Shelfie is the new selfie. We’re just trying to keep it real and read more instead of sharing too many selfie highlight reels. It’s as simple as that for now. Below are a few books we’re reading and ones we’ve recently read. Connect with us on Instagram by using #ShelfieClub.

Want to know what my podcast guests like Tony Robbins, Mark Cuban, Arianna Huffington & others are reading? Go here, click on their photo & scroll down. I’ve listed & linked there.

  • Shoe Dog by Phil Knight (I’m late to the game reading this one but glad I’m finally digging in. It’s good.)
  • Option B by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant (Just starting this one. I’m a fan of both these authors. And Adam has been on the Why Not Now? podcast.)
  • Essentialism by Greg McKeown (Tangible, tactical, life-changing concept. Loved it. Reading it again now.)
  • Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer (Was recommended to me several times. One of the best books I’ve read in a long time.)
  • Ask More by Frank Sesno (The power of questions to open doors. Started this to become a better podcast interviewer and quickly realized it’s for all areas of life.)
  • The One Thing by Gary Keller (Quick read. 1/2 way through now, pretty good for those of us who suffer from Shiny Object Syndrome)
  • Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance (Memoir. Lends insight on the Rust Belt in America. Timely and valuable POV.)
  • Opening Belle by Maureen Sherry (Absolutely LOVED this. Based on true story. Badass Maureen was on my podcast. Her book is becoming a movie made by Reese Witherspoon.)
  • Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday (So good! I needed this. Great ‘check yo self’ book. Audio version is thumbs up.)
  • Together is Better by Simon Sinek (For all ages. Great gift. Short and sweet. Packed with gems.)
  • Settle For More by Megyn Kelly (Megyn is real, raw and vulnerable which makes her powerful. She does a solid job of transcending biases while shedding light on her “Year of Trump”)
  • Originals by Adam Grant (When you’re needing some creative inspiration for business.)
  • On Writing by Stephen King (Loved this and I’m not a typical S. King fan. He’s quite funny.)
  • Benjamin Franklin: An American Life by Walter Isaacson (I dabble in this thanks to Tim Ferriss raving about the read. Interesting POV from Benny.)
  • When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (Quick & emotional. Great holiday read.)
  • The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
  • The Cyber Effect by Mary Aiken, PhD (CSI: Cyber was created from Mary’s story. Good for parents who wonder how tech is impacting kids.)
  • Law of Attraction by Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks (Staple! Oldie but goodie. I look past some of the fluff.)
  • Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
  • Me Before You & Me After You by Jojo Moyes (Quick relaxing fiction. Took me awhile to get into this one but then hooked. Movie was great too. I liked the Me Before You better than Me After You book.)
  • Girl on the Train by Paula Hawki (A curl up on the sofa or read during a rainy weekend book. Page-turner. Movie is out too.)
  • My Life On The Road by Gloria Steinem (Inspiring and eye-opening to Gloria’s journey.)
  • Bird by bird by Anne Lamott (So good for writers.)
And if you’re in a Renegade mood, there’s always this read (wink). (Reviews here.)
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