

Part of being a powerful woman is owning your financial future. Courtney Poulos, who owns a real estate brokerage in Los Angeles wrote her book, Break Up With Your Rental to empower women to understand real estate and take charge of their finances. Poulos asserts that it is important for women to understand the benefits of investing in real estate and to know that this is something they can do on their own.

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#43 Pussy: A Reclamation by Regena Thomashauer

While the title was shocking at first, we were awestruck by the content that helps women tap into their femininity as a power source for their personal and business lives. If you’re looking for an eye-opening book to re-energize or wake you up, this book is powerful. And, even stranger…a male business colleague recommended the book to us! So, it’s good for men, too!

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#44 Strong Woman: The Truth About Getting to the Top

Strong Woman shows how far determination, confidence and professionalism can take you in life. As a working mother and female business owner, I’d certainly recommend this book to other women in the same situation. During the tough times, I think we all need a reminder that it’s ok to be a career driven mother. As a mother, businesswoman, wife and individual, we often make sacrifices in each of our roles, and yes, we feel guilty, but it doesn’t matter what other people think!

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#45 Effing Simple: Your Guide to Growing Your Network Marketing Business and Changing Your Life

Toni Vanschoyck is a powerful woman who wrote Effing Simple: Your Guide to Growing Your Network Marketing Business and Changing Your Life. This book is a no-nonsense roadmap to creating the life of your dreams through network marketing. While it’s business-related, the book is chock full of inspiration and motivation for anyone looking to change their life from a woman who has done just that. Even better, she not only changed her own life, but hundreds of thousands of lives doing work she loves.

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#46 Emotions Of The Mind: Breaking The Cycle

“Emotions of The Mind” serves as a guide on how to thrive despite the trauma. It will also empower readers and raise awareness about the impact of mental and emotional health issues. The transparency of my journey will inspire readers to evaluate their own mental and emotional health.

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#47 Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

This title uncovers the soul of the true feminine & creates a safe space to share that soul with the soul its complement: men.

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#48 Real Talk: What Other Experts Won’t Tell You About How to Make Presentations That Sizzle

A woman’s ability to own the stage and present herself, her company, and her industry well can make the difference between closing deals or getting doors closed on her. REAL TALK provides no-nonsense, practical, ready-to-use advice and strategies and details, step-by-step, what to do and what not to do. The book answers some of the biggest questions about how to make effective presentations such as how to control your jitters before speaking, how to establish your credibility even if you do not have an impressive background or biography, what to do to get your audience engaged without using a lot of bells and whistles, and how to keep the audience from giving you blank stares when you ask Are there any questions?” REAL TALK also gives special attention to details specific to women presenters in relation to voice and attire. REAL TALK gives real direction and real advice on how to make presentations that sizzle every single time!

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#49 The Power of Owning Your Career: Winning Strategies, Tools and Tips for Creating Your Desired Career!

This book gives women the opportunity to recognize that they are in full control of their careers and that they can craft their own roadmaps to success. In the book, Simone shares her career journey, highlighting experiences that led her to the revelation that she was indeed in control of her destiny. Simone outlines a formula you can use to successfully own your career and provides insights and wisdom from diverse leaders about their own career journeys. This career management guidebook not only outlines the importance of taking ownership of your career, but will give each woman who reads it a process for doing so, taking a deep dive into the mindsets and behaviors you can adopt to find success while fulfilling your higher purpose.

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Contributors to this article
Cyrus Webb from CyrusWebb

Alisha Billmen from Austin Macauley Publishers

Pratibha Vuppuluri from She Started It!

Hannah Attewell from Force of Nature Coach

Patricia Martin from Travelfamlife

Adina Mahalli from EnlightenedReality

Beverly Willett from BeverlyWillett

Phil La Duke from N/A

Rachel Richards from Money Honey Rachel

Mel Schuit from The Quarto Group

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  1. How was the research conducted to draw the conclusions for this article? Just curious as my boss is an ass-kicking woman and hadn’t read any of these titles?

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