Being inspired is the first step to achieving success. Our friends, mentors and sometimes people we have never seen before, motivate us to be better and climb the ladder higher than we ever imagined. Women, who are considered to have a higher emotional intelligent, are often better at this than most men. So, here is a list of the ten must-reads by women entrepreneurs, for those who aspire to be great entrepreneurs themselves:

 

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Book Cover Picture By: Amazon.com

The Power of Unpopular: A Guide to Building Your Brand for the Audience Who Will Love You (and why no one else matters) by Erika Napoletano

Even though people believe that one needs to be popular in order to be successful, according to the book, the opposite is true. The book further talks about brands who understand the power of being unpopular.

 

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Book Cover Picture By: LiveSassyFormula.com

The Live Sassy Formula: Make Big Money and a Big Difference Doing What You Love! by Lisa Sasevich

Lisa Sasevich took her experiences from the corporate world and turned her own home-based business to multi-millions. She gives you the winning formula to help you get your desired income and build your influence.

 

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Book Cover By: HomeMadeToast.com

The Fire Starter Sessions: A Soulful + Practical Guide to Creating Success on Your Own Terms by Danielle LaPorte

Bold but empathetic, this is a modern-day pep talk that offers a soul-centered Q&A for women. It has been read by over a million people.

 

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Book Cover Picture By: Photo Collective.com

Worth Every Penny: Build a Business That Thrills Your Customers and Still Charge What You’re Worth by Sarah Petty and Erin Verbeck

Intended for small time business owners, this book explains how one can charge more than her/his discounting competitors and still remain on the top.

 

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Listen and Live.com

Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business by Barbara Corcoran

After quitting her job as a waitress, Barbara Corcoran borrowed $1,000 from a boyfriend and started a tiny real estate office in New York City, which she then turned into a $6 billion dollar business.

 

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List compiled by- Entreprenista