The rise of girl bosses is real. I can’t tell you how many success stories I’ve read or heard of women starting from the very bottom and working their way up to million or even BILLION dollar companies. Because of the overall inequality of the sexes and the gross sexual harassment in the workplace, I will never get tired of reading about women becoming their own bosses and shifting the way the modern American workplace is ran forever.
Whether you want to go in the direction of blogging, selling skin care products, creating a chic clothing line, or even a catering business, you will find yourself feeling like you are walking through hell in the first stages of your business or company. When the success isn’t real for you as it is for others right then and there, it seems so much easier to give up and call it a day. Especially when you’re browsing on social media and seeing others with a similar business as you racking up and satisfying thousands or even millions of customers, or having a large audience who supports them.
You’re getting desperate, probably even wondering why you started this business in the first place. When those kinds of thoughts come to mind, it just means you’re feeling unmotivated and lacking enthusiasm and inspiration. It’s often hard to get those same feelings of devotion and excitement you had when you first thought of or even started working on your business, but you’ve come too far to give up now. I’d love to lecture you and tell you what would’ve happened if this founder & CEO and that founder & CEO gave up on their company, but we’ll never know because THEY DIDN’T.
Those addicting and invigorating feels of motivation and enthusiasm will soon invade your soul again and get you back to feeling good about your company. Inspiration is the #1 helpful and free tool that so many successful business owners and company founders rely on. You’ve got to personally educate yourself on the ups and the downs and the all-arounds of being a business woman. Reading up on other girl bosses is one of the best past times to have as a girl boss.
Nely Galan’s ‘Self Made’
I feel very sorry for you if you haven’t come across this amazing woman and her work. Nely Galan came to the U.S. from Cuba with her mother & father when she was only 2-years-old, and was selling Avon by age 10 to help her parents pay for her Catholic school tuition. With so much drive and determination at such a young age, it lead Nely to a life of being a successful entrepreneur, appearing on several TV shows and being an independent producer.
Mel Robbin’s “No BS Guide to Getting What You Want”
Mel Robbins is a commentator, author & motivational speaker who want you to stop saying that you’re “fine”. In her famous TED talks speech, which currently has earned of 15.7 million views and is one of the most-watched TED talks on YouTube, she refers to the word fine as “the F word”. A word that you simply just cannot throw around when someone asks “How are you?” Mel Robbins wants you to be honest, and most of all she wants you to get what you want. Fellow girl boss, if you haven’t been blessed to hear Mel Robbins spectacular words of motivation and wisdom, then you definitely need to cop her No-BS guide.
Arianna Huffington’s “Thrive”
With the whole “Work while other’s sleep” trending phrase in business, Arianna Huffington wants you to do the opposite. After suffering a nasty fall from over-working and lack of sleep, Huffington has been devoted to spreading the ultimate secret to a healthy business life: sleep.
Secrets of Six-Figure Women
A lack of business strategies and low weekly or monthly earnings can really discourage a girl boss’ soul. You need to take control of your business and figure out what’s going to make your those sales or how you’re going to drive traffic to a website. Barbara Stanny has released the Secrets of Six-Figure Women so that you can up your earnings and change your life for good.
The ultimate guide to being a girl boss, written by Nasty Gal owner, Sophia Amoruso. Vanity Fair reviewed this book as “Rather than present a get-rich-quick manual or a list of business tips, Amoruso teaches the innovative and entrepreneurial among us to play to our strengths, learn from our mistakes, and know when to break a few of the