8 Inspirational Books Each Woman Should Read in 2020

Reading is a great source of motivation, inspiration, and knowledge. Choosing the right book for your mood or current emotional state can be truly beneficial for you. That’s why you should always think before you choose your next book.

If you’re a woman looking for something inspirational to read, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together a list of 8 truly inspirational books that every woman should read in 2020. Let’s take a closer look and help you decide what to read first.

1. The Woman Code by Sophia Nelson

The full title of the book is The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Keys to Unlock Your Life. The author, Sophia Nelson, tries to inspire women to live a meaningful and fulfilled life, by following a life code.

She advises on how women to:

  • stay positive
  • navigate life’s challenges
  • support each other

The book will inspire you to find and follow your life’s purpose, making every day fulfilled, healthy, and happy.

2. More Than Enough by Elaine Welteroth

An award-winning journalist, Elaine Welteroth, wrote a manifesto-memoir titled More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say).

“She tells a story about never feeling quite good enough and struggling to be herself in a room full of people looking down on her,” says Iva Pearson, a literary critic and a writer at Classy Essay.

The story is inspirational and encourages women to stay true to themselves, and only listen to their intuition, ignoring those trying to discourage them.

3. Becoming by Michelle Obama

The former United States first lady Michelle Obama wrote a personal memoir called Becoming. The memoir is a true story of her childhood, growing up, and adulthood.

The book will help you realize you need to find your voice and let it out.

The author sends a strong message:

there’s nothing you can’t do

Whether you’re afraid of failure or dealing with anxiety, this book can help you power through it.

It’s a truly inspirational book each woman should read. It will move you and help you gather the strength to conquer life’s challenges.

4. Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin

We must work on ourselves and strive for personal development. If you’re a woman who wants to change things around, you should read this book for inspiration.

The author of the book Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives explains that the root of changing our for the better is in our habits.

The book will inspire you to:

  • form new habits
  • adopt new life rules
  • live a better and happier life
  • beat a crisis

It’s a life philosophy that might just work for you so make sure you read this book.

5. The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

Melinda Gates is an American philanthropist who’s had the chance to travel the world and meet all kinds of people.

She was named Forbes’ third most powerful woman in the world, and as co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, she dedicated her life to helping those in need of help.

The book carries the title The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World. The author shares stories of real-life people she’s met and teaches us about:

  • becoming involved in changes
  • fighting for equality
  • lives of women from all over the globe

Through data and moving conversations, the author brings us close to the issue of equality and women’s rights.

The book is motivational and revealing. It’s also inviting for those of you who know the same or similar stories to share them with the world.

Use Subjecto or Hemingway for help with writing if you want to share your similar experiences.

6. In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It by Lauren Graham

This next book is a New York Times bestseller written by the star of Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham.

She writes in a humorous and relatable way, making it easy for you to laugh at your problems. The book will help you:

  • live in the moment
  • be happy with who you are
  • find joy in the little things in life
  • pursue your dreams

The book will inspire you to come up with new ideas and slide through the transitional phases of your life.

7. Yes Please by Amy Poehler

The American actress, comedian, and former SNL star Amy Poehler wrote a hilarious and at the same time awakening memoir . The book gathers little stories from her personal life and tackles all the life spheres we love:

  • love
  • sex
  • friendships
  • parenthood
  • career

The story of Poehler’s path to success might just inspire you to keep on working on your dreams.

8. Shark Tales by Barbara Corcoran

If you’re a woman looking into starting your own business, look no further for inspiration.

The Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran’s book Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business is the book you need to read in 2020.

Barbara changed dozens of jobs and came to a breaking point when she borrowed $1000 and started her own small real estate office in New York. After years of hard work, management, and dedication, she turned it into a $6 billion business.

Now, she’s a renowned businesswoman, consultant, spokesperson, and investor.

Her story is as inspiring and empowering to all the women who feel like there’s no coming back after the previous failure.

Share Your Story?

If you feel like you’ve got something to say, that might help other women feel empowered, share your story.

Start blogging or write a memoir yourself.

In case you need help with writing, you can use writing tools or services such as Grammarly,  BeGraded, or Studyker.

Final Thoughts

So, there you have it. Women inspiring other women is the best recipe that cannot fail you. Reading any of these books will lift your spirit, motivate you to work harder, or even help you take a deep look into yourself.

Choose a title that you find most interesting and find your inspiration to conquer 2020.

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