Books worth reading

I’m always happy to talk about great books (and movies) and to hear what other people are doing, since I’m usually available for recommendations. But I’m also often asked about what I am reading and watching – either because people want to learn more about certain topics or they read my blog and then got curious.

Therefore I have added books worth reading to this bookshelf. All of these books learned me something meaningful or helped me change my perspective on things at some point in my life. I hope you find something that catches your interest and that you enjoy the books as much as I did!

My bookshelf

Why women don’t ask

The seven habits of highly effective people – by Stephen Covey

Educated –
by Tara Westover

educated by tara westover
Head over to my book review for my thoughts on Educated.

Tell Me Who I Am –
by Alex and Marcus Lewis

Read my thoughts about this story in Building a life losing all your memories

by Studs Terkel

Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel ...

The Gig Economy –
by Diane Mulcahy

Man’s Search For Meaning
by Victor Frankl

Nonviolent communication – 
by Marshall P. Rosenberg

How to be Miserable, 40 strategies you already use
by Randy Paterson

The Seat of the Soul
by Gary Zukav

This is Marketing –
by Seth Godin

On Reading –
by Steve McCurry

Seeing ourselves: Women’s self-portraits
by Frances Borzello

Talking on Water
by Jonathan White

The Art of Intuition
by Sophy Burnham

Bad Blood –
by John Carreyrou

Head over to this book review to Read my thoughts about this story.

Currently in my bag

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