Influencer Monique Elias lists books every woman should read

Influencer Monique Elias lists books every woman should read
Influencer Monique Elias lists books every woman should read

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01/09/2022 – 10:03

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Monique Elias, businesswoman and influencer, released her first book in 2019. “Eu already existed”, published by the publisher Astral Cultural, tells, in an honest and sensitive way, about the author’s life, in addition to addressing issues such as self-knowledge and feminism.

Businesswoman, mother, wife and digital influencer, Monique has a good relationship with books, and she still says she can’t live without her company. “I’m always reading a book and I always have them as good and necessary friends”, says the influencer, who lists books that impacted her in some way. Check it out below:

“Common Feminism: For All, All and All” is the first feminist book by author Marcia Tiburi, writer of the hit “How to talk to a fascist”. Published in 2018 by Rosa dos Tempos, the work brings a serious and socially committed feminism to the debate. With accessible language, enabling the understanding of laymen and experts, the book aims to go beyond empty arguments and ready-made speeches, debating sincerely with its reader.

According to the author herself, in the chapter “To think about feminism”: “Feminism leads us to fight for the rights of all, all and all. All because those who carry this fight forward are women. All because feminism freed people from identifying as women or men and made room for other expressions of gender – and sexuality – and this came to interfere with the whole of life. All because it fights for a certain idea of ​​humanity and, for that very reason, considers that those people defined as men should also be included in a truly democratic process”.

“A woman’s place is wherever she wants” is the work of journalist and finance specialist Patricia Lages. The businesswoman is also the author of the best seller “Bolsa Blindada” and, in 2016, she published the book “Lugar de mulher é onde ela que” by the publisher Thomas Nelson Brasil. In more than 250 pages, Patricia emancipates the entrepreneurial woman and subverts the role to which society assigns women. In a captivating and relaxed way, the journalist gives tips and presents her research on the corporate universe, and not only says that the corporate environment is indeed a female environment, but also shows that such an environment is all about women.

“The 3 Laws of Performance: Rewriting the Future of Your Business and Your Life” is the book that Monique Elias considers to be the key to success. Written by Vanto Group CEO Steve Zafron and University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business faculty and senior consultant at CultureSync, “The 3 Laws of Performance was published in 2014 by Primavera BIZ. In the book, the authors develop the three laws of performance based on their experiences in corporate consultancies in companies from around the world, such as South Africa, Brazil, the United States, Peru and New Zealand. In about 250 pages, the two writers give practical tips and teaching examples and ways in which the tips can be applied, helping people from all over the globe to achieve their estimated results.

“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” or “The Pregnancy Bible”, as it is also known, is a book that arose from the need of one of the authors, Heidi Murkoff, when faced with her first pregnancy. Written in co-authorship with Arlene Eisenberg and Sandee Hathaway, the work considered a manual on pregnancy was published by Record publishing house in 2004 and, in 2015, it became the longest-running book on the New York bestseller list. Teams. From the basics to the tips no one gives, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” belongs to the “What to Expect” book series (“What to Expect When You’re Expecting”, “What to Expect the First Year”, “The What to Expect in Sophomores and What to Expect in Sophomores”) and is a true guide for first-time moms.

“While Love Doesn’t Come”, by the publishing phenomenon writer Iyanla Vanzant, is the fifth book on Monique’s list and clearly shows us one of the most sensitive aspects of the businesswoman. Released by the publisher Sextante, in 2001, the work serves as a comfort for those who are incessantly looking for love. In her advice and accounts, Iyanla tells of events she experienced during her unrestrained search for love, in which she suffered violence, absences and frustrations almost always caused by the urge to seek affection in other hearts. In the book, the author reflects on the importance of the processes we have to go through to achieve a certain desire, in addition to highlighting the importance of self-knowledge and self-love.

“Women who run with the wolves” is the sixth and final book to be cited in this list. First published in 1989, it received a beautiful and elegant edition in 2018, by the publisher Rocco. After years, the book has taken the spotlight on the bestseller lists of several bookstores and has been conquering more and more readers. Written by Jungian analyst Clarissa Pinkola Estés, the book addresses fairy tales, myths and legends that expose, according to the author, how the instinctive nature of women has been crushed during history. Estés proposes to analyze and reflect on the real nature of women and how patriarchy shapes them in its own way so that they serve men. In “Women who run with the wolves”, Clarissa investigates the history of the feminine and explains, according to her, how it is possible to recover the nature of women through “psychological-archaeological excavations in the ruins of the subterranean world”.

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