What's on My Career Coaching Bookshelf?
Call me a bookwork if you must. I love to reference other great leaders, authors and coaches for the trends and tested development methods. I love all things self development, business development, how to lead, how to manage, how to grow in corporate america, how to change a culture. I love books and I love coaching women on their careers. Here's my list of books to help you level up your career game! Enjoy!
Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers eBook: Timothy Ferriss, Arnold Schwarzenegger: Kindle Store
Tools of the Titans is a large book with many mini interviews that Tim Ferris did over the years. It’s broken up into easy categories. My copy has so many tags and bookmarks and notes because it’s a go-to reference book for me.
How to Get Sh*t Done: Why Women Need to Stop Doing Everything So They Can Achieve Anything (Audible Audio Edition): Erin Falconer, Lauren Fortgang, Audible Studios: Books
The Career Coach and Mom in me loves this book. Aren’t we all overwhelmed with to-do’s and guilt? Check out this book, who doesn’t want to open a book with this title, and dig into this book that will stop the Mom-brain on the hamster wheel. Any book that helps you focus is #1 in my book!
The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career You Love Without Becoming a Person You Hate
Fran isn’t a powerhouse bosstress and a fantastic writer. She isn’t writing fluff, there are examples of what works and what doesn’t. The title doesn’t do this book justice. Run off get it
Exactly What to Say: The Magic Words for Influence and Impact (Audible Audio Edition): Phil M. Jones, ListenUp Audiobooks: Books
My swears tend to be tactical and tangible. Phil Jones gives you examples of quick marketing for emails, meeting and social media to convert prospects to clients. It’s great for all solo-preneurs looking to enhance their business.
Choose Wonder Over Worry: Move Beyond Fear and Doubt to Unlock Your Full Potential: Amber Rae: 9781250175250: Books
Amber Rae helps break down why you should let some things go (worry) and look forward and up (wonder). In today’s busy society it’s nice to have an author take a softer approach to career, life and relationships.
Danielle LaPorte Fire Starter sessions
I love a good juicy workbook and Danielle Laporte lays out a progression of questions to move the needle in developing your true self.
Fun Facts about me// + I’m 6’1 which is awesome for volleyball but not great on airplane seats! + My girlfriends live all over the country and span for 20 - 50 years old. I have always had a circle that I call, text or meet up with from all areas of my life. (college, SF, nyc, mom-hood, work projects) + Summer is my favorite season. I’ll travel on long weekends all year to find sun. + I waited until I was 36 to have my first baby, 38 when I had my 2nd daughter and it was the perfect timing for us. + My love of east coast beaches and west coast lifestyle knows no boundaries