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Kaley’s Favorite Books

Aspirations of Greatness

By Jim Warner.
Good guide for transition. Parts II and III have great Descriptions of the shadow.

Start Here

By Nate Klemp.
The tools and practices to lessen stress and enhance wellbeing. 

The Big Leap

By Gay Hendricks.
How to live in your zone of genius.

Difficult Conversations

By Douglas Stone.
Best book on how to approach conflict and challenging conversations.

The Four Agreements

By Don Miguel Ruiz.
Beautiful, simple writing on ways to live.

Profit from the Positive

By Greenberg & Maymin
Powerful resource for how to use positive psychology in business settings.

Your Brain at Work

By David Rock
Neuroscience and tools to support increased presence and focus at work.

Getting Things Done

By David Allen.
Excellent for organizations and productivity.

Loving What Is

By Byron Katie.
How to relieve the suffering caused by believing in thoughts.

Braving the Wilderness 

By Brene Brown
Guidelines for creating safe relationships and true belonging.

Man's Search for Meaning

By Victor Frankl.
Inspirational story about a Holocaust survivor who truly understands happiness and meaning.


By Stuart Brown.
Great resource on the importance of play in learning and creativity.

The Power of Full Engagement

By Jim Loehr.
How to live using energy rather than time as your most important resource.

The Power of Ted

By David Emerald.
How to get out of the Drama Triangle and into a Creator perspective.

The Prophet

By Kahlil Gibran.
Short stories/poems with wisdom about various topics.

Radical Change, Radical Results

By Kate Ludeman and Eddie Erlandson.
Terrific for corporate authenticity.

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

By John Gottman
My Favorite marriage book.

Three Big Questions

By Dave Philips.
Practical guide for outlining life’s purpose.

The Wisdom of the Enneagram

By Russ Hudson and Don Riso.
For understanding personality and the ways you both thrive and get yourself in "trouble.”

Emotional Intelligence 2.0

By Bradberry & Greaves.
Practical tips for enhancing EQ. 

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