book review: #GIRLBOSS

Girlboss

Sophia Amoruso, the founder and CEO of Nasty Gal, released #GIRLBOSS earlier in 2014. I'm all about girl power business books, so I dove head first into what turned out to be a celebration of Sophia's unorthodox route to success. Don't get me wrong, I love it when people follow the less traveled route to success, but for me a lot of this book just wouldn't work in my life. Obviously I wasn't expecting Lean In round 2, but I was hoping for a little more substance in Sophia's book, such as really getting an understanding of business acumen and jargon when you're not a school-trained business person.

#GIRLBOSS is a fun, quick read, and it does have some nuggets of information for the younger crowd out there who haven't started their careers yet. However, if you're in a my position this book is a good chance to see business from a different perspective, which is always good.

Either way, do yourself a favor a check out this book.

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  1. I liked GirlBoss but agree that it lacked the business jargon. It was actually one of several books that I read when I decided to leave my 8-5 job and start my own Virtual Assistant Business!www.thedreamvirtualassistant.com
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