The 16 Best Inspirational Books for Women to read in 2023
Hi, lovely people welcome back to my blog. We're gonna talk about the 16 best inspirational books for women to read in 2023.
Books about inspirational women that inspired me and that I just loved reading made me daydream and think about who I want to be and what I want to be.
The best inspirational women's books are not always what we see on the pages of magazines and newspapers. It is more inner strength and determination to succeed, to achieve the impossible, and to overcome anything that comes your way.
Best inspirational books for women are there to give you some encouragement, inspire you and give you some direction.
Motivational books for women are also there to give you some ideas that will help you get through the tough times in your life.
I want to share with you the 16 Best Inspirational Books All Women Should Read in Their Lifetime.
Why women must read motivational books?
Inspirational is a science, no matter how powerful this knowledge is, people can’t understand it, and they can’t learn it well, and then form an independent discipline "success study".
The following are the must-read inspirational books for women brought to you by the editor, I hope they will be helpful to you.
In this busy world, the anxiety of life, the pressure of work, and the worries of the family often make women feel distressed and bored. Women must read motivational books.
Transform your confidence, motivation, and personal growth by reading inspirational books! These motivational books for women can change your mindset and overall well-being for the better.
When you make reading motivational books for women a habit, you will enjoy the following benefits:
- Increase Confidence and Self-Esteem: Reading about strong, successful women will remind you of your own strengths and abilities, boosting your self-esteem and helping you see yourself in a positive light.
- Discover Motivation and Encouragement: Inspirational books will inspire you to chase your dreams and goals, giving you the push you need to take action.
- Conquer Challenges and Obstacles: Overcome life's challenges with the help of inspirational books, which provide you with the tools and strategies to face adversity with confidence.
- Develop a Positive Outlook: Reading inspirational books will shift your focus to the positives, improving your relationships, work, and overall happiness.
- Find Inspiring Role Models: Meet amazing women who have achieved their goals and made a positive impact on the world, serving as role models and mentors for you.
- Expand Your Horizons: Read books on various topics to gain new perspectives, knowledge, and skills, expanding your horizons and helping you grow.
- Enhance Personal Development: Identify areas for growth and make positive changes in your life with the help of inspirational books, which provide you with the tools and strategies to enhance your personal development.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on an inspirational/motivational book and start reaping the benefits today! Your mind, body, and soul will thank you.
The 16 Best Inspirational Books for Women to read in 2023
The best inspirational books for women in the world are novels, but it is also a great idea to read a lot of non-fiction books.
The best motivational books for females would be business and personal development books, as well as fiction and non-fiction books about life. Uplifting books for women about spirituality and religion are also a great source of inspiration for women.
I talk about some of the books for successful women that I find are super inspiring and super empowering for women. Of course, not only women don't have to read these books.
I think everyone should read these inspiring books for women. They are such powerful and empowering women's stories that I really want to share these best inspirational and motivational books for women with you guys.
Below I recommend the 16 best inspirational and motivational books that'll leave you feeling inspired.
1. The Handmaid's Tale
The first book that is on this list is the handmaid's tale by Margaret Atwood now this is a dystopian fiction novel that is set in a world after civilization has kind of broken apart in the united states and a kind of religious cult has taken over the united states and in this world, women are stripped of like almost all their basic rights.
so the right to education the right to work just a lot of their freedom is stripped from them and it is quite a scary and horrific world for women the reason why I think that this book is really important and very very powerful is that.
It teaches us just how bad society can get when it is based on inequality and it also teaches us why it's really important for every human being everyone, not just men and women but different races, everyone why it's very important for everyone to have equal rights and I think it has one of the most powerful messages that are in an unfair unequal society everyone loses.
this book is honestly one of the most gripping heart wrenching one of the most impactful books that I have ever read so I highly recommend it to everyone who should read the handmaid's tale.
The next book on my list is becoming by Michelle Obama now this is of course Michelle Obama's memoir and it's the story of her entire life this woman is just so so inspiring honestly
This is one of the most inspiring memoirs that I have ever read what I loved about this book and the kind of like the lessons that I learned.
This book is one of the importance of education in anyone's life and especially when it comes to women's education. I find it so sad that even in today's society there are so many young girls and so many women all over the world who are still denied education just on the basis of their gender and it could be because their family is too poor to kind of educate their daughters as well as their son so they choose the sons
because the sons will probably get jobs and be able to provide for the family but the daughters are just left without anything and that's just so sad to me so this book really really puts the value of being educated and the value of being learned in today's world because that is so so important
And the last thing that I found really inspiring about Michelle Obama's memoir was how she kind of described every single role that she had to play whether it was daughter wife mother and then the first lady of the united states and how she played all these roles beautifully
I think the best lesson that you can get from that aspect of her book is that you don't need to sacrifice one aspect of your life to get the other you can be an amazing mother but you can also be an amazing leader and have like leadership roles in whatever work that you're doing you can be an amazing wife as well as an amazing daughter you don't have to choose one above the other and honestly you can have it all and for everyone who tells you that you can't tell them to suck it.
3. A Thousand Splendid Suns
The next book that is on my list is a thousand splendid suns by Khalid Hosseini now this is a story of two extraordinary women and it is set in Afghanistan.
What I loved about this book is how the story of these women is interwoven with the political turmoil that takes place in Afghanistan and how Khalid Hassani has beautifully interlinked these two stories the thing that stood out to me.
This book is that it really captured the resilience courage and sheer strength that women have and they have put in extremely dire situations like the will to fight against injustices and the will to just get out of those really bad situations that women were put into just that was so so powerful so so inspiring to read and honestly.
This story will move you to tears like the two characters who are there in this book Lela and Maryam. I mean I said this in the vlog that I did while reading this book you can check it out over here. if you want to check out my entire vlog but those two characters have stayed in my heart they are just amazing women and their story is so inspiring even though it's fiction even though this book is a work of fiction.
I can only imagine that real women in Afghanistan went through exactly what these characters have gone through and they probably reacted and acted in the same way as these two characters. so it just feels so real and so amazing to read.
The lesson that I learned from this book is the importance of fighting against injustices if it is if there is any injustice that you face in your life even if it's very small compared to the atrocious injustices that these two women face even with a small injustice but you're facing because of your gender race or anything that is not within your control, if you face those injustices then definitely don't be afraid to stand up to it and definitely don't be afraid to fight for it because you don't deserve for things to be taken away from you just on the basis of your gender raised sexuality.
4. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid
The next book that I want to talk about is the seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins reed this is one of my new all-time favorite books and it's basically the story of Evelyn Hugo who was a fictional actress um in the 1950s.
If I'm not mistaken basically it's the story of her life and it's a story of how she comes about to have seven husbands and it's a story of love, it's a story of this one woman's sacrifice to gain fame and also in some ways, it's a story of the price she had to pay to get that fame the thing that.
What I loved about this book is that while there are a lot of inspiring female characters in books, who are very clean, they're very humble.
they have like you know the hero aspect to them Evelyn Hugo's character is extremely flawed and she has a lot of faults to her but the thing that makes her character extremely powerful and impactful is that she is unapologetic.
She's unapologetic about the things that she has to do to reach where she wanted to reach and she owns her mistakes and her regrets I was just so moved to read about that because you always read about heroes who do the right thing and who are you know like the typical heroes that we see in movies and stuff but here is an extremely flawed, extremely strong-headed, extremely unlikable character but you can't help but feel mesmerized by her and also gain some amount of inspiration from her.
5. Pride and Prejudice
The next book that I want to talk about is pride and prejudice by jane Austen. this book is a classic book like everyone knows, everyone has heard of this book and it's the story of the Bennett sisters, the Bennett family basically there are five Bennett sisters and their mother wants to get them all married off and she's very obsessed with getting her daughters married off to some rich guy who can basically save them from their impoverished life.
This book honestly the only reason you need to read it is for the main character Elizabeth Bennett who is one of the best female characters ever written in my opinion she's witty, she's fierce, and she doesn't care about what society has to think of her. she's a little bit nerdy and she goes after what she wants and she goes after what her heart wants plus she does all this.
In the 1800s English society was extremely patriarchal and extremely unfair towards women and she is such a breath of fresh air she's just an amazing character to read about I absolutely loved her character and loved the way her story was written and actually read all of Jane Austen books because jane Austen really had the knack to write some amazing female characters amazing strong female characters for that time period.
Of course, if you look at it from like a 2021 point of view some of the things some of the actions seem a little bit traditional and still patriarchal but from an 1800s English society point of view, these characters were groundbreaking and just absolutely amazing so definitely check out pride and prejudice if you haven't already and read all of Jane Austen books.
6. The Poet X
The next book that I want to talk about is the poet x by Elizabeth Acevedo. This book I think I've written about this a couple of times on my blog but I absolutely loved it. this is the book of a young Dominican-American girl who lives in new york city and she is just like a boisterous loud emotional girl she's going through puberty in her teenage years and she's just trying to figure everything out a really good thing.
This book is that it's written in the form of poems so the life of this girl and the coming-of-age story of this girl are written through short poems which are so emotional and so powerful and just so so amazing to read.
What I loved about this book is that while you have like you know a lot of young female characters who are demure and ladylike, especially in a society where women are told that they have to be ladylike they have to sit in a certain way they have to act in a certain way because that is what is proper in society here we have this young teenage girl who is just like I said loud boisterous emotional she's not afraid to explore her sexuality and she just goes after what she believes in and she questions many things that society has kind of set up for herself especially in terms of religion because her mother is extremely religious in this book.
It's just so so amazing to read because the poems are written in such an emotional and such a powerful way like you really feel the emotions of this girl and it's just a fantastic book so if you're into young adult fiction and you're into like coming of age stories then I highly recommend the port x because it was just absolutely fabulous.
7. Year of Yes
Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rhimes
When it comes to the name Sanda Rhimes, some people may not be familiar with it, but when it comes to the American drama "Grey Intern", many people know it, even if they haven't watched it, at least they have heard of it. Sanda Lemes is the screenwriter and producer of "Grey Intern". Lemes's works include "Private Clinic", "Scandal", "Immunity", etc., and can be regarded as a successful person in Hollywood.
Shonda Rhimes is the queen of television. Still, those six life-altering words were used to describe her which also appeal to me. Her debilitating social anxiety is also mine. In my case, my unhappiness with my weight caused me to say no 'and also to many amazing opportunities outside of my comfort zone.
Enter the 'Year of Yes, her first book details how her entire life changed when she committed to saying yes to everything for one year. Rhimes tells you that money, power, and honor do not equal self-love and acceptance. Her reason behind saying no to things that scared her is what makes her witty, human and relatable. We sometimes simply didn't know we were worthy of yes especially when were brought up instilled in making small of ourselves and being humble.
One of the most influential factors for my unhappiness is being obese and even it's no exaggeration! Seriously! What I learned from Rhimes is that whether you want to lose weight, gain weight or stay the same, say yes to loving your body and commit to giving it the best you can, because you deserve it. In my case, it is really about getting started to work out, lift some weight, do some squats, and stand on that treadmill...
As I said I am not a fan of 'chicken soup' books, so I can not say I like this book very much. So I go through it really fast and the most important thing about this book is cliché all over again which is when you understand that you deserve good things, saying no to the bad things becomes so much easier.
There are 15 chapters in this book, which are rich in content and very interesting to read. Originally, Lemes is a natural master of story writing, and writing his own stories is also lively, interesting, and fascinating. Moreover, the author's growth process is also enlightening, which can inspire people to challenge themselves. Therefore, this book can also be regarded as an inspirational book. It is not only suitable for girls to read, but also for men who want to be successful.
8. The Gifts of Imperfection
The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are by Brené Brown
The major reason I read this book is because of a TED talk given by the author of this book. I was really touched by one of her talks: The Power of Vulnerability, and that talk really drove me to think about myself and my life.
I am a person with all kinds of fears: fear that I am not good enough, fear that I would achieve nothing in the end, fear that I will be rejected (although it always happens), fear that people will look down on me, and fear that I am not a good fit for the society. Anyways, many fears. These fears, on one hand, to a certain degree, stimulate me to improve myself all the time (even writing this article, it's that I want to improve my writing).
On the other hand, however, it deprives many joys and an adventurous spirit of life. Let me give you an example of doing research. I oftentimes find myself afraid of taking any new directions and always worrying about doing something new (even if I have to). Why? Because of my vulnerability where I feel I have a great chance to fail, or what I think is a piece of shit. I know these fears stop me from wholehearted living and a better me.
These fears originate from the feeling of shame, according to Brené Brown. I feel shame when I am told I can do better, I feel shame when I am rejected, I feel ashamed when people look down on me, and I feel shame if I am not fit for society. Shame is like a really bad desire that sucks away all of my worthiness, and I want to do my best to fulfill it. What do I gain? It will grow bigger, and I lose myself even more. So on and so forth.
"Wholehearted living is about engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion, and connection to wake up in the morning and think, No matter what gets done and how much is left undone, I am enough. It's going to bed at night thinking, Yes, I am imperfect and vulnerable and sometimes afraid, but that doesn't change the truth that I am also brave and worthy of love and belonging."
Some people may find this type of book boring because it's all about “what to do” if you briefly read it. For me, it is more like a self-awakening experience. It's like writing about my own feeling and value toward myself, life, and the world. I feel the “opposite of wholehearted living” is so like me. But, the first step to change is to realize what we actually think and then do something to change, right?
Actually, I really like the practices the author does when she feels bad (let me put it this way). They teach me how to calm down and get refueled in a better way.
So, I would recommend this book to people who are raised in this culture but somehow feel doubted if that's really the value of life we should establish.
Wild (Movie Tie-in Edition): From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed
If you are only interested in a girl’s hiking experience, not for the Oscar nomination for best actress or the halo of the famous director, or to appreciate the well-maintained face of the former "American Sweetheart", don't look at it. The movie is out. It's better to read a novel. The novel is frank, humorous, inspirational, and easy to understand, and there is not so much jerky vocabulary.
The novel is not only an exhaustive travel narrative but also a record of the spiritual growth of the author Cheryl. She has divorced her parents since she was a child, and she remembers the violence of her father and the hardships of life. Fortunately, her mother is strong and optimistic. She has been in a close relationship with her since she was a child, and her mother is like her spiritual support.
When she was 22 years old, her mother suddenly died of cancer. She felt abandoned by the whole world. From then on, she was devastated. She did not finish college, was promiscuous, had drug abuse, abortion, and divorce, and she was sinking deeper and deeper into the whirlpool of self-destruction. In the summer of 1995, at the age of 26, she trekked on PCT for 94 days alone, covering a total of more than 1,700 kilometers.
In fact, she didn't know why she had to do this (perhaps for drug addiction, or sex addiction) before she set off. The process of walking was shocking and risky, and she didn't immediately reborn after walking. The impact of this hike on her was a little bit that she experienced in the next seventeen years.
She was 43 years old when this novel was published. She accepted the harm that no father brought to her and got rid of the shock of her mother's death. She accepted that the world could only rely on herself, and believed that she could control her own life.
It took her seventeen years instead of three months to grow from a little girl waiting to be loved to an independent mature adult. This hike is just a turning point, a beginning, and a shell.
Because pilgrimage-like trekking is very similar to the growth process of a person’s soul: a person in the wilderness, carrying a 60-pound bag, has no experience, no help, no retreat, only various unknown difficulties and the destination on the map.
Can a walk from point A to point B really change my life? Maybe it just makes people stronger, as strong as the verse of Emily Dickenson that Cheryl likes: "If your courage rejects you, surpass your courage."
10. The Happiness Project
The Happiness Project, Tenth Anniversary Edition: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun by Gretchen Rubin
The best-selling list of books this year. The author is a happy wife who lives in the Upper East Side of New York. She has a handsome husband and two cute little girls. She has a stable income, harmonious in-laws, and a happy family. Such a background... Frankly speaking, it is usually difficult to produce superb writing.
The same New Yorker also uses the time scale of the year as the theme, The author borrowed a year to implement a set of life guidelines every month to enhance the connotation of a happy life. The content of these happy life proposals is not yet vague and incorporates many classic masters’ elegant words and research statistics (or statistical myths).
It regards happiness as a specific behavior that requires repeated practice, which is planned, recorded, evaluated, and revised. Less lasting spiritual inspiration purely shows the determination of the writer to implement the happy course of action.
The atmosphere of the whole book is like a life statement version of a lesson plan from an enterprise research institute. The gist of the book is the repeated practice of the happy life principle. Its readability is rich in interest due to the multiplication of the author’s life case and the response of blog fans. Many proposals seem trivial, but they are not unreasonable. Most of them contain elements of self-restraint or relaxation.
The author of this book uses 12 methods such as health, marriage, occupation, parenting, making friends, consumption, gratitude, and thinking patterns to formulate his own plan for happiness- happiness, which can be learned. We are fully capable of making ourselves feel happy.
For me, real happiness can only be achieved through comprehension and gradually strengthening the whole me from the inside out. But my dear friend, if you have difficulty gaining comfort and happiness by comprehending life, you might as well read this book.
Learn to change external behaviors to improve internal balance; be happy through practice and make yourself happy. Although I personally feel that this book was written deliberately, citing many famous quotes deliberately, and deliberately citing too many statistics, it is still a good happy reference book.
11. Big Magic
Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
The "creative life" mentioned in this book does not specifically refer to a life of art as a career or a life devoted to art. It actually refers to a life driven by curiosity rather than fear.
Based on her writing career, combined with what she has read and seen, the author shares her practical experience and insights on creative life: stay curious, keep self-discipline, and persevere.
The first characteristic of this book is that it subverts people's previous understanding of the creative process. In fact, creativity does not belong to us, it has its own life and free will, and it can choose whether to cooperate with us or not.
The second feature of this book is that it is a solid methodology, not a novel of magical realism, nor is it a slogan-style success study. With a pragmatic attitude and witty language, the author shows us how to face our inner fears and walk out of our own creative path. Get a glimpse into the creative lives of creative workers or artists.
The most important idea of the book
1. If you can't learn to travel with your fear, you'll never get to any interesting places or try any interesting things. Creativity is indeed a path for the brave, but it is not the path of the fearless, and it is important to understand the difference. To be brave means to do things that are frightening, and to be fearless means not even understanding the meaning of the word fearful.
2. I think accepting frustration is a core part of the job, maybe even the most core part, no matter what field of artist you want to be. Frustration is not a stumbling block in the creative process, it is the creative process itself. How you manage yourself when things aren't going your way is the yardstick of how heartfelt you are about your career.
3. People will put all kinds of cages on you. They'll label you a genius, a liar, a dilettante, a fake, a passerby, a gambler, a rising star, or the king of the cottage. They may flatter you, or they may sneer at you. But either way, never fool yourself into believing that you need someone else's blessing (or even understanding) to be able to create your own. Always remember that what others judge of you has nothing to do with yourself.
12. You Are a Badass
To be honest, I never believed in the law of attraction, "As long as you desire from the bottom of your heart, the whole universe will help you."
But...with a strong internal motivation, there will be matching external behaviors. If you behave properly and add some luck, your wishes may still come true.
Well, with ulterior motives, I actually just picked a thin and simple book to review the English, and excerpted some golden sentences:
You are a victim of the rules you live by. —Jenny Holzer
Most people are living in an illusion based on someone else's beliefs.
Our conscious mind thinks it's in control, but it isn't. Our subconscious mind doesn't think about anything but is in control.
When we're happy and all in love with ourselves, we can't be bothered with the bullshit (our own or other people's).
Our thoughts become our words, our words become our beliefs, our beliefs become our actions, our actions become our habits, and our habits become our realities.
Give it hot sex, luxurious baths, and massages. Move it, stretch it, nourish it, hydrate it, pay attention to it—The better our bodies feel, the happier and more productive we are.
Most answers reveal themselves through doing, not thinking.
It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not. —André Gide
How you do one thing is how you do everything.
We only get to be in our bodies for a limited time, so why not celebrate the journey instead of merely riding it out until it's over?
Decide that you live an awesome, relaxed life full of interesting projects that you love doing and communicate that to the world and yourself. And then go out and merrily do it.
Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. To keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable.
The only failure is quitting. Everything else is just gathering information.
Keep moving, keep growing, keep pushing through obstacles, and keep evolving. You break through at one level, arrive at the next, and take another step up. Each time you grow, you get to learn something new, which basically means you have to get uncomfortable again.
This book is an autobiography of author Glennon Doyle, which records her overcoming bulimia and alcoholism as a teenager, starting a family with her husband Craig, having three children, meeting true love at the age of 40, retiring women's football player Abby, and finally The story of deciding to divorce and start a same-sex family with Abby.
Before meeting Abby, Glennon had gone through emotional distress and became a good wife and mother, but Craig betrayed her and kept cheating.
Glennon once thought about saving the marriage for the sake of her children, but she couldn't ignore her inner disgust and anger toward her husband.
After meeting Abby, Glennon fell in love for the first time, and she finally decided to follow her heart, divorce Craig and marry Abby.
In the process, she found that although her children could not accept this great change at first, under the equal and friendly teaching of Glennon, Abby, and Glennon, they grew up to be independent and strong people.
Through teaching her daughter and responding to letters from readers, Glennon encourages women to recognize the shackles of religion and traditional social culture on women, how to trust their bodies and inner voices, and release their truest and wildest instincts.
The first half of the author Glennon's life can be described as ups and downs. Although same-sex marriage is not uncommon in the United States, after having three children, deciding to divorce and start a same-sex family still raises eyebrows.
As a Christian, Glennon's decision can be said to be outrageous. But Glennon recognizes that religion and society set countless expectations about the roles of women, wives, and mothers and that these barriers are often created to meet the needs of patriarchal societies.
Under these dogmas, women tell themselves that they need to maintain their beauty and figure and that they need to be gentle and housekeeping to please their husbands and respect their elders.
Glennon finally decided to break through these prejudices and pursue her true love. She found that a complete family does not depend on its form, but on whether the family members can grow in it.
The author's writing is full of strength and warmth, which makes me empathize with the plight of women and strengthens some of my life choices. I recommend it to girls, especially those who are confused and struggling.
14. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
When you buy this book, you will find that the classification on the back cover of the last page is psychological inspiration rather than life tips.
It can be said that the leading idea of the whole book is to purify the living environment and influence, Change a life.
I became attached to this book because of a recommendation from a friend, but at the beginning, I didn’t believe in such a gimmick that tidying up can affect one’s life.
After reading every single word, I nodded and said yes frequently. Every few pages, there would be a few words of a special agreement.
After reading it, I was completely convinced by the author. Tidying up optimizes our lives and leads us to a wiser, better life.
Here, I record the words that moved me in the book, the one hand to give myself an explanation, and to facilitate friends who have not read the book to sort out their thoughts.
15. Daring Greatly
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brené Brown
The author, Brene Brown, is a Ph.D. in social work and a shame and empathy researcher. Her TED talk "The power of vulnerability" is one of the TOP5 most watched in the world (with the same name book), and there are links and introductions to her works, podcasts, and blogs on her personal website (www.brenebrown.com), and you can also find some corresponding manifesto text resources in the book.
The title of the book Daring greatly comes from a famous speech. I think this sentence expresses a brave spirit of fighting hard even in the face of uncertain failures and injuries.
On the cover of the book without fear, there is a small line written in the middle: subvert your inner fragility, and for me, the author really did it after reading this book.
Before that equated vulnerability with weakness and cowardice had an unfriendly view of vulnerability and didn't welcome it.
When I felt vulnerable, my inner gremlin judged me relentlessly, and it was the opening paragraph of this book that quickly changed my mind:
- What is vulnerability?
- Vulnerability is insisting on oneself
- Vulnerability is asking for help
- Vulnerability was my first date since divorce
- Vulnerability is writing something or making a work of art
- Vulnerability is trying new things
- Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage are not always comfortable, but they are never weak.
Maybe that's one of the things that drew me in because it taught me that feeling vulnerable isn't something to be ashamed of, on the contrary, it's something I experience when I'm doing it.
Feelings when making a list - Courage. The list is on page 33 of the book, and I hope more people can read it. I think the reason why "vulnerability" is called this is that it is a state of accepting being hit or hurt, which itself requires a lot of courage to support.
And when we face these situations, we can also choose to use many ways to escape (see Chapter 4: common methods of defense and vulnerability), and use armor to protect ourselves from harm.
What is the situation? If you add a no to every sentence on your What's Vulnerable list, you'll understand: don't assert yourself / don't ask for help / refuse to date again after divorce / don't write don't make art / don't try new things...
I see myself in this list with armor, of course sometimes I do those vulnerable things, but when I'm in deep fear of being judged by others I will pull out my armor and Get through the day.
Sophia Amoruso is the owner of NASTY GAL, an American e-commerce clothing brand. During her free time as a doorman at a vocational school, the 22-year-old opened an eBay store and the first item she sold was a stolen book. At the age of 19, she is a shoplifter, listening to anarchist rock.
At the age of 18, she ran away from home, hitchhiking on the highway, and was almost raped by a Russian. At the age of 17, his parents divorced. At the age of 16, she was diagnosed with a mental illness and has since left school to study at home.
This book is not her autobiography, and she also refuses to label her own book as entrepreneurial inspiration. "#GIRLBOSS" is an internet blog-style collage-style shopping essay. She is the author, and she is the protagonist, so only she can reveal the secret of NASTY GAL's success. The success of NASTY GAL is closely related to her.
"Abandon the lifestyle and habits that keep you stuck. Opportunities are created by yourself." In this way, she cut off her unbearable absurd life, and her life has passed a turning point.
Like many successful people, she is a doer and she will never abandon details. She is both the CEO and creative director. Her eBay store stands out because only the product thumbnails can tell the style of the clothes in the unenlarged image. If a certain piece of clothing cannot be sold, let's change the description. The combination of various things creates unlimited possibilities.
The same is true for people. Attributable to the opportunities for parents to fall in love, the birth environment, and the growth story, each person is only one part of a trillion. Wilde said: "Don't be another person. Other people have already become others." This is a customs clearance story that challenges the setting of "If it doesn't happen, no one proves it is possible." She is not lucky, she relies on strength.
In addition to success studies, another aspect of this book is feminine consciousness. This does not need to accuse the oppression of patriarchy. Success like a normal person is the success of women.
In addition to the protagonist’s entrepreneurial experience, each chapter is accompanied by essays from different female leaders in the U.S. Internet industry. They are all #GIRLBOSS-trendy, Internet, young, independent, and open up their own fields. The legendary story of the author and protagonist makes this book interesting.
FAQ: Best Inspirational Books for Women
What are some good inspirational books for women to read?
Yes! Some popular inspirational books for women include "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey, "Lean In" by Sheryl Sandberg, "The Confidence Code" by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, and "Girl, Wash Your Face" by Rachel Hollis.
What are some motivational books for women?
"Some of the most highly recommended books for motivation are "You are a Badass" by Jen Sincero, "The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne, "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod, and "You Are a Badass" by Jen Sincero are great choices.
What are some good books for uplifting women?
"Try "The Five Love Languages" by Gary Chapman, "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker, "Daring Greatly" by Brené Brown, "The Purpose Driven Life" by Rick Warren, "The Power of Positive Thinking" by Norman Vincent Peale, and "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle for a boost of inspiration and empowerment.
What are some good empowering books for women?
"Check out "The Confidence Code" by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, "Being Mortal" by Atul Gawande, "Bad Feminist" by Roxane Gay, "The Feminine Mystique" by Betty Friedan, "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood, and "Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls" by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo are great books for empowerment.
What do successful women read?
Successful women read a variety of books, including motivational, inspirational, business, and self-help books. Some popular books read by successful women include "The Lean In" by Sheryl Sandberg, "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo, "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries, "The 4-Hour Workweek" by Tim Ferriss, "Mindset" by Carol Dweck, and "Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman.
What is the best motivational book to read?
It depends on the individual's needs and preferences, but "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill, "The Power of Positive Thinking" by Norman Vincent Peale, "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod, "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries, and "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle are highly recommended.
Which book is best for changing life?
"Again, this is subjective, but some life-changing books include "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl, "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle, "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho, "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod, "You Are a Badass" by Jen Sincero, "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries, "The Power of Intentional Living" by John C. Maxwell, and "The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne are great options.
What is a book that everyone needs to read?
"To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, "1984" by George Orwell, "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams, and "The Bible" or "The Quran" depending on personal beliefs are considered essential reading and that everyone should read at some point.
What is the most impressive book to read?
This is subjective, but "Moby-Dick" by Herman Melville, "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, "The Divine Comedy" by Dante Alighieri, and "War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy are considered impressive and thought-provoking reads.
Which book inspires you the most? Why?
This will vary from person to person. Some popular books that have inspired many include "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl, "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, "A Return to Love" by Marianne Williamson, and "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" because of their message of self-discovery, perseverance, and the pursuit of justice.
Conclusion of The 16 Best Inspirational Books for Women to read in 2023
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