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30 Books Every Woman Should Read During Her 20s

Books that will help women during the ups and downs of their 20s

Your 20s are arguably the most trying time of your life. It’s a time of great change and with change comes confusion and a feeling of being lost. These books are inspiring, eye opening and will assure you that you aren’t alone in this unpredictable and sometimes difficult time of navigating your 20s.

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#1 Searching for God in the Garbage by Bracha Goetz

Searching for God in the Garbage by Bracha Goetz Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Experience what goes on inside the mind of a Harvard grad in her twenties who broke the habits that were imprisoning her in this raw, candid, and fascinating memoir about overcoming food addictions. Discover how to fill the inner emptiness by nourishing your uniquely beautiful soul.

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#2 You, but Better: Stop Making Your Health So Hard! by Kelly Vandersluis Morgan

You, but Better: Stop Making Your Health So Hard! by Kelly Vandersluis MorganGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

You may have tried to get healthy in the past, but those big changes with rigid rules that we tend to make are hard to keep up. This health and fitness stuff doesn’t have to be hard. Done the right way, it can feel easy and doable — no matter how busy you are. There’s an easier way to make sustainable and manageable lifestyle changes. This book gives you everything you need with a proven program for busy, high-achieving women who want to gain control of their health and use it as a tool for continuing to lead their crazy lives and achieve their big dreams.

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#3 Incremental Improvements: Change Your Life One Small Step At A Time by Mike Brodsky

Incremental Improvements: Change Your Life One Small Step At A Time by Mike Brodsky Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The author shares ideas and strategies for making improvements in many aspects of one’s life. For a woman in her 20s who is trying to juggle her education, her budding career, her relationships, her family, and possibly even motherhood, this book suggests many potential actions and behaviors that can help to lead the reader on the path to success and personal development in a more manageable way. The reader may also learn techniques for balancing life’s various challenges without becoming overwhelmed.

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#4 Depression Hates a Moving Target by Nita Sweeney

Depression Hates a Moving Target by Nita Sweeney Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

At 49 years of age, grief-stricken, chronically depressed Nita Sweeney takes up running with her dog in an attempt to find a way out of the darkness. Her memoir of pounding the roads with her canine companion will entertain and motivate any reader who has ever fallen into deep despair. Whether or not readers want to follow in her footsteps, they will enjoy reading about her journey.

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#5 Love Yourself Happy: A Journey Back to You

Love Yourself Happy: A Journey Back to YouGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book is about love. Love for your life, love for your journey, and most importantly, love for you. Most go through life seeking happiness in others and everything external, this book brings you right back to the source that will always connect you to what is truly important – YOU.

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#6 Sand and Foam by Kahlil Gibran

Sand and Foam by Kahlil GibranGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Sand and Foam is a book you’ll end up read in one sitting because it’s so hard to put down. There’s a lot of self-queries in this book which is what we women do at this age. Gibran shares very intimate thoughts on how we look for self-validation in anything and in everything. You get a lot of gems from this book about relationships, love, family, losses, possessions—just life in all of its sense really. Here’s my all-time favorite from it: Only once have I been made mute. It was when a man asked me, Who are you?

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#7 Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke

Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria RilkeGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book compiles the letters of the beloved poet Rilke which he wrote in response to the questions of a very hopeful young poet. This book took me on a journey of self-discovery and made me realign my beliefs which interestingly helped me come out more firm about them. I recommend this because I strongly feel that the questions Rilke’s answers to the young poet’s questions are the answers to the questions we ask ourselves when we’re alone. Rilke’s letters are so comforting and enlightening because even after almost a century later they still ring true today.

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#8 Surviving a Cyberstalker by Alexis Moore

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Cyberstalking and stalking pose a threat to everyone in particular women in their 20’s this book a vital cyberage tool!

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#9 Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks by J.J. Wenrich

Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks by J.J. WenrichGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks: Stories and Lessons for Grown-Ups was written to entertain while simplifying the essentials of financial literacy. Every girl should be armed with the basic financial knowledge necessary to go out in to the world a strong, confident and independent young woman and this book offers the ammunition needed to get there.

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#10 Connect: How to Know if He’s Really Your Man by Dawn Burnett

Connect: How to Know if He's Really Your Man by Dawn Burnett Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Connect How To Know If He’s Really Your Man by Dawn Burnett is a must read for anyone in their 20s who is venturing out into the dating world. Connect, is a light but powerful little book that provides humorous yet effective ways to address key issues facing dating and relationships. Connect reveals: the pitfalls of dating in the digital age; the many ways we unintentionally sabotage our relationships; why we find ourselves choosing mates from the never-ending ‘carousel of losers’; and how we judge ourselves—and others—without mercy.

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#11 The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman

The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This is the perfect read for those looking to find and fostera healthy romantic partnership in the 20s. Oftentimes, we love people the waywe want to be loved, rather than considering how our partner might want to beloved. This book not only introduces you to how you feel most appreciated, but it also helps you recognize how you can best support your partner based on yourpreferences.

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#12 The Defining Decade by Meg Jay

The Defining Decade by Meg JayGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This is an essential read, especially for those in their 20s who feel like they are floundering. This book helps give direction, particularly for those who feel a lack of purpose regarding their career and/or relationships. It’s a reminder that it’s never too soon to start planning for the decades ahead, starting in your 20s.

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#13 Becoming by Michelle Obama

Becoming by Michelle ObamaGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Talk about an empowered woman. No matter what your political affiliation, Michelle Obama’s story is no doubt inspiring. Written in a narrative format, her story is gripping and a reminder that all women can challenge themselves to do and be more than what they may have initially envisioned. What a read.

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#14 Jane Eyre (Wordsworth Classics) by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre (Wordsworth Classics) by Charlotte Bronte Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The book I want to recommend was written more than 100 years ago, however, time passed made it even more relevant for a young woman. “Jane Eyre”, a novel by Charlotte Bronte tells a story about women’s independence, strength and courage. It gives a lesson about not giving up on your moral principles even if it’s hard to do so. It teaches young women how to be strong when everyone thinks you’re weak and unable to fight things you find oppressive. All of that, trough a story of a young orphan girl who fights her way through an unwelcoming Victorian society where, despite the odds, she finds true love and happiness.

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#15 Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey by Jane Goodall

Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey by Jane GoodallGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Jane Goodall is one of the most important scientists (woman or male) of her time. She became the world’s most famous primatologist in a time where the field was dominated by men and has remained so for the past 40 plus years.

In this memoir, she shares her spiritual epiphany and shares why everyone can find a reason for hope. She’s an incredible inspiration to women. You’ll finish the book feeling inspired and questioning how you can make a difference in our world. It’s a must-read for women in their 20s. It had a huge impact on my life and still continues to do so – years after I read it.

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#16 How to Think Strategically by Greg Githens

How to Think Strategically by Greg GithensGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Every woman in her 20s, should be interested in her career. That career might be in an existing organization or she might find herself becoming an entrepreneur.

Strategic thinking is rare and valuable. How to Think Strategically. Sharpen Your Mind. Develop Your Competency. Contribute to Success. provides practical assessible tools that she can use to upskill her strategic thinking.

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#17 Trash the Dress: Stories of Celebrating Divorce in your 20s by Joelle Caputa

Trash the Dress: Stories of Celebrating Divorce in your 20s by Joelle Caputa Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The book Trash the Dress: Stories of Celebrating Divorce in your 20s is the young divorce bible and also a must-read for every twenty-something woman considering marriage. It features interviews with 70 divorced women in their 20s around the world. Participants share why they got hitched and then ditched their marriages and most importantly, how they celebrated their divorces.

The women leading this Trash the Dress movement are here to help women leave all bad relationships- married or not. They’re here to say that you don’t have to give in to societal pressure to be married to live a fulfilled life. They’re here to guide young engaged couples before they get married so they don’t make the same mistakes they did.

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#18 Women’s Ways of Knowing by Mary Field Belenky

Women's Ways of Knowing by Mary Field Belenky Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Women’s Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and Mind by Belenky, Clinchy, Goldberger, and Tarule is a classic work detailing the results of a five-year culmination of interviews with 135 women to understand developmental ways of knowing. The 135 women came from varying types of institutions including early college programs, community colleges, four-year research institutions (including an ivy league school), four-year liberal arts colleges, and the “invisible college” such as non-profit educational organizations.

The women were from various backgrounds representing all levels of social class. Within the book, the authors use several well-chosen excerpts from the interviews to illustrate the differing perspectives to assist the reader in truly understanding how the interviewees comprehend the acquisition of knowledge from and through individuals, authorities, institutions, experiences, and themselves through communication, reflection, critical thinking, and moral judgment.

My Personal Experience with the Book As I read quotes from the women interviewed and the author’s interpretations, it was if I was looking into a mirror as I read this intimate account of varying experiences and insights of women having differing perspectives during critical and impressionable points during their lives. Within each perspective, I could recall an event in my life in which I held the same perspective. Some of the accounts were even exactly like my personal experiences, and this largely contributed to my agreement with their findings. The authors indicated that most of the women demonstrated evidence of a particular perspective through a single occurrence – often telling a story or expressing their ideas contextually. My

Recommendation I recommend this book for any woman who has gone through (or is going through) a significant transition during her life. These transitions could be motherhood, marriage, career development, or any other experience that requires personal reflection.

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#19 Indestructible by Allison Fallon

Indestructible by Allison Fallon Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Indestructible tells the shocking story of a marriage that didn’t go as planned, the truth that shattered everything, and the beautiful unfolding of a woman who decided that saving her marriage wasn’t worth losing herself. Like most people, Allison Fallon didn’t get married thinking she would get divorced. In fact, marrying a pastor felt like the surest way to guarantee a safe and happy marriage. So when she found out the man she married was not the man she thought he was, she had some choices to make.

A wrestling with faith and love, romance and drama, truth and fiction, this story calls into question what it means to fall in love, stay in love, and become a force of love and change in the world. Although Indestructible is only one woman’s story, it serves as a powerful reminder to anyone who has been disillusioned by love that falling in love might be harder and easier than they ever imagined; and that “the one” they’re looking for is closer than they think, something every woman in their 20s needs to hear.

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#20 Love The Sh*t Out Of Yourself by Zoey Arielle Poulsen

Love The Sh*t Out Of Yourself by Zoey Arielle PoulsenGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Wise words and positive affirmations have the power to touch our hearts, make us laugh, alleviate our stress–while realizing the vast potential life has to offer. Grouped together, these quips, quotes, and power thoughts can help you deal with everything life throws at you. Build your self-esteem with daily affirmations, and you can rule the world. Like a muscle, the more you do it, the stronger your confidence and sense of self will be. More importantly, you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. Simply put, you’ll be too blessed to be stressed! Love the Sh*t Out of Yourself is the ultimate motivating, encouraging, and uplifting book to enjoy and share.

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#21 The Book of Awesome Women by Becca Anderson

The Book of Awesome Women by Becca AndersonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Women hold up half the sky and, most days, do even more of the heavy lifting including childbearing and child-rearing. All after a long day at the office. Women have always been strong, true heroes ─ sheroes, oftentimes unacknowledged. As we shake off the last traces of a major patriarchal hangover, women are coming into their own. In the 21st Century, all women can fully embrace their fiery fempower and celebrate their no-holds-barred individuality. It is time to acknowledge the successful women of the world. From the foremothers who blazed trails and broke barriers, to today’s women warriors from sports, science, cyberspace, city hall, the lecture hall, and the silver screen, The Book of Awesome Women paints 200 portraits of powerful and inspiring role models for women and girls poised to become super women of the future.

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#22 Badass Affirmations: The Wit and Wisdom of Wild Women by Becca Anderson

Badass Affirmations: The Wit and Wisdom of Wild Women by Becca AndersonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

If you affirm yourself every day, you can rule the world. More importantly, you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. Badass Affirmations is the ultimate motivating, encouraging, and uplifting book to enjoy and share. Create your own ideal life and build your self-esteem with these positive daily affirmations. These very wise words have the power to touch our hearts, build confidence, make us laugh, and alleviate our stress―all while realizing the vast potential life has to offer. Becca Anderson, bestselling author of The Book of Awesome Women, serves up a memorable and inspirational banquet of positive self-affirmations, delicious bon mots, quips, and unforgettable quotes from movie stars, musicians, politicians, and women writers. Everyone from Malala to Madonna to Michelle Obama weighs in on the meaning of life with badass wit and timeless wisdom.

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#23 Badass Women Give the Best Advice by Becca Anderson

Badass Women Give the Best Advice by Becca AndersonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Women’s Studies scholar Becca Anderson has gathered the wisdom from a chorus of fabulous femmes for this one-of-a-kind advice book. From housewives to Hollywood starlets, from standup comedians to startup entrepreneurs, from feminists to Facebook queens, these badass women offer unvarnished and unabashed opinions about love, life, word, men, and sex and share their very frank and forthright thinking on the wild world of relationships. This delightfully dishy gathering of gal pals is like having a heart-to-heart with 200 of your closest friends.

Garrulous girls and loquacious ladies of from every walk of life unleash their wicked wit in this humorous and enlightening compilation and tell it like it is. Topics include What the World Needs Now, Love Hurts, Lost Love, and Are Men Really Necessary and cover sex, personal ads, blind dates, break ups, weddings, and the prerequisites for the perfect kiss. Sidebars include quizzes, love and sex bucket lists and topics like “Size Really Does Matter,” and “Cry Me a River, The Weepiest Romantic Movies Ever.” Wait, there’s more–true tales about wild women of yore that entertain as much as they enlighten. From Anais Nin to Lily Tomlin, from Amy Bloom to Dorothy Allison, from Drew Barrymore to Chrissy Teigen and beyond, there’s no shortage of sass, sarcasm, or sizzle and a few shocks along the way!

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#24 You Can Do All Things: Drawings, Affirmations and Mindfulness to Help With Anxiety and Depression by Kate Allan

You Can Do All Things: Drawings, Affirmations and Mindfulness to Help With Anxiety and Depression by Kate AllanGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

When you have anxiety of depression, you can feel deeply alone. You can feel like you’re the only person on the planet who’s struggling with weird worries (which won’t go away), who can’t go grocery shopping without getting sweaty and panicked, who fears everything. When we feel this way, one of the greatest gifts we can receive is knowing that there’s someone out there walking a similar path, someone who understands the sorrow, the struggles, the symptoms, the hardships. Someone we can relate to, someone who shares their story, with vulnerability and without filters. With You Can Do All Things, Kate Allan has given us such a gift. In You Can Do All Things, Kate shares her struggles with anxiety and depression, which started when she was just a child. Through her honest words, uplifting illustrations, and actionable suggestions, Kate also encourages us to keep trying and to keep going.

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#25 Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism: Comics on Relationships, Life & Food by Produence Geerts

Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism: Comics on Relationships, Life & Food by Produence GeertsGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

A top online illustrator, Prudence Planet Prudence Geerts presents her take on the struggles of adulting and finding your own voice. Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism is the debut collection from Prudence Geerts. This book will make you laugh at the awkward moments we all go through as we learn to be functioning adults in society, in an effort to make the world a better place. We all think: “Am I the only one who acts like this? Am I the only one who goes through this moment in life?” Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism shows you that you’re not. It laughs with you at the struggles we’re going through as we fight for equal pay, respect and realistic role models. Filled with love, laughter and food, Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism helps us realize that we’re not so different after all.

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#26 Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties by Kayla Buell

Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties by Kayla BuellGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Welcome to the corporate world, friend! A world where things aren’t fair, some people are mean, and if you want to succeed, your boss has to like you. In Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties: A Guide to Help You Navigate the Business World, Kayla Buell, founder of the award-winning blog Lost GenY Girl, helps you face the corporate world post-college. Navigating a corporate working world filled with pitfalls and traps is not easy – there’ s no app for that. Should you speak up in meetings? Should you stay quiet? Should you eat at your desk? What should you wear? And what do you do when someone blasts you via email? In Corporate Survival Guide for Your Twenties, Buell helps the early career professionals get their kickass career running.

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#27 Plan Be! Awesome Affirmations for Living an Awesome Life by Becca Anderson

Plan Be! Awesome Affirmations for Living an Awesome Life by Becca AndersonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The affirmations, quotes, and ideas in this book are a set of tools for you to use in your self-development. They are for “inner work.” And you know what they say about happiness-that it’s an “inside job,” which is 100% true. The suggestions in Plan Be! vary widely from spiritual aspirations to very simple, straightforward and practical ideas. Much has to do with adjusting your attitude. Depending on the day, it might be a slight adjustment or a major overhaul, but the more you practice daily affirmations, the fewer adjustments you’ll need.

One day, you will realize you have mastered the art of “thinking happy” and are looking at the bright side of life every day. Incorporating this effort as a daily practice will build “mental muscle” and help you achieve the all-important optimistic way of thinking. These are habits that can easily be reinforced by practices such as journaling, creating your own affirmations, and talking to yourself in the positive. Like an engine driving you toward greater things, self belief brings you closer to your life’s purpose, your personal mission and will absolutely make you a happier camper.

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#28 Student Loan Solution: 5 Steps to Take Control of your Student Loans and your Financial Life by David Carlson

Student Loan Solution: 5 Steps to Take Control of your Student Loans and your Financial Life by David CarlsonGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Loans should be straightforward, but unfortunately, student loans are complicated. If you are one of the 70% of college graduates with student loans, Student Loan Solution has financial advice for you. Those who have student loans, especially those with a lot of student loans, need to approach their finances differently than those who do not have student loan debt. Student Loan Solution explains what student loan borrowers should be focusing on when it comes to their finances, above and beyond managing their student loan debt.

Additionally, it shows borrowers how to take advantage of strategies that help them make more money, save more money, and ultimately pay down their student loans faster. By the time you are done reading Student Loan Solution, you will understand your student loans, gain control of your finances, and be armed with strategies to improve your finances and, ultimately, your life. For millions of Americans, paying for college meant taking out loans. Fight the student loans epidemic affecting 40 million borrowers―learn the best way to pay off the college degree you worked so hard to earn.

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#29 Tossing the Tiara by Jeanne Martinson

Tossing the Tiara by Jeanne Martinson Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Women beginning their careers today believe most gender issues were addressed in their mother’s generation. However, the decisions this generation of younger women are making regarding careers, relationships and money are grounded in beliefs that they developed while being raised in the current princess culture within North America. The Disney princess phenomenon has shaped our beliefs about everything from pay equity to home purchases. Once informed and aware of these influences, women of all ages can make better decisions to create the wealthy and happy future they seek.

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#30 Roaring Playlist of Thoughts by Eloisa Davis

Roaring Playlist of Thoughts by Eloisa DavisGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The book begins the journey of self-discovery through honesty, feeling, empathy, and uses music as a tool of therapy. Eloisa sees music as a form of therapy and wants the reader to feel good in picking songs that ultimately make them feel positive.

She uses the idea of the reader as a lioness where the reader and the author begin the magical adventure together as strong, inspirational, and natural. She wants the reader to experience the 21-day journey with her. This is done by the author speaking, feeling, and expressing each moment that happens for her, relating to the reader directly, so the lovely young lioness reader can apply it to her life in the most positive way possible.

The author wants young women to be able to be true to themselves throughout the journey of self-discovery so that they can get the absolute most out of it, for themselves.

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Contributors to this article
Bracha Goetz from Bracha’s Books

Kelly Morgan from Tsirona Health Coaching

Mike Brodsky from Incremental Improvements

Nita Sweeney from NitaSweeney

Shari Alyse from ShariAlyse

Rachel Davidson from Houston Party Ride

Alexis Moore from AlexisMoore

J.J. Wenrich from Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks

Dawn Burnett from A New Dawn Natural Solutions, Inc

Lauren Cook from The Sunny Girl

Lina Velikova from MedAlertHelp

Laurel Robbins from Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel

Greg Githens from StrategicThinkingCoach

Joelle Caputa from TrashTheDressBook

Zaneta from AutoInsurance

Allison Fallon from AllisonFallon

Brenda Knight from Mango Publishing

Jeanne Martinson from Martrain Corporate & Personal Development

Kirsten Rees from MakeMeASuccess

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