On my latest news,
I have been coaching a few new clients and helping them move forward in their business and projects. It was been very rewarding to see them succeed.
In my personal life, I had a few injuries – left shoulder and knee – so I had to rest for a while to get them in a good shape again.
Right now, I am taking time to recharge my creative soul, connect with new people and try new things… more on this soon.
Today, I wanted to share with you some of the books I have been reading/listening lately. They have brought los of knowledge and wisdom to my life and I have even changed many things on how I run my personal and business life thanks to them.
Here we go,
On Business and Mindset
Chillpreneur by Denise Duffield-Thomas
If you are running a business and you think the only way to do it is, by working long hours and suffering along the way, I recommend you to have a look a this book. Denise is amazing and, as a good Virgo – I am one too! -, she explains things in a very practical way.
Get Rich, Lucky Bitch! by Denise Duffield-Thomas
Same author! This is her previous book. On it, she talks about money blocks, how to overcome them and how to start earning money from your skills and talents.
Denise writes mostly for women, though but there is gold for everyone on them.
The Latte Factor by David Bach
I watched David on an interview with Marie Forleo and I found his way of explaining finances very accessible and simple. This specific book, he wrote it for his teenager son, because he wanted to share with him knowledge about finances in a easy and empowering way. And yes, I found it very empowering!
He has a series of books on finances but I recommend you to start with this one (will send more suggestions from him ASAP).
On Personal Affairs
Two books I would recommend you to have a look at
The Courage to be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga.
Insightful book about “the Japanese phenomenon that teaches us the simple yet profound lessons required to liberate our real selves and find lasting happiness”.
It was like listening to my mediation teacher (who I studied with for a year 13 years ago and I still love talking with time to time) answering to all the doubts of my mind and bringing me back to my heart. Lots of wisdom on this book.
Whole Body Barefoot: Transitioning Well to Minimal Footwear by Katy Bowman
I am making some changes on my life and one of them is my footwear. Barefoot shoes are those with little sole and a spacious toe-box. The sole is flexible and adapts to your feet and the surface you walk on.
Whether you are into barefoot shoes or not, Katy Bowman shares on this book, lots of exercises and insights on how to “improve your gait, strengthen your feet, and optimize your health through whole-body alignment”.
This week, I am starting a new book
Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo. Do you know her?
Get it here and let’s read/listen to it together!
Let me know if you get any of these books and what you thought about them, please. Really interested on hearing your thoughts.
FINALLY… … …
If you are like me – a person that walks like crazy -, you might want to give Audible a try.
I consume most of my books through it and I really like it. This link below, gives you access to a 30-day trial and with it, a free book of your choice.
I hope this list is useful for you. If you are reading a book right now that you want to share with me, fill the form below and share it!.
Life is NOW, keep reading 🙂
With love and care