Recent Releases: 4 Books to Supercharge Your Career

The second half of 2019 is here. How can you use the rest of this year to supercharge your career?  These four recent releases will inspire you to achieve – and guide you to exceed – your professional goals!


Aries is a political organizer turned women’s leadership consultant. After her own battle with burnout, she started BossedUp – a personal and professional training organization to help other women strive for more sustainable success.  In this book she teaches others how to break out of the "martyrdom mindset," and cultivate your Boss Identity by getting clear on what you really want for your career and life without apology. Peppered with personal stories from Aires and a diverse group of women from the Bossed Up community, this book will show you how to craft a happy, healthy, and sustainable career path you'll love.


Fenet, managing director and global head of strategic partnerships at Christie’s Auction House, shares the sales approach she has crafted over the years that has propelled her from intern to her current position and also helped her raise more than half a billion dollars for nonprofits around the world. Combining case studies and personal stories, Lydia shares tips from some of the most powerful and successful women in business, fashion, journalism, sports, and the arts.  Her approach will empower you to sell your way to success in business and in life - and take your career to the next level with the confidence of a leader.


Angel, host of the Switch, Pivot or Quit podcast, tackles day-to-day doubts flipping them on their head with her practical advice, equipping you with quick mindset shifts to help you take control of your days and feed your spirit with thought-provoking inspirations.  It's a collection of daily inspiration, life lessons, insights, and encouragement for people who are ready to push themselves past their limits to reach their greatest potential.



As girls, we were taught to play it safe. Well-meaning parents and teachers praised us for being quiet and polite, urged us to be careful so we didn't get hurt, and steered us to activities at which we could shine. As a result, we grew up to be women who are afraid to fail. It's time to stop letting our fears drown out our dreams and narrow our world, along with our chance at happiness. Saujani, acclaimed TEDx Speaker and Founder of Girls Who Code, shares powerful insights and practices to help us let go of our need for perfection and make bravery a lifelong habit.


Gina Warner