5 Books Every Business Woman Should Read

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Looking for a new book to read? Is it for personal growth? Need some business advice? Or just need a good read? If you're a woman in business that needs a new favourite book, we've rounded up our top 5 picks! So pick one to read now - or read them all!

1. In The Company Of Women by Grace Bonney

For a dose of inspiration, you can't go past this inter-sectional book of stellar women in business killing it in their industries! The stories from these women are not just inspiring, but full of advice, love and truth about the harsh yet beautiful world of entrepreneurship. 

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2. Work Strife Balance by Mia Freedman

You've probably heard of Mamamia! The powerhouse media company that posts a range of topics from motherhood to reviews and all else in between, in the past decade this media company has bloomed. But founder Mia Freedman has had her fair share of struggles whilst making it to the top - which she gets candid about in this biography.

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3. Profit First by Mike Machalowicz

Although this was written by a man, this is crucial reading for all business people. Breaking down finances into an easy to read and even enjoyable way is tough feat, but this is a cult classic for a reason! This is a great finance book for those that want to achieve a higher paycheck!

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4. Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford

Love her or not, Clementine Ford sets herself up as a controversial figure, but after reading her book, you'll view her as anything but. A smart and intellectual read about the struggles women are facing (and have faced!) over decades, the harmful stereotypes, and how and why change is needed to further feminism and it's cause. 

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5. Women Kind By Kirstin Ferguson and Catherine Fox

If women supporting women is your cup of tea, you're going to love this book. This is a book about how women can be each other's friends, instead of the competition. To celebrate women, and how we can continue to practise this in our own lives, while examining why we are taught to tear other women down. 

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