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Part biography, part business how-to, and fully empowering, this book is the perfect gift for future entrepenuers! With colorful portraits, fun interviews and DIY tips, Girls Who Run the World features the success stories of 30 leading ladies today of companies like Rent the Runway, PopSugar, and Soul Cycle. Girls run biotech companies. Girls run online fashion sites. Girls Part biography, part business how-to, and fully empowering, this book is the perfect gift for future entrepenuers! With colorful portraits, fun interviews and DIY tips, Girls Who Run the World features the success stories of 30 leading ladies today of companies like Rent the Runway, PopSugar, and Soul Cycle. Girls run biotech companies. Girls run online fashion sites. Girls run environmental enterprises. They are creative. They are inventive. They mean business. Girls run the world. This collection gives girls of all ages the tools they need to follow their passions, turn ideas into reality and break barriers in the business world. Jenn Hyman, Rent the Runway Sara Blakely, Spanx Emma Mcilroy, Wildfang Katrina Lake, Stitch Fix Natasha Case, Coolhaus Diane Campbell, The Candy Store Kara Goldin, Hint Water Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe Rachel Haurwitz, Caribou Bioscience Nina Tandon, EpiBone Jessica Matthews, Uncharted Power Jane Chen, Embrace Emily N��ez Cavness, Sword & Plough Hannah Lavon, Pals Leslie Blodgett, Bare Escentuals/Bare Minerals Katia Beauchamp, Birchbox Emily Weiss, Glossier Christina Stembel, Farmgirl Flowers Mariam Naficy, Minted Maci Peterson, On Second Thought Stephanie Lampkin, Blendoor Sarah Leary, Nextdoor Amber Venz, RewardStyle Lisa Sugar, Pop Sugar Beatriz Acevedo, MiTu network Julie Rice and Elizabeth Cutler, Soul Cycle Suzy Batiz, Poo-Pourri Tina Sharkey, Brandless Jesse Genet, Lumi Tracy Young, Plan Grid


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Part biography, part business how-to, and fully empowering, this book is the perfect gift for future entrepenuers! With colorful portraits, fun interviews and DIY tips, Girls Who Run the World features the success stories of 30 leading ladies today of companies like Rent the Runway, PopSugar, and Soul Cycle. Girls run biotech companies. Girls run online fashion sites. Girls Part biography, part business how-to, and fully empowering, this book is the perfect gift for future entrepenuers! With colorful portraits, fun interviews and DIY tips, Girls Who Run the World features the success stories of 30 leading ladies today of companies like Rent the Runway, PopSugar, and Soul Cycle. Girls run biotech companies. Girls run online fashion sites. Girls run environmental enterprises. They are creative. They are inventive. They mean business. Girls run the world. This collection gives girls of all ages the tools they need to follow their passions, turn ideas into reality and break barriers in the business world. Jenn Hyman, Rent the Runway Sara Blakely, Spanx Emma Mcilroy, Wildfang Katrina Lake, Stitch Fix Natasha Case, Coolhaus Diane Campbell, The Candy Store Kara Goldin, Hint Water Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe Rachel Haurwitz, Caribou Bioscience Nina Tandon, EpiBone Jessica Matthews, Uncharted Power Jane Chen, Embrace Emily N��ez Cavness, Sword & Plough Hannah Lavon, Pals Leslie Blodgett, Bare Escentuals/Bare Minerals Katia Beauchamp, Birchbox Emily Weiss, Glossier Christina Stembel, Farmgirl Flowers Mariam Naficy, Minted Maci Peterson, On Second Thought Stephanie Lampkin, Blendoor Sarah Leary, Nextdoor Amber Venz, RewardStyle Lisa Sugar, Pop Sugar Beatriz Acevedo, MiTu network Julie Rice and Elizabeth Cutler, Soul Cycle Suzy Batiz, Poo-Pourri Tina Sharkey, Brandless Jesse Genet, Lumi Tracy Young, Plan Grid

30 review for Girls Who Run the World: Thirty CEOs Who Mean Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katie B

    I won a sample copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. The regular version of this book includes mini-bios of 30 female CEOS along with some chapters with tips on how to start a business. Given I only received a small portion of the book which featured 4 of the women and a chapter on important business terms, I decided against leaving a rating. However, I did like what I read so I feel comfortable in recommending this book for young girls. While I'm sure the stories of the female CEOs have the I won a sample copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. The regular version of this book includes mini-bios of 30 female CEOS along with some chapters with tips on how to start a business. Given I only received a small portion of the book which featured 4 of the women and a chapter on important business terms, I decided against leaving a rating. However, I did like what I read so I feel comfortable in recommending this book for young girls. While I'm sure the stories of the female CEOs have the potential to inspire all types of readers, this book is more geared towards girls in the middle school age range. The CEOs chosen come from a wide variety of business fields including Media, Science, Apps/Tech, and Fashion/Apparel. Now some of the companies the women run I was unfamiliar with but there were a few I recognized including Bare Minerals, 23andMe, Spanx, and Nextdoor. Each bio had a brief story on the CEO's path to success along with some fun facts such as their high school GPA. worst subject in school, favorite childhood book, and how often they check their bank statement. One thing the 4 women I read about had in common was they didn't give up in pursuing their dreams. Sometimes obstacles were in their way but they figured out how to move on. The message to keep believing in yourself is an important one and that's why I think this is a good book to put in the hands of young girls. Thank you to Delacorte Press for sending me a sample copy!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    I won this in a goodreads giveaway great book! Would recommend for anyone!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Risher

    I loved this book. I started reading with my daughters in mind but kept reading because I was so inspired and captivated by these stories, which resonate, motivate, educate, and empower. When I finished, I wanted to get out in the world and do something big – because, like these women, I can. The format made the book engaging and easy to read. Each woman CEO has her own chapter which includes a fabulous illustration and starts with fun facts about her: her first job, a weird thing you’d find on I loved this book. I started reading with my daughters in mind but kept reading because I was so inspired and captivated by these stories, which resonate, motivate, educate, and empower. When I finished, I wanted to get out in the world and do something big – because, like these women, I can. The format made the book engaging and easy to read. Each woman CEO has her own chapter which includes a fabulous illustration and starts with fun facts about her: her first job, a weird thing you’d find on (or in) her desk, her bedtime, her bucket list, her favorite candy, and more. There are great “tips” sprinkled throughout that relate to the story being told and that offer sound, encouraging wisdom. Just reading the tips alone is a confidence boost. The end of the book presents concrete ideas for how to think about starting a business and includes information about a business plan, market size, mission, and finances. All girls—and all women—would benefit from reading this book. It will spark creative thinking and help you feel empowered. The stories are simply entertaining as well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Girls Who Run the World: 31 CEOs Who Mean Business is an anthology of mini-biographies written by Diana Kapp and illustrated by Bijou Karman and pays homage to a collection of thirty-one CEOs of various companies who just happens to be women. The book is divided into thirteen sections with the thirty-one women sporadically place in each category of the company they lead. The categories are: Fashion/Apparel, Food, Science, Jewelry/Accessories, Makeup, Flowers, Stationery, Apps/Tech, Media, Girls Who Run the World: 31 CEOs Who Mean Business is an anthology of mini-biographies written by Diana Kapp and illustrated by Bijou Karman and pays homage to a collection of thirty-one CEOs of various companies who just happens to be women. The book is divided into thirteen sections with the thirty-one women sporadically place in each category of the company they lead. The categories are: Fashion/Apparel, Food, Science, Jewelry/Accessories, Makeup, Flowers, Stationery, Apps/Tech, Media, Fitness, Home, Packaging, and Construction. Kapp seemingly mixes biography and imagery rather well and writes in a straightforward and youthful manner. Each thirty-one entries are well researched and explore and elevate the women in questioned with not biographies, but hints and advice for anyone who want to start a business. Karman's illustrations were wonderfully done and are brings life to the women mentioned and complements and aids the text fairly well. All in all, Girls Who Run the World: 31 CEOs Who Mean Business is a wonderfully written book and a magnificent collection of mini-biographies of diverse women from all walks of life who are CEOs of their companies and their struggles to become the leading member of their companies.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Women have been encouraged to Lean In, others have Dared to Lead and others prefer to Lean Out. Worthy books all of them, but focused on workforce strategies and women who have already launched. Diana Kapp, a savvy author and commentator who is wired into Silicon and all the valleys you can name, has delivered an inspirational How-To for the Not-There-Yets, the girls who are still dreaming before they can dare, learning before they know which way to lean. Through lively profiles of 30 women who Women have been encouraged to Lean In, others have Dared to Lead and others prefer to Lean Out. Worthy books all of them, but focused on workforce strategies and women who have already launched. Diana Kapp, a savvy author and commentator who is wired into Silicon and all the valleys you can name, has delivered an inspirational How-To for the Not-There-Yets, the girls who are still dreaming before they can dare, learning before they know which way to lean. Through lively profiles of 30 women who run startups both well known and on their way, Kapp provides real-life experiences that offer practical tips -- as well as avoidable trips -- for girls trying to figure out life goals. The illustrations help make this a fun and accessible read; a graphic tool for a Visual Generation. These CEOs are not just role models -- they are goal models and the vanguard for equality in the C-Suites.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Leila

    “Girls Who Run the World” by Diana Kapp is about 31 hardworking CEOs. This book talks about how they first started and some fun facts about themselves. The book also talks about the journey and all the struggles they went through pursuing their dreams. These CEOs are very encouraging because it shows that no matter how much people try to stop you or get in the way of your dreams , keep going. I would recommend this to all girls and women that are interested in making a company.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Riva B

    This book is amazing it inspired me to be my self and go out in the world. This book tells you about 31 WOMEN CEO’s who literally run the world. This book was a gift from my mom and I love to read about people who have been through some speed bumps, but come back to an awesome finish. If you are reading this review I highly recommend girls who run the world. Thank you for taking time out of your day and read this review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    BookNerdBetty

    *I won this book as a giveaway* If I had a young girl, I would absolutely give this book her! I will be handing it over to a friend with a 13-year-old. I own a small business and felt inspired by these women. I now have a lot of googling to do on these fabulous ladies and a lot to learn. Thank you Good Reds and Diana Kapp for the Giveaway!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Received this as an Advanced Reader Copy. I just finished skimming it and am excited to give it more time. It is an abbreviated version of the full book. There were only 5 ladies discussed. Each sound like they are ambitious and brilliant. Inspiring to young girls.

  10. 4 out of 5

    C

    Very informative, easy to read and inspiring for people of all ages but especially young women and girls who can see they can “run the world” and learn/be inspired by the 31 female CEOs who’ve succeeded in doing so.

  11. 4 out of 5

    sushmita pandit

    Should you read this book? What are you expecting from it. Read my extensive review here. https://medium.com/storyya/girls-who-...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Doris Raines

    GO GIRLS GO GIRLS🤙🤙🤙

  13. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Blodgett

    Not a book like it. And great gift.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

  15. 4 out of 5

    Courtney Martin

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shaya Clark

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alison

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Johnson

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dalia

  21. 4 out of 5

    lupe dominguez

  22. 5 out of 5

    Viktoria

  23. 4 out of 5

    LISA

  24. 5 out of 5

    ivana

  25. 5 out of 5

    Meaghan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Shank

  27. 5 out of 5

    Angela Robertson

  28. 5 out of 5

    caryn effron

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alisha Griffey

  30. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Mcrae

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