What I'm Reading...
What Are You Reading?
The books in this list have all served my life in some way. I hope they will do the same for you. Enjoy!
You Can Heal Your Life
by: Louise Hay
This book changed my life! It was my introduction to affirmations
and still serves as a useful guide for many of life's questions. If I could only recommend one book for the rest of my life, this would be it!
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
by: Deepak Chopra
This book is just over a hundred pages long, but it took me over a year to read. That is because the lessons in this book are so profound that they deserved my time and practice before moving on the next.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
by: Robert T. Kiyosaki
This book helped me change my mindset from poverty thinking to prosperity thinking. I really had no idea how my upbringing and my family's outlook of money had shaped my own beliefs about money.
by: Paulo Coelho
This is a must read! It's the kind of book you can read in a day, but it's lessons will last a lifetime. There is something magical about this book that you will have to read to understand. It is a book that offers you life lessons all along the way and those lessons will only appear as you need them. When you read this book again years from now, the lessons will be different.
The Greatest Miracle in the World
by: Og Mandino
I never would have picked this book for myself. It was recommened to me by one of my Instagram followers. I almost put it down after the first few pages, thank goodness I didn't. It was filled with such a beautiful undertone and symboloism. It is inspiring and toucning.
The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham
by: Esther and Jerry Hicks
From the moment I opened this book it immediately spoke to me, moreso than any other book I have picked up since. If you are a fan of The Secret then you need to read this book.
Driven to Succeed: From Poverty to Podium
by: Kendal Netmaker
I loved this book because it was so relatable. Kendal talks about poverty, limitations and success principles. Great storytelling all along the way.