4 Books that changed my life and business
It’s taking me a long time to start reading again after 7 years of college. But I am glad I did I can share these 4 books that changed my life and business.
Get Rich, Lucky Bitch: Release Your Money Blocks and Live a First-Class Life – Denise Duffield-Thomas
I have read several times already and every time I have a new takeaway that has helped me and because we always have more than on money mindset challenge. It’s an ongoing journey in our self-improvement journey. Denise has a wonderful way of including her own personal journey but also provide the tools on how to include forgiveness in such a way that it makes it easier to let go of whatever isn’t working for us so we can create the life we want.
The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level – Gay Hendricks
We all have barriers standing in our way and this book provides more a-ha moments than I could have asked for. If you are ready to step into your true potential then this is a book that you want to read and remove any upper-limited you may have. When I first listened to it I was reminded how I at 18 stepped on an airplane to move continents and never looking back on my decision.
Overcoming Under Earning (R): A Five-Step Plan to a Richer Life – Barbara Stanny
There is only one person that sabotages our success, and it’s all about you. It starts with the message from childhood we received and the self-imposed beliefs we hold about our ability to earn what we want to earn. This book is practical and helps you through the process of removing those upper self-imposed limits to really start earning to our fullest potential. I will probably read this and her other books again and again, because there is truly always something new to uncover.
The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results – Gary Keller
If you are finding it difficult to focus on in your life and find yourself cluttered with demands of work and life, then this book could be for you. The main message here is to focus on just that one thing and while this doesn’t apply to the overall scheme of my own life, focusing on that one project gets its done rather than thinking about all the things I want or need to do. Now focusing on thing isn’t really my strength because I am a multi-passionate but it’s helped me narrow down what to focus on and find a strategy to find my personal harmony.
4 books that changed my life and business have been solid investments of time and money to help me grow. I encourage you to get a book or four and read them (or listen) but with intention to learn and create your own change.