By nature, I’m a curious person. I love learning new things and hearing differing perspectives of others. Books are one of my favorite ways to stay inspired, and I’ve amassed a list of favorites along the way. Below are a combo of books on business, on creativity, and some fiction favorites that I think about often, and recommend constantly.
This book teaches the importance of repeatable processes within your business that can be taught to anyone. It shows the steps needed to help business owners step away from total control of their company, and allow others to step in and help.
A roadmap encouraging the feminine business model, one that embodies our values, creates new economies, and experiments with redistributions of power & resources.
Cultivate your leadership skills through strength, health, absorption, relationships, and purpose. Great for business owners with or without teams!
An easy to read guide for leading, and empowering, teams.
Marlee Grace writes in a way that makes her feel like your best friend. In Getting To Center she explores her personal journey toward finding herself when feeling off-balance. Her writing is offered as resource to look curiously at our own experiences so we too can find our way back to center.
This book is an experience. I recommend it to every woman I know as required reading on feminine power and wholeness. This book, filled with folk stories passed down from cultures around the world, and examined by Clarissa Pinkola Estés, explores what it means to be a divine and creative female.
Manifestation, woo-woo, spiritual self-help… it’s everywhere these days. The Universe Has Your Back explains why. A great intro to learning how to trust your intuition and decision making skills.
The Goldfinch is my favorite book. Donna Tartt is a masterful writer, and her story of a young boy plagued by a famous painting of simple goldfinch will pull your focus in and stay with you for all time.
Another favorite by my favorite author, Sally Rooney. Normal People explores themes of relationship; relationship to partners, relationship to self, relationship to others. It’s a beautiful and achingly real story.
A book I wanted to hug by the end, Where The Crawdads Sing is heartwarming, mysterious, gritty, and unique. Read this book, be transported to the marshlands of North Carolina, and then recommend the book to all your friends
A debut novel from Kiley Reid about race and privilege wrapped in a coming of age story. I adored this book.
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