Social media has totally suck what little life motivational platitudes have. For once, it shows a lot of people “winning” at life, allegedly enjoying extravagant and fun lifestyle daily while you still wonder how to make ends meets. And also, those images that feature motivational phrases written with a should-be-inspiring picture have been done to the death of it, they are a parody at this point.
So, the question presents itself: Where does a girl get to go to get some grounded motivation away from pretenders, frauds and plain lazy pseudo-deep thinkers? The answer is in the pages.
While books might be a little retro for some, they are the perfect format to harness real inspiration from simply because they go deep when they explain themselves, taking their time to really leave you with a wisdom for you to carry, and so much of that is what you’ll get by reading these motivational books written for women, check them out.
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Actor Sean Kanan and author and motivational speaker Jill Liberman wanted to know what that X Factor is that makes some people highly successful. They reached out to celebrated leaders to find out. The result is Success Factor X: Inspiration, wisdom and advice from 50 of America’s best. Contributors include Mark Cuban, Sara Blakely, Tony Robbins, Jason Alexander and Darryl McDaniels (Run DMC). Revenues benefit the American Red Cross. This is a beautiful, glossy coffee table book full of inspiration from celebrated leaders. The book includes an 8 x 10 4 color photo of each participant.
Are you tired of all the “get rich quick” and “having it all” books out there? Do you feel that today’s business books lack honesty and therefore inspiration? In a world full of Kardashians and fake reality shows this new book is a breath of fresh air. Who really defines success? How do we define it for ourselves? Chances are, it’s not what you’ve been taught.
While making money is a key goal for most, many women have come to realize that health, happiness, growth, and mentoring others are equally important in the overall equation of success; and that success rarely means the same thing for women as it does for men.
With that in mind, 14 female entrepreneurs have come together to share their intimate success stories to inspire more women to take the steps toward financial independence and personal success. This book offers a unique point of view through the adventures, struggles, and joy these women experienced on their roads to success.
This book had an incredible impact on me and really made me question the fear and self-doubt I had been giving into in all areas of my life. I love that this book laid out the challenges we may face on our journey to self-love and living our truth, with techniques to overcome them, as well as activities to start the journey to self-love. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
Understanding and displaying your personal brand is essential to career and business success today. LinkedIn is the #1 professional platform to demonstrate your brand and build a strategic network. Sandra Long has written a comprehensive book about personal branding and LinkedIn which gives readers lots of savvy advice and several real-world examples. Build your career confidence by investing in yourself, your LinkedIn profile, and the book LinkedIn for Personal Branding: The Ultimate Guide.
Daily, thousands of people from all walks of life read and respond to short Silver DisobedienceÂ® essays published on an assortment of social media accounts. Not with a mere thumbs-up: Dian’s passionate readers share extensive personal responses, stories and gratitude for her heartfelt candor about deep feelings, thoughts, fears, problems and doubts to which so many seem to closely relate. As a “she-ro” to many, and as one who is said to be grounded in the common sense of being real, Dian offers comforting, challenging and practical advice. Her warmth, relatable stories and overall receptive tone encourages readers to contemplate their own ideas and explorations of age and aging. “Silver Disobedients™,” as her followers proudly call themselves, asked for this collection of daily essays that can be carried, highlighted, read and reread anytime and anywhere, and kept close by for meditation.
Janie J wrote this book after being married for 35 years and then one day …. it was over. She was lost because her life had never been about HER! I was a casual friend when this happened to her and over the next four years, I watched her transform herself into an author, a world traveler and a competitive senior athlete. The book itself clearly shows women how to follow the very accessible, simple-to-follow actions that Janie took to rediscover herself and rebuild her life.
The book will empower women who are struggling where they are in life, who desire a lasting positive change. Show Up and Shine encourages women to take effective self-care steps to strengthen themselves as they take the first few brave steps in a new positive direction in life.
This book is for the woman who wants to make a change in her life but she doesn’t know where to start. Show Up and Shine not only teaches women essential life lessons, it also helps women develop more knowledge about themselves to move forward confidently. It’s an uplifting guide encouraging positive transformation steering women towards the life they desire. It’s a motivational message with empowering insight.
Do you have fun with your own life?
How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day?
In 365 Days of Happiness, author, energy healer, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight. Each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a “high for life” frequency where you can reach happiness anywhere at any time.
In I Gave Up Men for Lent, Kacie tells her own story of self-reflection, but really she is telling the story of every girl who is trying to balance pursuing love with defining her own self-worth; every child trying to build healthy adult relationships with their family members; every young professional trying to understand the intersection of motivation and contribution. Read this book and you’ll better understand yourself and those you love the most!