Book reading is still one of the best ways to prepare you for facing the world. Being a mom and an entrepreneur, you should pay heed to a few books that can change your perspective of leading a business. Here are a few books that will definitely help you do justice to both your roles.
Being an inspiration for a Netflix original named Mom Boss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids & Success the celebrated book is a masterpiece for aspiring mompreneurs. The writer is Nicole Feliciano who motivates moms to take control of their lives by experiencing a new business venture. She requests women to redefine their aspirations of being a perfect mother and perfect entrepreneur.
The book educates to find your own visions and ambitions instead of following someone else’s steps. Thus, a reader sheds all her embarrassments to become the next mom boss. If you are confused about your personality and what you can achieve with it then do read this book.
Power Your Happy
Balancing family, business and personal happiness can be difficult but is surely not impossible. Lisa Sugar does the same by writing about her experience of building a multimillion dollar business PopSugar from a small blog. Power Your Happy: Work Hard, Play Nice & Build Your Dream Life is focused on women who are trying hard to change their lifestyle.
Readers are inspired to choose a business that suits their situations and paves way for a prosperous and fulfilling being. The book is a best buy for those who want to manage their ambitions with their relationships for a sustainable career.
The Fifth Trimester
Before being confused by the title you should read its full version i.e. The Fifth Trimester: The Working Mom’s Guide to Style, Sanity & Bug Success After Baby. The book is more of a guide that lets you live real life issues dealt before and after having a baby. Written by Lauren Smith Brody, a creative and executive consultant, the book shares her experiences of continuing work while handling her baby. She explains how the society wants us to help our kid achieve personal milestone but forgets about the life of the mother.
It is argued that a mother is more than a life supporter and has all the rights to live for her success instead of devoting the whole life to her family. A reader is bound to relate with the realistic method of writing that provides solution to problems occurring on daily basis.
The book is focused to educate moms that are willing to start a large scale business which requires convincing venture capitalists. Funded: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Raising Your First Round written by Katherine Hague. The book helps new entrepreneurs to survive the initial funding round. If you are concerned more about the practical aspects of things then this book is tailor made for you. Thus, readers will be saved from the initial pitfalls of starting a new business.
Hence, it is advised to read at least three of the above books before making new decisions to avoid any obvious mistakes.