I turned the last page of #GIRLBOSS last night and thought, why did it have to end?! YEAH, IT’S THAT GOOD.
The book is written by Sophia Amoruso, founder/CEO of Nasty Gal. An e-commerce site founded by Sophia in 2006 that has skyrocketed into a billion dollar business.
I laughed, I cringed, I smiled, but most importantly I gained valuable advice from a self-made woman.
Sophia’s story inspires you, but it’s her transparency and honesty that make the book so great. It’s easy to brag about how awesome you are (because Sophia is pretty awesome), but it’s admirable that she chose to be vulnerable and open about the “not so great “ things she has done in life. Not everyone has experience as a shoplifter or hitchhiker growing up, but I’m sure we can all relate to Sophia when it comes to having not so proud moments that have kicked us in the butt.
Sophia helps you appreciate your mistakes and the journey you’re embarking on.
It’s not easy, but it will be worth it.
With personal stories, business advice, inspirational quotes, and the ins and outs of being a CEO, I was engaged throughout the entire book and could not put it down. I felt like I was hearing a big sister tell her horror stories on her journey to success.
Sophia Amoruso, you are my big sister.
I am proud to declare myself a #GIRLBOSS in the making. I will always keep this book by me to motivate me on my journey to success!