If you’ve known me for any length of time the two things that have stayed consistent over the years are that I love watermelon and I love to read!
I thought it would be fun to post some fall books that are on my reading list before 2019 comes to an end.
Everything is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo
I’ve been a longtime fan of Marie’s. I even took her B-School program once upon a time! Her attitude, mindset, and business savvy are something to admire. I’m excited to grab the audiobook and soak in what she has to say about habits and mindset (she says she shares a habit that makes it 42% more likely you’ll achieve your #goals—I’m in!).
Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny
This is one book that has been recommended to me over and over again and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive. Through her research, Barbara identified seven key traits that women who make six figures+ have in common, and she turns each trait into a strategy for the reader. I’m a big believer that ‘success leaves clues’ and I’m curious about the takeaways this book promises its readers.
A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi
Voted one of the best business books in 2018 by Amazon Book Reviews, this book caught my attention when two of my favorite podcasters both posted about this book this summer. It promises a dive into physics as well as models for creating abundance in our own lives (this does not have to mean bucketfuls of money btw). I’m excited to see what this book has to offer. I’ve personally taken a deep dive into money mindset books this year, and not one of them has been a disappointment.
12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson
I got a sample of this book after seeing a post on my fellow baby grandma Angie’s Lee’s IG and I loved it immediately! Mix the knowledge of a professor with the heart of a storyteller and I’m hooked. I can’t wait to dive fully into this book—I know it’s going to be SO good!
Side Jobs (Dresden Files) by Jim Butcher
I voraciously read all 15 of the Dresden Files books this summer after a recommendation from an amazing client. And imagine my delight when I found out that there are over 20 hours of audiobooks I can consume while impatiently awaiting book 16. This will keep my brain happy on those days when I can’t possibly cram any more information in it.
So there you have it, my last 100 days of 2019 reading list.
So tell me, what books are on your must-read list this fall? I would love to add a few more to mine!