Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven

Admiral William H. McRaven shares the ten lessons he learned during his Navy Seal training that helped him through his military service. His anecdotes will humble you, encourage you, and help you overcome the inevitable obstacles in your own life with strength and optimism.

The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

As a leading expert on shame, authenticity, and belonging, Breneé Brown breaks down her tips into 10 parts. Crack it open for her to speak to your mind, comfort your heart, and nurture your spirit.

Love Does by Bob Goff

Bob Goff lives in a fairytale world right here on earth. The way he decorates his life with love and whimsy will leave you breathless, reminding you to pour your heart into the important things in life. Everyone we know who has read this has been changed for the better.

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

This book doesn’t just tell you what to do to form a new habit, but it also tells stories of people who’ve quit smoking, lost weight, achieved success — simply by exercising a choice that everyone already has within them. You’ll have no choice but to exercise your highest potential with the things you learn from Charles Duhigg.

Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed

Life can be difficult, messy, and sometimes really confusing. This best-selling collection of advice columns will have two main effects: it’ll make you feel less alone and more understood, and it’ll open your eyes to a deeper, richer engagement with life, human nature, and your own unstoppable resilience. Plus, Cheryl is wildly funny and wicked cool.

Small Things With Great Love by Margot Starbuck

One day, you’ll realize that the best, most important things in life are actually the little things. Whether you’re waiting in line for your coffee or chatting with someone in an elevator, every day moments always have the potential to take you on a new adventure. This book will remind you that the invite’s always there — it’s just up to you to say yes.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson

Motivational posters and yellow happy faces work for some, but not for everybody. For those who think positive thinking can be trite and prefer a more raw way of looking at the world, Mark Manson’s humorous and relatable writing will be a breath of fresh air.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

The popular idea of minimalism is sometimes misguided. It’s not about getting rid of everything, it’s about keeping only the things that “spark joy.” The KonMari method guides you through decluttering your environment, little by little. Try it out and see your mind and spirit start to feel just as calm as your room.

Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith

Break all the rules with this journal. Artist Keri Smith helps you cast off all pressures of normalcy and perfection. As you paint, poke, deface, and create, you’ll become much less fearful of, and way more curious to get to know the true creative you are.

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Is there something you’ve always wanted to do, but felt some sort of resistance? Steven Pressfield helps you understand and overcome that resistance so that you can finally write that book, paint that mural, start that business, and be the person you’re meant to be. Being a creative is not just about going buck wild on a blank canvas; it’s about being the master of your creative energy.

The 10x Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone

A kick-in-your-face shot of inspiration to achieve 10x the usual results. "If you aren't creating enough new problems for yourself, then you aren't taking enough action".

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