3 Books I Loved and Recommend!
I read some great books in 2016 but these 3 really stood out for me and I highly recommend!
I absolutely loved reading this book, I didn’t want to put it down and I certainly didn’t want it to end. What I know for sure is this book is such an easy read and great for mindset, jam packed with encouraging words, real inspiration and positivity. Each chapter has a powerful message and really gets you thinking, reflecting and most importantly gives you the reminder of the importance of always being your true self. I’m sure I will read this book again.
This book gives you a real account of what your life can be as a Freedomprenuer, the steps necessary to start and grow a business allowing you to live life on your terms. The steps in this book will not only get you started but will help you as you grow. From experience of working in the corporate world for 15 years and having escaped it I highly recommend you read this book. What is also great about this book is Amanda doesn’t sugar coat, she is a true reflection of her teachings not only does she share the steps to her own success but also the mistakes she made along the way. To be a Freedomprenuer is a life style choice, read the book if you are ready for change.
Another fantastic book outlining the highs and lows of entrepreneurial life, enjoying successes and the teachings from big mistakes. The book is 500 pages long and I love the look into behind the scenes of where it all started from editing the student magazine to where he is now. Whether you are in business or not Richard’s determination and enthusiasm will give you inspiration to do something that you’ve always wanted to do, he really does have a real zest for living life to the fullest.
If you are looking for inspirational books for both business and life I recommend you give these 3 a go. I’m late for the party with these ones but next books up for me are Get Rich Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield Thomas and From Good to Amazing: No Bullshit Tips for The Life You Always Wanted by Micheal Serwa.
I’d love to know which books you would recommend too?