Playing Big by Tara Mohr
Currently reading this gem of a book. I highly recommend it to every woman who has ever doubted herself. Are you familiar with the voice in your head that tells you the many ways that you are not good-enough? This is the book for you! It is filled with practical exercises that will most certainly move you away from the critical voice and step in to your most authentic, powerful, and impactful self.
A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger
Did you know that between the ages of 2-5 a kiddo will ask approximately 40,000 questions?! If you are a parent or teacher you do! After the age of 5, our proclivity for questioning significantly decreases. Somewhere between our cognitive development and socialization at school, home, and work, we stop asking questions. The problem with that, however, is we are still searching for answers! A more beautiful question is a book that liberates our curiosity and gives permission to wonderment, self-actualization, and social change.
A Fearless Heart by Thupten Jingpa
Thupten Jinpa, the long time translator of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and eminent scholar in the in the field of compassion, gifts of some of the most advance teaching on compassion in the modern world. A Fearless Heart is a roadmap that helps learn to navigate the tumult of everyday life with empathy, altruism, and compassion.
Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything by Geneen Roth
I Love Dick written and directed by Jill Soloway and Sarah Gubbins (based on the book, I Love Dick by Chris Kraus) is a a new series on Amazon that is unlike anything else available for your viewing pleasure. I Love Dick is a cerebral, boundary pushing comedy-drama, that turns the female gaze upside its head. It is about a woman discovering who she really is, a celebration of female artists, and the unabashed declaration of female desire.
On Being with Krista Tippett hits all the right notes. This podcast examines what it means to be human and what are the many ways we live our lives.
If you have not read Rising Strong by Brene Brown (or any of her other books for that matter), what are you waiting for?!. Run, don’t walk to get your hands on one of her several books and/or recordings. I recently listened to this gem of a recording that offers practical advice on navigating your daily relationships, whether they be your relationship to your self, your loved ones, colleagues, or the greater society – you don’t want to miss out!