Reading List

You probably like reading as much as I do and always have done. This is my original reading list, sharing how I started my development journey.

Leading others starts with leading ourselves. Inspiration to get you started:

Don’t sweat the small stuff – and it’s all Small Stuff, Richard Carlson (super short little stories to put all your worries and issues into perspective – read one a night, whichever one draws your attention)

Wherever you go, there you are – mindfulness meditation in everyday life, Jon Kabat-Zinn (a bit deeper, great intro to meditation or mindfulness in your everyday life, have a go!)

The Daily Teachings of the Secret, Rhonda Byrne (… and to give a hint: it’s not a secret anymore: the Law of Attraction. Inspiration to get your good thoughts to the front, and leave behind all your focus on what you don’t have and don’t want. A daily companion to the original The Secret book). A bit of a warning: all the successful people in the interviews have taken massive action – so read/watch to get inspired, and then take action yourself to make it happen.

Ancient Wisdom for modern health, Mark Bunn (you’ll love it, it’s “what your grandma knew” but applicable to you, step by step – who wouldn’t wanna be 90 and happy and content?)

Awakening the giant within, Tony Robbins (the part about Pain vs Pleasure is fascinating: how they are the simple motivators for all we do – or don’t do. Some powerful exercises to do for yourself to create change NOW), any online bookstore.

Hvem har flyttet min ost, Spencer Johnson (for you English speaking: who moved my cheese? It’s a marvellous story about cheese, mice and men, and how we humans deal – or not – with change, and how we tend to overthink things)

Ryd op i dit rod, Karen Kingston (Clear your clutter. When you create simplicity around you, it’s easier to find within – at the same time it’s an inspiring introduction to feng shui)

…. and whatever inspires YOU to take action. ENJOY!