Books for Women Leaders

books for Women Leaders

For many years, women were relegated to the shadows of men. For decades the female figure had to follow the male figure without the right to choose the path to take. But today more and more of us are women in the leadership role, so we recommend 5 books for women leaders that you can’t miss.

The Secret – Rhonda Byrne

As you read and learn The Secret, you will discover how you can have, be or do whatever you want. You’ll know who you really are. You will know the true splendor that awaits you. In this book you will learn how to use The Secret in all aspects of your life: money, health, relationships, happiness and in all your interactions with the world. You will begin to understand the hidden and untapped power within you.

I’m Malala – Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is the girl who opposed the Taliban and defended the right to education in her country and is the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

You may wonder how this book can help you improve your leadership skills, and that’s precisely what Malala is: an exemplary leader. She not only defended her rights but those of an entire society and without expecting any personal gain in return. Malala is an impressive example of perseverance and courage; reading her story will definitely make you feel that you too can do and inspire you to take up a cause.

Twice unique – Elena Poniatowska

Married to Diego Rivera and poet and critic Jorge Cuesta, Lupe Marín saw her work and that of other creators such as Frida Kahlo, Rafael Coronel, Xavier Villaurrutia and Juan Soriano shine forth, as well as exerting a powerful influence on her children and grandchildren, heirs of a legacy as brilliant as it is imperious. She is the perfect example of the saying “Behind every great man, there is a great woman. Diva and muse in her own right, legendary wife, magnificent cook, stormy mother and tragic widow, María Guadalupe Marín Preciado, Lupe Marín witnessed and was an indispensable part of some of the extraordinary lives that shaped Mexican art in the 20th century.

If you ask yourself “how could a woman who lived in the shadow of great figures be an example of leadership”, you only have to remember how mothers have been the leaders par excellence throughout history. Guiding the lives of those around you is not easy, but Lupe Marín did it, and how! Because you don’t have to live under the spotlight to be a great leader.

Little capitalist pig – Sofia Macias

To lead a team, you must first learn to manage your life and that includes your personal finances. Little Capitalist Pig is the ideal book if you feel that your economy and your financial decision making could lead you to absolute disaster.

If you haven’t received any information or knowledge about the basics of economics, or money, and you don’t know how to invest, save or spend the money, Sofia Macias, one of our favorite books, offers you an ideal guide to begin to understand how to capitalize your profits.

I decide – Gaby Vargas.

Since childhood society has sold us a false idea of happiness, we believe that we can find it if we have a very well paid job, if we have the “ideal” man by our side or a dream trip; unfortunately, the truth is not found in this kind of thing and should not depend on anyone else but ourselves.

In this book, you will find tips to help you overcome and decide for yourself what is best for you, as well as get rid of fears and frustrations that are only bringing negativity into your life.

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