“Doing Less and Having More: Five Easy Steps for Discovering What You Want and Getting It” by Marcia Wieder
“Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination” by Hugh MacLeod
“Finding Your Voice” by Les Edgerton
“Get a Life, Not a Job” by Paula Caligiuri
“How to Make Your Entrepreneurial Dreams Come True” by Donny Deutsch
“I’d Rather Be in Charge” by Charlotte Beers. She helps female executives to more highly evolved narratives of their lives.
“Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor E. Frankl
“Refuse to Choose!” by Barbara Sher. She introduces the idea of “scanners,” people who have lots of ideas and intense curiosity on many topics and what scanners can do with those ideas, and she offers assurance that it’s not necessary to do something with all of the ideas.
“Secrets of Power Salary Negotiating” by Roger Dawson.
“Stop Saying You’re Fine,” by Mel Robbins
“The Artist’s Way” by Julie Cameron. An international best seller, for those ready to commit to daily steps toward unleashing creativity.
“The Ask” by Laura Fredricks
“The New Elevator Pitch” by Chris Westfall
“The Power of Story” by Jim Loehr
“The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferris. This one could be life-changing for anyone with an entrepreneurial spirit.
“The 9-to5 Cure” by Kristin Cardinale. She introduces the concept of “patchworkers.”
“The $100 Startup” by Gil Guillebeau. Last but not at all least!
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it: Read any book on the list above and implement at least three of the recommended actions.