Loving What Is: Four questions that change your life by Byron Katie
Seeing reality and knowing what’s best to do is not always what we end up doing. Somehow resistance to what’s happening results in taking actions that is contrary to our beliefs and values. Byron Katie shows that loving what is and asking four simple questions , leads to a release of resistance, followed by relationship with reality that … works.
Mindful Leadership by Maria Gonzalez
I met Maria at the A Mindful Society 2017 conference and she is amazing. Her book tells you the five hindrances to effective leadership and nine qualities of mindful leadership. Absolutely essential information for any leader who believes we are connected in shared values.
Mindsight by Daniel J. Siegel
From inter-neurobiolgy comes a book that tells us what the mind is — and why integration is the path to mindful wellness, compassion and kindness.
Finding Your Own North Star; Diana Herself; Finding Your Way in a Wild New World; Expecting Adam by Martha Beck
Practical, funny, easy to understand and …genius. I took time to research before I chose to learn life coaching through Martha Beck. The reason is that Martha has created tools that are simple and immediately work.
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
A short, simple book. Yet it is deeply powerful once you start to consciously put these agreements into use. Applying these four agreements is to start your journey with the end in mind.
The Power of Now; A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
“You don’t know what you don’t know.” I’m always curious about this. All of Eckhart’s books, and his lectures, are about expanding your body of knowledge about you.