Books for the long weekend ahead

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Hello <<First Name>>,

I often get asked if I know a good book.

This question causes my mind to go into overdrive! Because... where do I possibly start?! There are too many that are more than just 'good'! 

To make reference easier, I started listing some of these books in our Reading Nook on the CoachMe website and included recommended books from some of our CoachMe-featured coaches too. 

If you're looking for a great non-fiction book, why not head over there and browse or buy? Full disclosure, some of the links in this email are affiliated links. 
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Here are some of my personal favourites from the CoachMe Reading Nook
I first came across this book a few years ago during leadership training in my corporate role, and I absolutely loved and identified with the idea that every person, every leader, can be a Multiplier by following certain disciplines.
A Multiplier is someone who walks "...into a room, light bulbs go off over peopleโ€™s heads; ideas flow and problems get solved. These are the leaders who inspire employees to stretch themselves to deliver results that surpass expectations."
And the best part: "These five disciplines are not based on innate talent; indeed, they are skills and practices that everyone can learn to use."
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This is a small but mighty book about making tiny steps towards lasting change. A few years ago, my coach introduced me to this principle when I was overwhelmed. I organized my move and visa to Canada, wrapped up and handed over my corporate role that I loved, dealt with lots of unknowns, and made the difficult decision to relieve my old rescue cat of its sufferings. It was an intense time. Yet, this book and it's contents brought me confidence, helped me to better embrace change, brought clarity, and put me back in the driver's seat.
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My former manager introduced me to Simon Sinek. I have devoured Simon's TED talks and videos since then too. 

"Start with Why" is a must read for everyone who works with people. So, basically everyone ;) If you'd like to be more successful, more innovative, have loyal and thriving relationships at work and at home, then you have to start with why.

 
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"The path to personal and professional fulfillment is rarely straight... Emotional agility is a revolutionary, science-based approach that allows us to navigate lifeโ€™s twists and turns with self-acceptance, clear-sightedness, and an open mind."

Life is rarely straightforward and easy. This book has helped me be more self-compassionate, and to build up my resilience levels. 
 
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If you'd like to share your reading insights or discuss a particular book, why not do so with like minded people in our CoachMe Community Facebook Group?

We launched the group about 2.5 weeks ago and already have 70 members - all looking to thrive through coaching.
We hold each other accountable to achieve goals, share tips and resources, support each other, and are looking forward to exclusive announcements and giveaways. If you're interested too, please join us. 
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Stay curious!
Nadine