The PowHER Bookshelf
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"Reading is to the mind, what exercise is to the body."
- JOSEPH ADDISON
THE ALCHEMIST :
"Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. And that no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second's encounter with God and with eternity." This book speaks for itself and should be a staple in everyone's bookshelf!
CAN'T HURT ME :
This book made me cry, it challenged me to analyze my limiting bad habits, it challenged me to look at my weaknesses and the things that trigger me, then it made me feel like I can take my life a few notches higher if I just deal with and overcome the identified limiting habits that sometimes rule my brain.
SHOE DOG :
There are many lessons to be learned from reading this book. It is always great to get an inside look at the journey of such a massive brand like Nike. We often think that success is linear - I think this book serves as an honest and realistic reminder that building a huge brand doesn’t come easy. Great read!
THE BOOK OF
“More than anything, fear blinds, and only by stepping without hesitation into the next inch of the unknown can we build confidence in the life we are meant to live” - Mark Nepo. This is probably my favorite read of 2018! Every single passage in this book has something extraordinary to offer. I love that this book is in the form of daily entries and real life reflections, it is very easy to relate to.
BASIC BLACK :
Cathie Black has an incredible story. I read this book about 5 years ago as a recommended read by one of the managing directors at a previous employer. I read this book every couple of years as a reminder that taking risk is necessary and stepping out of your comfort zone is scary but reaps great rewards.
THE SEAT OF
THE SOUL :
You definitely have to read this book with an open mind. There were many new perspectives for me to consider as I read this book. That’s the point and power of reading to me. New perspective and concepts that broaden and stretch and challenge your way of thinking. I would also recommend watching his Oprah interview. There are so many theories on the soul and higher consciousness and divine purpose - this is one of those books that makes you go “hmmm” in a good way.