Resources

Justine Musk: It’s about rejecting the good girl/bad girl dichotomy bullshit and choosing, instead, to be a badass. It’s about deepening your relationship to yourself, others, the world. It’s about following your intuition and keeping your head. It’s about meaning.

Umair Haque: A true disruptor and I highly recommend his book, The New Capitalist Manifesto

Yes & Know: Sparks for Innovators. One of my favorite thinkers when it comes to business.

The Boss Network: A community of entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online and event-based networking.

Alexandra Levit: A career blog by author and journalist Levit that regularly dispenses wisdom on all things work.

Brazen Careerist: Serial entrepreneur Penelope Trunk writes about work and life. Her top piece of advice? Control your professional identity to stay employable.

Danielle Laporte: A contrarian focused on “how to maximize procrastination” to “how to look hot in a professional photo,” her take is refreshing and inspirational.

Generation Meh: By ForbesWoman contributor J. Maureen Henderson, Generation Meh focuses on “providing practical personal development tips, tricks, and guidance for twenty and thirtysomethings who shun (or would like to shun) the 9-5 corporate grind.”

Martha Beck: You can find some gems here although I am not a big believer in life coaches.

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