5 Inspirational Books for Women Success

What’s stopping you? Is it education? or the valueless thinking of our society? To be honest, It is you who is stopping yourself. In this article, we have compiled 5 inspirational books for women by well-known women writers. Positively, it will help every female reader to break through obstacles and be a cornerstone for women’s success and self-development.

I’m a woman
Phenomenal woman,
That’s me.”

Maya Angelou, ‘Phenomenal Woman’

Women Who Think Too Much

How to Break Free of Overthinking and Reclaim Your Life

Author:Dr. Susan Nolen

Genre:Self – help

Description: No wonder, our precipitous culture is provoking negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Due to this, women have started to doubt themselves. Through this book, Renowned psychologist Dr. Nolen tells that majority of the female population is doing this too often. Thus, leading to increased cases of anxiety, sadness, and depression.

This book narrates what are the causes of overthinking. Moreover, provides concrete ideas that can be used to skip the negative thoughts and emotions.

What we learned from it?

  • Through persistent learning, you can develop peacemaking methods and insightful guidance.
  • Real-life encouragement is always available. Despite, what situation you are going through.

The Moment of Lift

How Empowering Women Changes the World

Author:Melinda Gates

Genre: Inspirational

Description: In her splendid book, Melinda Gates gracefully highlights the relationship between women’s recognition and society. She displays ample of opportunities that exist in today’s day and age (for women). Moreover, she convinces her readers that each woman should be free to decide whether and when to have children.

Gates took her first step onto the global stage to make a stand for family planning.

She clearly defines “If you want to lift a society up, invest in women”.

What we learned from it?

  • Women are capable to do any kind of job around the globe.
  • There shall not be gender bias anywhere or in any field out there.


Beautiful view comes after the hardest climb”

Author: Michelle Obama

Genre: Autobiography

Description: This book is a work of deep reflection and spellbinding story-telling. The closer invites readers into her world and recounting all experiences that have shaped her personality. Unfolding from her childhood to balancing motherhood and work altogether. Truthfully, She divulged her whole story (from private to public) about all disappointments and success.

To sum up, this book is an ultimate collection of how success and failure outlines an individual.

What we learned from it?

  • Sometimes you can start a business without even realizing it.
  • Someone having a head start doesn’t mean they’re smarter than you.
  • You don’t have to go broke to make a difference.

Ask for It

How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want

“Women expect life to be fair and despite often dramatic evidence to the contrary, many of them persist in believing that it will be.”

Author: Linda Babcock |Sara Laschever

Genre: Self-help

Description: Negotiation– The keyword which is focused throughout this book. The authors persuade our readers(especially women) to develop a bargaining mindset. Further, mentions that one should overcome the fear to hear ‘no. From the very beginning, women have been taught to stay honest and to protect relationships.

As a consequence, they suppress their voice to ask for more. And sometimes even what they truly deserve. Eventually, women encircle themselves in their cause and effect (negative) worlds.

What we learned from it?

  • Learn to ask for what’s rightfully yours. Restrict anyone from making choice for your destiny.
  • Keep your head high and your expectations higher. Small thoughts never yield big results.

Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich

75 Avoidable Mistakes Women Make with Money

Author: Lois P. Frankel

Genre: Self-help

Description: The author of Nice Girls Don’t Get the Comer Office (a bestseller) comes up with another candid. Throughout this book, Lois marks 75 mistakes that sustain women from owning a wealthy lifestyle. She underlines old financial thinkings that makes you dependent either on your life partner or job.

Added to this, the author explains why females shouldn’t be earning less(an age-old prejudice). In the end, you should be asking yourself that ‘Are you a girl (or woman) who makes these mistakes’?

What we learned from it?

  • Don’t let your emotions control you. Instead, you should be the one controlling them.
  • Money is an important commodity. In truth, Save it today and invest it tomorrow.
  • Improve your knowledge of the financial aspects. Make smart choices and live with the best outcomes.

“Learning money basics.
Don’t marry for money. You can borrow it cheaper.”

Lois P. Frankel

Author: Pranshu Agarwal | Co- Author: Ayush Joshi


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Pranshu Agarwal
Hi there! I am a kind of extroverted person who loves to make new connections and hearing new perspectives. I am a digital junkie and looking forward to become a successful digital entrepreneur. I love to read, if you are also a reader then lets get connected!