Yesterday in my morning routine, I told you I read inspirational books every morning. Last year, at the time when I needed motivation the most, I read a chapter in 2 different books, 1 autobiography and 1 thought book:
- The Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert
- The Things you can see when you slow down, by Haemin Sunim
Autobiographies allow us to understand a person’s journey, how he or she has navigated through the ups and downs of life. They show us that life is not always a long, calm river and that behind every hard time lies a reward, a period of success. These stories give us another perspective and balm to our hearts.
There are plenty of books which I can recommend for this period:
- “Breaking the habit of being yourself” and “Becoming supranatural”, Dr Joe Dispenza
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck, Mark Manson
- Harnessing the infinite Power of Coïncidence, Deepak Chopra
- The power of Meaning, Crafting a life that Matters, Emily Esfahani Smith
- Daring Greatly, Brené Brown
On the screens I recommend looking at Gaia and chef’s table on Netflix, how great chef’s have achieved success after having experienced great periods of doubt.
I wish you a day full of good information. See you soon.