This list was posted inside of a construction trailer and I found it inspiring, I hope you do too!
Paul Chappell is one of my favorite authors, and Living Beyond Your Capacity was motivating, convicting, and inspirational for me. I encourage you to purchase and read the entire book, it is full of sound wisdom.
Here are two of my favorite quotes from the summary. "You have enough time to do everything in God's will for your life." "If you do not have enough time to accomplish everything then maybe you are doing too much or watching too much television."
You will like this book if you have an interest in basketball, coaching, John Wooden, or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Kareem tells a wonderful story with many good insights.
Bluefishing exceeded my expectations. Steve Sims makes many key points covering topics of passion, relationships, career advice, learning, failure, creating experiences for people and customers, brand building, and more.
The author's stated goal of this book is to introduce you to a lifestyle of owning less, without letting you lose sight of the purpose for it. Mainly, finding the freedom to pursue the things that matter most to you.
This is my first reading of a Seth Godin book, enjoyed in very much. It has insights on a variety of topics. His thoughts on the decision between better and safer was a significant ah-ha moment for me. Understanding that most people are looking for safer and not better is an important mental model I have incorporated into my thinking.
What if your dreams aren't happening because you are not being bold enough to ask?
The goal of this book is to reaffirm the power of extravagant love and excessive grace in your life and in the world.
Essentialism had a profound effect on my mindset and way of life. One of the top 5 books I've read in the past several years and I've recommended it to multiple friends. It contains a lot of information to digest and apply, I plan to read Essentialism again next year it was so good.