MWM’s Recommended Good Reads
Women Breaking Barriers!
Beyond Happy: Women, Work, and Well-Being By Beth Cabrera
Over the course of a decade, positive psychology authority Dr. Beth Cabrera has
surveyed and interviewed more than a thousand women to gather insight into
how to effectively balance career and family responsibilities. Beyond Happy: Women,
Work, and Well-Being gathers essential findings and offers women proven strategies
for living more authentic, meaningful lives.
Through the lens of shared experience, Cabrera thoughtfully examines the challenges
women face and presents a simple yet powerful model for enhancing well-being that can both
improve and transform lives. Helpful self-assessments guide you toward feeling good and doing
good, and each chapter delivers tried-and-true tactics that real women have used to manage the
difficulties of fulfilling their multiple, often conflicting, roles.
Winging It Won’t Work! By Victoria Del Frate
Take the guess work out of how you intend on growing your mortgage busi-
ness this year and every year with the help of Mortgage Business Coach
Victoria Del Frate's newest ebook, Winging It Won't Work.
This all-in-one, instructional guide, tutorial and workbook, provides Mortgage Professionals with everything they need in an easy to read, uncomplicated, four-step business development process.
Drop The Act, It’s Exhausting! By Beth Thomas Cohen
Drop the Act, It’s Exhausting! is one woman’s call to all women to embrace the
imperfections in their lives and to air their “improper” thoughts about relation-
ships, love, sex, parenting, careers, self-esteem, and self-image. By no longer being
ashamed or apologetic about how they "really feel,” women will become more
aware of who they are and more accepting of themselves and one another.
With wit, candor, and refreshingly blunt observations, Beth Thomas Cohen proves
herself the prime example of how freeing, fun, and unifying it can be to drop the act
and live a not so put-together life.
Million Dollar Woman By Julia Pimsleur
The essential guide for female entrepreneurs who want to “go big,” which shows you how
to turn that creative idea into a million-dollar-plus business.
American women are starting businesses at nearly twice the rate that men are,
but only three percent of female business owners have revenues of over
one million dollars. Most women entrepreneurs are stuck at the “mom
and pop” level, just getting by, or in many cases, running out of cash. Julia
Pimsleur shares her inspiring story of building her own company and rais-
ing millions in capital in a guide for women like her who have a great idea
and need to find the resources to take it into the big leagues.
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