A Diverse List of Recommended Reading from My Library
As a Life Coach, I take my work very seriously. It’s my mission to help you create magic in your life and to be most effective at it, I’m constantly learning new skills. That’s why when I’m not actually on a coaching call with someone, you’ll often find me with my nose stuck in a book.
I realize that not everyone has the money to work with me (or any coach, for that matter.)
Let’s change that!
While working with someone who can see the bigger picture is the fastest way to create wanted and needed change in your life, it’s by no means, the only way.
You are capable of creating the kind of life you dream of (even if you don’t know how, or what that dream is.)
That’s why I’m going to open up the vault and let you see what’s in my personal (and up to now, secret) library.
What you’ll find here is a wide variety of books:
- business branding
- discovering your life purpose
I haven’t made time for fiction, so you’ll find no fiction here. But that may come in the near future as well.
In the interest of complete disclosure, I’ve purchased many of these books from Thriftbooks – a site that I love for their bargain prices and free shipping in the US on any purchase over $10.00. Many times I can get 3 books for under $10. Which means I have to find one more. Damn! What a drag!
I also have an affiliate account with Thriftbooks, so if you order from any of the links with a * by them, you’re putting a little money in my pocket. Thank you!
I’ll also be doing some posts on what I’ve learned from the books as I read them
Prior to my discovery that what was missing from my business was sharing stuff as I’m learning it, rather than just sharing my expertise, I rarely took the time to read. Now that it’s an excuse to help both me and my clients though, Holy Hallelujah! I’m having a blast!
And this, my friends, is why it’s so important for you to get to know yourself more deeply. Deep self-discovery is the only path to creating a life you adore. What makes you tick?
For now, I just want to get this information out here for you; later I’ll get a bit more specific and put them into categories.
The Desire Map, by Danielle LaPorte