A new month is upon us! November showed up out of nowhere and I did not have a book “on deck” to read. I decide to browse my personal home library for books I bought long ago but haven’t read yet (do you have any of those?!).
Anyways, I came across this gem:
The Little Book of Confidence
By: Susan Jeffers, Ph.D
I can’t remember when I bought the book but it’s been on my shelf for at least 5 years. I think I purchased it after reading: “Feel the fear and do it anyway” by the same author.
The Little Book of Confidence has tons of awesome inspirational tips and strategies on how to be more confident – not only with ourselves but in our business and in life in general!
I am loving it so far.
I am not done yet but is really “little” and a very short read (about 159). The size is about 1/4 of a regular paperback. So, picture that ;).
I am sure I’ll be picking up another book for this month after I finish this one. Any recommendations? Drop them in the comments.
Have a great day 🙂
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4 thoughts on “What I am Reading: November 2019”
I need a copy of this!
It is really good and super fast read! I finished it this morning :).
I’m re-reading “The Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino. I read it many years ago and found it again while cleaning out our storage. Don’t have anything to sell but the principles are good. And I hope to read “Becoming” after this. My husband bought it for me and I keep “saving” it to read when I’m really relaxed. Oh well.
I am not familiar with those books but both sound amazing. I’ll add them to my list of books to look into. I love coming across new ideas :). Thank you!