Few things have impacted our lives like consistently reading personal development & professional growth books. I aimed to read 1 per month last year. I still tend to buy them at a much faster pace than that!
1. Girl Wash Your Face
“Don’t tell me you don’t have it in you to want something more for your life. Don’t tell me you have to give up because it’s difficult. This is life or death too. Thai is the difference between living a life you always dreamed of or sitting alongside the death of the person you were meant to become.”
My entire book is highlighted, flagged, noted. This book led me to several Rachel Hollis videos, her Made For More movie event, a preorder of her new book which releases in March & best of all I get to see her speak LIVE (yes real life) in July! So down to earth, relatable & successful. I love that she inspired women all over the world to stop making excuses & LIVE your life.
2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fu*k
I have a thing for foul mouthed titles. And the content did not disappoint! The no nonsense of this book was greatly appreciated.
3. How to Be a Bawse
The layout of this book made it super fun! It’s kind of like a magazine-fashion, hair, makeup, realness, empowerment. It’s a survival guide so there are fun little reflective & writing prompts throughout.
“Don’t cheat yourself by blazing trough your life.”
4. You Are a Badass
This wasn’t my first rodeo with this book & probably won’t be my last. Forever my go-to for all things. Jen Sincero just gets me. Whitty, hilarious, applicable. We’re basically badass bffs.
5. A Tribe Called Bliss
This book was the most significant of the year. I read it with a small part of my team as Lori suggested. It was brilliant, thoughtful, made us reflect, dig deep & connect as a Tribe of positive women.
6. Like She Owns the Place
“I am no longer available for disempowering people, toxic beliefs or anything that does not support my highest self.” Yess girl.
7. The Compound Effect
8. Go Pro
I read this (again) to prepare me for an event in Las Vegas this Fall! Packed with specific strategies for Network Marketing & creating the life of your dreams.
9. Braving the Wilderness
This book was kind of slow going for me. I didn’t finish it because a few years ago I decided I would approach books with an open mind but I wasn’t going to continue spending my time reading books that either don’t resonate with me or that I enjoy.
She speaks a lot on vulnerability & it’s heavy on story & her experience. It’s possible I’m pretty selfish with my time 😉
10. Leaders Eat Last
“Leaders are the ones who run headfirst into the unknown.” This book encourages us to build trust, create culture & a team who knows you will show them the way.
Finish by Jon Acuff
Kick Ass by Mel Robins
10X by Grant Cardone
5 Second Rule by Mel Robins