Category Archives: Recommended Books

Body Language Confidential by Traci Brown

Have you ever been talking with someone and the words coming out of their mouth doesn’t match the message you are receiving.  A great example of this is sarcasm. Sarcasm is one type of communication that sends a conflicting message but what about all the other types of conflicting messages?  The limp handshake, the furrowed…

Think Sideways, a Game-Changing Playbook for Disruptive Thinking by Tamara Kleinberg

Last year I had the good fortune to meet Tamara Kleinberg, Serial Tinkerer at The Shuuk.  As VP of Programs for DTC CBW, I was interviewing her to speak at an upcoming meeting but found myself less focused on the interview and more so captivated by her innovative thinking and fun spirit.  She took curiosity…

Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott

A few years ago, a friend recommended the book Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott.  The recommendation was due to the challenging situation I was in with a supervisor but applied to all areas of my life. I have never been one to successfully hide my feelings or opinions about something but having a “fierce conversation”…

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron was first published in 1992 and it’s purpose and methods are timeless.  It is a guide to allowing your natural born creativity to flow.  I am currently going through this study because as a business coach, I am consistently creating new programs to better serve my clients.  Additionally I…

The Charge by Brendon Burchard

I started following Brendon Burchard just last year because I found him to be a no-nonsense guy who also truly comes from the heart.  He is captivating in his quest to help people be able to answer the questions…”Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?” This summer I received an initial-released copy of…

The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

Did you ever think there is an actual science to getting rich?  Well to be honest, I never did.  I thought there were people who were money driven and they became rich OR people who just got lucky.  Boy was I ever wrong! In the book The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace D. Wattles explains…