These books are stories that are bound to inspire and bring something new to your worldview if you’re an aspiring or current black woman in business.
After reading some of these, it doesn’t seem like anything is impossible. And most importantly, it’ll be you doing all the work, but with these inspirational books, it’ll be so much easier.
“De’Shaun is building an empire with the bricks that were thrown at her. Many have seen her business skills on full display, but few know what she went through to get here. The story behind her business is much deeper than anyone could imagine. In this book, you’ll read a heart-wrenching story about pain and perseverance. You’ll learn the importance of forgiveness and how to transform your pain into purpose, your nightmare into a dream, and your suffering into success.
There’s more than one way to make it. This book encourages you to get back up no matter how many times you’ve been knocked down and counted out. It’s time to find your Truth. Then Dare yourself to be the best you can be.”
“There are levels to this game! Not many are willing to share the start-up grind with their supporters, but that’s about to change. In this book, De’Shaun shares the genesis of DARE. She invites you in on all the ups, downs, and turnarounds.
You will learn how she flipped $300 to $370,000 within her first year!
If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, or just want to learn more about the brand she built from the ground upâ¦ this book is for you!”
“For all the ambitious females who have GLAMBITION, #KnockingDownWallsInHeels is for you!
I learned to shrink-to-fit in life in my 20’s.
I had a passion and a talent for life and career, and I was kicking ass. Thing was, since I was surrounded by #trolls and haters who wanted what I had and who I was.
I started believing what others thought. Looking back, I wish I could have just said to myself, I am awesome and shrugged it off and dismiss it, but I’d wanted to be liked.
What we pretend to be, we have a way of becoming. By acting uncertain, insecure and self-doubting I became exactly those things, and I carried them into adulthood until my ah hah moment.
Don’t just gravitate to the celebrated lie of the princess culture, the so-called eligible bachelors, who are revered and tough-minded and work all the time and may or may not be capable of empathy, who offer a lifestyle, but not necessarily a real relationship.
I hope that, through my experience, you can feed your Glambition and decide to love your life, love yourself and empower your dreams to become a reality. xoxo-Dee
There is more to life ladies and if you have GLAMBITION, so go for it!”
Making Connections Last is a workbook for women who understand the value of relating to others, both professionally and personally. The book provides 29 Rules of Engagement to help the reader understand how to do more than just share your name and address. Building a network can be challenging. Helping women develop the kind of relationships that pay valuable dividends to everyone involved is the goal of Froswa’ Booker-Drew in this book, Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last. This powerful workbook will not only equip you with the information you need, but the workbook format will walk you through the exercises to make it a reality.
“This book doesn’t release until January 2020, but it’s an important book to include. Trauma changes us. It changes the way we show up in the world. It changes the way we view ourselves. In Success from the Inside Out, Nona Jones shares how an outward appearance of success can often mask inward feelings of insecurity, inadequacy and pain. In sharing her heart-wrenching story of repeated childhood abuse, Nona provides readers with a glimpse behind the curtain of what appears to be a charmed-life.
She was a corporate executive by the age of twenty-three, a sought after speaker and minister of the gospel, recognized by leading publications as an influential woman to watch, and wife of a devoted husband, but many nights she would return to her well-appointed hotel room and feel empty, confused and alone despite her success.
It was only through a revelation from God that she began to build an identity that wasn’t based on the approval of man. An identity that wasn’t tinged with the stains of her past abuse. An identity that no longer needed the trappings of success that left her feelingâ¦ trapped. Through faith and hard work, she learned how to rise from her past into a fulfilling future. And she will share what she has learned with you.”
The book chronicles Sonjia’s transition from working in a traditional corporate environment to starting a business fueled by her passion and her purpose. Young business women will be inspired by the life lessons shared, and they will be motivated to create their own paths to financial freedom! This is a must-read for professional women who desire to build successful businesses and fulfilling lives.
This book tells the true life story of the death of my mom and how this painful experience caused me to contemplate suicide. But ultimately this is a book of triumph details how I turned my life around, started my online business and how other women can do the same.
Toni Dupree is the author of two well received bestselling books (Whose Fork Is It Anyway for young people and Straight Up From The Teacup for adults). She is also a compelling public speaker and a renowned etiquette expert. The founder of the Houston based Etiquette And Style by Dupree, Toni is well known for her work with varied demographics, offering customized etiquette workshops, business environment training and life skills coaching sessions to young adults and business professionals looking to advance in their industries. Toni’s hard work was recently honored with the 2019 Award for Excellence by the Houston Better Business Bureau. Dupree is increasingly in demand as a public speaker and is regularly called upon by media to speak on issues related to etiquette.
This amazing book is filled with motivational stories of successful female entrepreneurs who are trailblazers. They all tell their unique stories through a question and answer format regarding what inspired them and how they followed their dreams regardless of hurdles. I currently read this book one story per day and each one leaves me in Awe!