There is nothing better than curling up by the fire with a good book during the winter season. Okay, maybe add a cup of coffee or hot cocoa - but you get the idea. Most of us may have goals this year to read more or have less screen time. While self-help and mindset books are great uses of our free time, fiction fun is also a good idea. We’ve got a few books in our Amazon carts to purchase and read! We are excited to dig into these soon and wanted to share.
This has been a must-read for a while! Habits are a massive part of our day to day and so much time can be wasted on bad habits if we are not careful. In this book, Brendon Burchard shares six practices that are game changers for your life. All of these habits are focused on achieving more, succeeding in all areas of life, influencing those around you in a positive way - to name a few. Each tip is focused on creating a better, more efficient life. Not only do these ideas make a lot of sense as is, but Brendon has the science to back it up.
This novel is about a newlywed couple, Isabel and Martin, and their yearly visits with Martin’s father, Omar. The only catch is that Omar is dead. The story shares about how Isabel learns more about her new husband’s family and learns about the memories between them all. This novel is a good break from the non-fiction reads we've picked and it’s not your typical romantic read! Natalia's graceful and yet dynamic narrative tackles current subjects ranging from love for heritage, tradition, family, and romance in a deeply profound way.
Back 2010, Sheryl Sandberg gave a TED Talk that has now been viewed over 6 million times across a variety of platforms. She shared about there are few too many women in leadership positions in the workplace. In her book, Sheryl keeps the conversation going, sharing about why women should not be afraid to take a seat at the table. Not only does her book inspire, but also gives readers practical advice on how to build a career you love. These actionable steps can help you with your career moves and make things happen.
Brene Brown is such a wordsmith genius, and her wisdom is always so life changing - for the better! In this book, Brene writes about the strength of leaders. They don’t have to have all of the answers, but they are known to stay curious and learn as much as they can. She views leaders who gain power with the goal to share with others. Her book is all about the cultivation of daring leaders and the encouragement of a new wave of leaders.