Books

I love books and these are just a few that have made a huge impact on me.  Some of these links go to amazon.com so you can get a full description of each book. But if you have a favorite local bookstore like mine, The Bookworm, drop by and pick up these books.  This list will evolve over time.

Inspiration: Your Ultimate Calling by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer – I love all of Wayne Dyer’s books, but this may be my favorite.  Each chapter in this book is filled with specifics for living an inspiring life. From a very personal viewpoint, Wayne Dyer offers a blueprint through the world of spirit to help you find your ultimate calling.

Oh, The Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss – A book generally given to high school and college graduates, but I have kept it all these years as a constant source of inspiration.  It provides great motivation to help you reach great heights.

The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann – An engaging parable about the old proverb “give and you shall receive.”

The Why Cafe by John P. Strelecky – An uplifting and fun story about the importance of taking the time to discover your PFE…Purpose For Existing.

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield – A great read for artists of all kinds to help you break through creative blocks.

Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson and Kenneth Blanchard – I return to this book whenever I have to deal with unwanted changes and it helps a great deal.

You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay – Louise L. Hay, bestselling author, is an internationally known leader in the self-help field. Her key message is: “If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” Louise has a great deal of experience and firsthand information to share about healing, including how she cured herself after being diagnosed with cancer.

You Can Create an Exceptional Life by Louise Hay and Cheryl Richardson – A book based on a series of empowering and intimate between two inspiring authors/speakers, Louise Hay and Cheryl Richardson.  Their topics include the importance of loving ourselves and our bodies; aging consciously, bringing true prosperity and abundance to the world, manifesting positive relationships-both with family and friends and in the workplace, and facing death in a dignified and peaceful way. .

Your Best Just Got Better by Jason Womack – I love the realistic approach of this book and of Jason Womack himself.  Making your best better will not happen overnight, but it will happen over time with Jason’s practical and easy-to-implement techniques.  This is not just another cookie cutter book on how to work more efficiently.  It is engaging and inspiring.

The Promise Doctrine by Craig P. W0mack and Jason W. Womack – This father and son team came up with the idea for The Promise Doctrine as they listened to their peers, employees, friends and family discuss how “hard it is to do it all.” In their book and seminars, they provide interactive tools and strategies to choose AND manage what you’re really committed to and then deliver on those commitments, both personally and professionally.  It’s a valuable resource.