As you all know, I’m an avid reader; I clocked in at 55 books for 2016, keep in mind that not all of these were business-related as I appreciate reading a variety of genres (biographies, historical fiction, etc) but here are some of my favorite non-fiction, the ones that inspired me and provoked much thought, long after I finished reading them. Clearly, it was an introspective year. What were some of your favorites in 2016?
And check back soon for a review on two new fabulous books on leadership and goal-setting that I’m excited to share: 2017, we got this!
Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear (Liz Gilbert)
When Breath Becomes Air (Paul Kalanithi)
When Cultures Collide: Leading Across Cultures (Richard Lewis)
Hope Heals: A True Story of Overwhelming Loss and an Overcoming Love (Jay and Katherine Wolf)
Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age (Sherry Turkle)
Rising Strong (Brené Brown)
Present-over-Perfect (Shauna Niequist)
Love Warrior (Glennon Doyle Melton)
A Thousand Mornings (Mary Oliver)
Grace, Not Perfection (Emily Ley)