Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
by Greg McKeown
This book speaks to my soul. It's about why prioritizing what is important to you - and only you - is imperative to happiness. Why saying 'no' to things is actually a good idea. And how you can live more with less. If you have a hard time saying no and have eggs in too many baskets, this book is for you.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
by Mark Manson
I have an innate tendency not to care what others think, and still, this book taught me so much. It reaffirmed many things I knew while extending the philosophy into other areas of my life. If you spend a lot of mental energy worrying about others, this book is for you.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
by Marie Kondo
I'm the person who my friends call to organize their closets so this book was like preaching to the choir. Even so, I was reminded that this way of thinking doesn't come naturally to everyone and that clearing space in our lives makes it easier to accomplish so much more. If your life feels cluttered, check out this book!
The 12-Week Year
by Brian Moran
This book is powerful in its ability to shift how you think of planning and goal-setting. You should read this book if you're looking for a new approach to getting things done.
The One Thing
by Gary Keller
If you are an ideas person or someone who tends to juggle many balls, I encourage you to read this book. You'll learn why it's critical to success to hone in and focus on just one thing. It sounds hard, I know, but in this book you'll learn many tactics to make it happen.
by Stephen Guise
Habits are hard. Hard to stick to new ones and hard to break bad ones. Mini habits are things that are 'too small to fail', helping people find success and build momentum.
The Four Tendencies
by Gretchen Rubin
I'm a Questioner. What are you? Knowing your tendencies is important, and even more important is understanding how they'll serve you and how you may need to navigate the obstacles they create.