LIF Book Club: Fall In Love With These Old and New Favorites

Now is the time to start stocking your bookshelves. When fall and winter roll around, it often means less time outside and more time hunkered down inside with a great book. Reading is a great way to pass the time and do something for yourself that actually makes you better. You can only binge watch so much Netflix, right?

Get inspired and elevate your life with words written by some powerful women. Pick up one of these if you need a little lift in your spirits or a swift kick to get you going.

You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero

A powerhouse self-help book written by bestselling author Jen Sincero that untangles everything stopping you from achieving more. There’s laughter. tough-love and wise advice packed into small, easy to digest chapters. Read this if you want to start creating a life you love.

Braving The Wilderness: The Quest for true belonging and the courage to stand alone by Brené Brown

In a world where people are more connected than ever, there’s still a struggle to find your true belonging. Brené breaks down vulnerability, courage, empathy and change that is needed to find your place in this world. Read this if you love digging into the science and psychology behind human emotions and behaviors.


Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life by shakti gawain

Looking for positivity and change? This one’s for you. In this book, you’ll learn how using your imagination and practicing positive self-talk can elevate your life. No matter where your interests or occupation lies, you’ll find little gems that can be applied to any situation.

Radical Candor : be a Kick-ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity

This book is about being better. A better boss, a more effective leader, and an extraordinary co-worker. Learn from Kim and her experiences with some of the most well-known companies in the world, as she lays out the framework of what it means to have candor in the workforce.


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