7 Audiobooks to Add to Your Reading List (for Mompreneurs)

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It’s officially fall — also known as the perfect time to curl up with a great book!

However, if you’re a mompreneur or a business owner, you know of no such leisure! That’s where audiobooks come in handy: so that you can listen or read on the go.

In the spirit of fall and good books, I thought it was about time to let you have a peek at my ultimate reading list.

This list is packed full of outstanding entrepreneurs that will leave you wanting to hit the ground running. If you need some motivation, or rather something to encourage your endeavors, grab one of these great audiobooks.

1. Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

Written by the well-known author of Eat, Pray, Love, this book helps you reach past all your fears and live the creative life you are meant to live. Elizabeth does an outstanding job teaching us in this book what creative living is all about…plus other great tidbits like how to be less of a perfectionist.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

2. Don’t Keep Your Day Job by Cathy Heller

If you are a scaling business owner or not quite sure where you even want to start in life, you won’t want to miss out on these nuggets of wisdom. Cathy dives deep into how you can find your passion and create a flourishing business (or just an incredible hobby!). She also hosts an amazing podcast by the same name as her book.

Don’t Keep Your Day Job by Cathy Heller

3. Do Less by Kate Northrup

Whoa! What a power-packed book. This book will leave any female entrepreneur or mompreneur ready to get up and and start dumping non-essential to-dos off the ol’ list! Kate does an incredible job explaining how women can use our cycles to our advantage to be the most productive.

Do Less by Kate Northrup

4. The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

If you’re stuck in the rat race of the 9-5 world and looking for a way to escape it, this book is definitely for you. Tim exposes some worthwhile lessons and methods on how to become your boss and how to redefine the 40-hour workweek. This is a must-read for a first-time entrepreneur and long-term entrepreneur alike.

The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

5. Everything is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo

Raise your hand if you’re an over-thinker. This book is for you! Marie is one of my absolute favorites and does an incredible job giving readers insights on how to process problems and think through issues. Sometimes you have to start something before you get the clarity to fix the problem. And don’t forget…everything is figureoutable.

Everything is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo

6. The Latte Factor by David Bach

“The solution to your money problem isn’t more money; it’s new habits.” This quote speaks volumes. This book will help you reevaluate how you look at your financial state and your path to financial freedom.

The Latte Factor by David Bach

7. The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

If you find yourself struggling with backing out of challenging situations or even procrastinating, this one’s for you. Mel Robbins gives us scientifically backed reasons why the 5 second rule works for our brain when we have a difficult time thinking through certain situations. This is a must-have for anyone who has big dreams and can’t seem to accomplish them.

The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

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