The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up by Marie Kondo
This is a #1 New York Times best-selling guide to decluttering your home. I knew I had too much stuff, but I didn’t know what it was doing to me and how to manage it, until I read this book. The upside of a deep clean is immeasurable to your well being and your career.
The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay
I love Stephen King’s writing and I think I might now love Paul Tremblay’s just as much.
The Art of Living by Thich Nhat Hanh
Hanh wrote the Miracle of Mindfulness and I was recommened this book a number of time but I went straight for the Art of Living.
The current work includes meditations that are meant to open up new perspectives on “our lives, our relationships and our interconnectedness with the world around us”.
Pretty deep stuff, but in our materialistic world, some conntectivity might not be a bad thing. The book focuses on the importance of looking inside ourselves, beforelooking out. Knowing oneself can only be a good thing that can help us focus more on the job of developing our career and building our Financial independence.
Conversational Intelligence by Judith E Glaser
This is a must read for anyone climbing the coporate laddrr, building their own business or just wanting better relationships. Understanding the science behind talking, understanding and being understood is a key skill that you need to master. Communication is at the heart of everthing we do.