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The Cinderella of tech (New York Times)
[Sophia Amoruso] remains true to her vision to inspire and be inspired by cool girls. (“Ones to Watch: 11 Women Who Just Might Change the World” Elle)
Fashion's new phenom (Forbes)
Starkly brilliant (Huffington Post)
A millennial alternative to Lean In (The Cut New York Magazine)
A compellingly motivational read (The Telegraph)
The book you need in your life ... a simultaneously funny, warm, inspiring and straight-talking guide on how to go about getting shit done. (Marie Claire)
Deeply personal and filled with brazen, hilarious moments and cunning and frank observations, don't be surprised if you laugh out loud (SheerLuxe)
Amoruso's voice is accessible and charmingly self-deprecating without losing the effortless cool that characterizes her clothes...Being anti-establishment is teh old cool. The new cool is playing by your own rules and still winning by their standards (New York Times Book Review)
Part memoir, part management guide and part girl-power manifesto. A sort of Lean In for misfits, it offers young women a candid guide to starting a business and going after what they want (Washington Post)
A power manifesto for strong, ambitious young women . . . Amoruso teaches the innovative and entrepreneurial among us to play to our strengths, learn from our mistakes, and know when to break a few of the traditional rules (Vanity Fair)
If you read one book with a hashtag for a title this year, make it #GIRLBOSS (TechCrunch)
It's easy to get the sense, reading Lean In, that Sandberg is writing for women who've already made it. #GIRLBOSS is for those who haven't, which means it is aimed at people who have nothing to lose, which makes it a much riskier and more enjoyable manifesto (New York Magazine)
Filled with great advice for all millennial women ready to take over the world (Cosmopolitan)
Sophia Amoruso turned her hobby selling vintage clothing on eBay into Nasty Gal, one of the fastest growing companies in America. Her rise has been covered by major media like The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune,Inc., and The Wall Street Journal, and she has a devoted following on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Loved it, very inspiring and I didn't put it down. If you are thinking about reading this, then do...and get motivated!!Published 1 month ago by Sonia Nicolson
I (hashtag) LOVE this book! The illustrations and typography make the book easy to read and I love Sophia's story which she tells with no-holds barred. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Victoria Cunningham-Downey
She ain't no girl boss as she has step down as CEO of nasty girl find out more on the news. But this book is great read!Published 1 month ago by JustAGirlWhoLovesToShop♥️💕✨🎁💃💅👠💁👰💍💎💌💬
What a Fantastic read! An inspirational book full of motivational stories, business hints and tips and the wonderful roller coaster that has been Sophia Amoruso's journey so far.Published 2 months ago by Bronte Creary
i have been shopping on amazon for years, but this is the first time i've ever felt inclined to leave a book reveiw. Read morePublished 2 months ago by F