Most of these books are in support of me continuing my education around my passion work of coaching. So no good escape to the beach and lose yourself in romance here. However, if you are interested in self-development, spirituality, and memoirs, this could be your list!
- Becoming by Michelle Obama – yes, I know, I haven’t read it yet, but I bought it last year with so many good intentions, but no action. Excited to continue to learn about this powerful woman.
- The Dance of Anger by Harriet Lerner – this one came recommended by my awesome therapist; specifically written for women, it looks at how anger plays a role in our intimate relationships
- Emotional Grit by Dr. Neeta Bhushan – very in line with my work, it’s about how to find that inner authenticity and to make room for an abundant future
- Why We Can’t Sleep by Ada Calhoun – A women’s new midlife crisis; how us Gen X ladies are looking for greater fulfillment.
- The Untethered Soul by Michael A Singer – Deep dive into your energy patterns and habitual thoughts
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Hanson – I mean, it had me at the title.
- One Last Talk by Philp McKernan – It starts with the question, “If you were about to leave this planet, what would you say, and who would you say it to?” What will be your story?
- Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks – my first book on manifestation is a pretty famous one.
- Principles by Ray Dalio – this book comes highly recommended by some of the world’s greatest leaders and is about making good decisions and idea generation
- Signs by Laura Lynne Jackson – Laura Lynne Jackson is a physic medium and shares stories of people who have had moments of unexplained synchronicities
- Range by David Epstein – in a new take on looking at skillsets — generalists are primed to excel
- The Empath’s Survival Guide by Judith Orloff – life strategies for sensitive people; thank goodness because I need it!
- Second Mountain by David Brooks – New York Times writer David Brooks discusses that feeling of when we get to the top of the mountain and still don’t feel fulfilled. I love this guy’s writing.
- Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit – I bought this book because the title made me laugh, but it’s a much more serious novel about our culture’s acceptance of rape. I haven’t finished it yet.
I’ll do reviews of each book in the newsletter and/or blog over the year, so follow along. Have a book recommendation? Send me a note! #bookworms
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