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Women’s Day—a day that recognizes the achievements of women and calls for greater equality, celebrated every year on March 8th. It is a day for people to express their love for women and appreciate them. In honour of Women´s Day we present six inspirational books for women, all written by women, to motivate and encourage you, whether in your daily life or in business.
#GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso
This book proves that success is not a question of your origin. Sophia Amoruso herself grew up hitchhiking and committing theft and today can call herself founder and executive chairman of Nasty Gal, a $100-million-plus fashion retailer. #GIRLBOSS is for all the girls that want to achieve more in their life’s and trust in their instincts.
Girl Code by Cara Alwill Leyba
Cara Alwill Leyba is a Master Life Coach from New York who encourages women to celebrate themselves every day and making their happiness a priority. Cara believes in the power of women and in all the great things they can achieve if they think positively and support one another. Her book empowers women to challenge their fears and create a lifestyle and career that feels real and inspiring.
I Am That Girl by Alexis Jones
This book is designed to empower women to pursue their passions, find out their purpose and discover who they really want to be. Alexis wants you to live the life you really want, and not what others expect from you. Get confident and become That Girl – the best version of you.
Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht
Aliza Licht is a global fashion communications executive, and also known as PR genius, who tells the story about her experience in the fashion industry. In her book she shares valuable advice, inspiration and insider secrets, whether you just started your career or are already well on your way.
In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney
This book features intimate portraits of over 100 influential and creative women from all ages, races, backgrounds, and industries. All around the world, women are starting creative businesses and are not in the need of any man´s help to run their business. It is truly a book that shows the power and diversity of women across the globe.
Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham
Not That Kind of Girl is an autobiography about Lena Dunham, author and main actress from the TV show “Girls”. In this memoire she illustrates what she has learned in her life so far, and this in an unarrested personal and funny but also very truthful way. Lena truly describes the feelings from a new generation of women and gives us all the guts to believe in ourselves.