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5. You create personal projects that rocket your growth. All the positive thinking, decision making, and better choices make you hungry for growth and excellence. You find yourself mapping out a vision for your life and crafting an action plan that gets you where you want to go. While these projects may not necessarily tie into your job or career, they address the part of you that yearns to feel vibrantly alive and fulfilled in every moment. Even if you struggle at first, it's worth it to read an inspiring book every morning or at whatever time works best for you. You can amplify your creativity, productivity, positive self-image, and capabilities. Here is a list of amazingly inspiring and insights-packed books that are written for women and by women, making them some of the most relatable and empowering books for female entrepreneurs. Here’s to Posh Reading for the Posh Girl Boss! "Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead," by Sheryl Sandberg Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg changed the conversation around women in the workplace with this book and the 2010 TEDtalk on the same topic. The book will open your eyes to how women experience elements of working life differently from men and how to adapt or shift your awareness to compensate. (And if give recently graduated from school, be sure to check out the version just for you, "Lean In for Graduates" with advice tailored specifically for those just leaving academia.) "The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assumance. What Women Should Know" by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman It comes as no surprise that confidence is a major key to success in an industry filled with pitching, presenting, interviewing, selling and soliciting funding. This is the focus of "The Confidence Code," which comes to us from the authors of "Womenomics." Through interviews with successful women and a survey of existing science, this book presents a number of insights to help you assess your own confidence, notice mistakes and make subtle changes to assert yourself more effectively. "Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom and Wonder" by Arianna Huffington The Huffington Post founder has long been a critic of the "always busy" mentality that reigns supreme in the working world, and a supporter of preserving your mental health

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