To reach the heights Karen Civil has – CEO and cultural influencer and digital renaissance woman – she had to first become mentally fit, which wasn’t always easy growing up in Elizabeth, New Jersey. After taking the reigns of her destiny through online communities, marketing and blogging, Karen found the keys to her continuous success. This book incorporates Karen’s personal journey through life, how she unlocked her purpose and how you too can gain mental strength through self-motivation, positive attitude, understanding and accepting yourself.
#GirlBoss by Sophia Amouruso
#GIRLBOSS proves that being successful isn’t about where you went to college or how popular you were in high school. It’s about trusting your instincts and following your gut; knowing which rules to follow and which to break; when to button up and when to let your freak flag fly.
Best Marketer Wins by Ming Lee
Ming Lee is power-packed with vital information for every person striving to become the best marketer in their ective fields. Ming has shared her personal experiences and things she has learned along the way. This short business guide comes equipped with questions, goals, and affirmations. In “The Best Marketer Wins” be prepared to relaunch your business and brand, the guide includes break downs in areas such as customer service, working smarter and not harder and most importantly, marketing.
Hate paying bills? So do I, and that’s why I stopped! What if I told you that I haven’t paid a bill in almost six years! Do you want to know how I did it? With the help of Bella the Budgetnista, featured in this book, we will teach you what I took years to learn. The One Week Budget is for anyone that wants to manage their day-to-day money without the day-to-day trouble. Does this sound like you? What are you waiting for? Read the book! Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche
This poignant, intimate, and hilarious memoir explores Shonda’s life before her Year of Yes—from her nerdy, book-loving childhood to her devotion to creating television characters who reflected the world she saw around her. The book chronicles her life after her Year of Yes had begun—when Shonda forced herself out of the house and onto the stage; when she learned to explore, empower, applaud, and love her truest self. Yes.