SisterUp Reads

We are a little book obsessed over here. We love learning and gulping down new information. Our dad was a teacher and our mom was always looking for the newest information on alternative health, so we grew up with the foundation that continuing your education and knowledge is essential to your growth in life.

With that said, we’ve read a lot of great books over the years but for today’s post we thought we would share some of our favorites for those just starting out in business (although they can help anyone, no matter the stage). Click on the pink links below to read more about each one.

Stand Out (Marcus Buckingham) 

This is a great read for those wanting to really understand their inherent strengths. Buy it new though as it comes with an assessment test to guide you through building on your own strengths!

Living Forward (Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy)

In order to achieve our dreams in life we have to know where we are going. This book gives you the steps needed to identify your goal and then take the steps to achieve it. It’s a proven plan to stop drifting and get the life you want.

The Universe Has Your Back (Gabrielle Bernstein)

We love Gabby’s writings and this is no exception. We all deal with fears in life, and many times those fears hold us back from going after our dreams. Gabby shows us how to transform our fear into faith in order to live a fully thriving life.

Start. (Jon Acuff)

We’ve all been stuck in life. Stuck in life, career, relationships. Start reveals the steps to getting unstuck and back onto the path of being awesome. Also, this book says AWESOME a lot which is one of our favorite words… so that’s awesome.

 Tribes (Seth Godin)

You may know Seth from his wildly popular book, Purple Cow. He has written 18 books (yes 18) and Tribes is one of our favorites. From his Ted Talk: Tribes explains how the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so.

Find Your Extraordinary (Jessica DeLullo Herrin)

CEO and founder of Stella Dot writes this beautiful book about having what matters most to you. She gives you the tools needed to find your extraordinary, no matter if it’s in family, life or career.

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (Robert M. Persig)

Although this book has been around since the 1970’s we’ve just begun to re-read this timeless piece. It is a beautiful piece on how we live and how we can live better.

The Confidence Code (Katty Kay and Claire Shipman)

This is the second book from these authors, their first being the NYTimes bestseller, Womenomics. In The Confidence Code, journalists Shipman and Kay look at neuroscience and its role in confidence—and learning how to achieve it—for women of all ages and at all stages of their career.














Do you have any Favorite Reads? Let us know in the comments below!


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