My 3 Top Non-Business Books for Female Entrepreneurs
We often read business & entrepreneurial books to improve our business; makes sense, right?

But if we, as small business owners, essentially ARE our business or brand, it would also make sense to learn more about ourselves to grow. 

If we are stuck in a biz rut, or find ourselves at a crossroad, it makes sense to check in with ourselves to see how to move forward. 

So here's my top three non-business books for femalr entrepreneurs: 

 

Soul Modes by Carlie Maree
You know how one day you feel like you could take on the world & the next you want to crawl up under a doona?? This book explains how to embrace this rollercoaster and use it for your own good! 

Loved reading this book & being able to apply it to myself straight away. A great resource for planning anything (biz, family, life!) & learning how to be OK & actually enjoy those lazy days that appear! 

The Heart-Centred Woman's Guide to Healthy Boundaries by Lauren da Silva
If you struggle with the guilt of working from home, being a mum, trying to do ALL the things, and just feeling exhausted, wrecked and pulled in all directions; this is for you!

Lauren uses simply analogies & examples of how we can serve our family, clients AND ourselves so much better if we have healthy boundaries. My biggest takeaway is that boundaries don't mean excluding or pushing people away; they come from a place of love and care. Love the practical worksheets and questions too!  

Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol K Truman
I think that every adult has experiences that they'd rather forget, but can't. This book looks into the why & how these experiences shape our present, and how we can reprogram our thoughts to build ourselves up, rather than keep us scared and failing. 

I will note that this isn't a "short & easy" read (as most of the books I recommend), but it has been super helpful in overcoming roadblocks and moving forward without making the same familiar mistakes over & over. 

Don't forget that for your business to grow, you need to grow too! 

x Billy

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