10 Books You Need To Read As A Black Business Owner
One of the best joys in life is reading.
Let’s get reading, ladies. We’ve compiled a list of “YAS” books written by amazing black women. Have you read any?
Before you hop to fill your Amazon cart, make sure to share this list with other amazing women.
Although Becoming didn’t specifically focus on entrepreneurship, her life lessons and stories are completely relatable to women of color. And let’s face it––she held the highest women leadership position for 8 consecutive years.
In this book, Morgan Stanley’s Carla Harris lectures on the best steps to do and be better as a black woman in business. Wine anyone?
The fact is: The Little Black Book of Success was written by three black women executives–can you say amazing? The authors collaborated to disclose their genius tips and advice on winning in your career and business.
Dr. Venus provides a holistic approach that identifies behaviors, patterns and limitations that hold us back. If you’re serious about debunking myths and unlocking your power as a woman, this book is especially for you.
Jessica Dupart is the CEO & Founder of Kaleidoscope Hair Products, a single parent. Her books answers every question on building a social media empire. *adds to cart*
Stormy Wellington offers one of the most interesting perspectives on success with her history. After obtaining success within one of the largest organizations in the country then falling into depression, her perspective offers unique advice on achieving success.
Although this book doesn’t directly touch upon entrepreneurship, Monique discusses how confidence is an underlying factor in success and this, we all know.
Ameena Collins is a Creative Content Intern with Miocoa Strategies. She is currently completing her BA degree in Political Science and Communications at the University of Delaware.