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10 Feb 5 Book Tips: Inspirational Books to Help You Find Your Vision in Life
That with one's own search for meaning and life vision can be such a thing. When I started to deal with my vision a few years ago, it was one thing above all: frustrating.
I didn't know exactly what I actually want - let alone what I can and would like to contribute.
Although I had a strong need to find out for myself, I didn't even know where to start to discover my life's work.
Today I know that this inner resistance is a completely normal part of the process. So if you feel the same way: Let me assure you this is normal.
You have everything in you to find out.
And some things just take time. So even if it doesn't feel like it at the moment: You will find your way. Or better still: your way will find you. If you are open to it - and the fact that you are reading this is a great indicator of it.
In the search for my vision of life, I have above all else inspiring thought leaders helped. You have accompanied me on my way ever since. It's a great inspiration as well a gift to read and hear from others who live what I want.
That is why I have considered putting together good books on interesting topics as book recommendations for you on my blog in the “5 book tips” category.
Five favorite books on the subject of vision of life that inspire me in particular
I have summarized five book recommendations for you here, which have helped me in a very practical way in finding my vision:
1. "The Big Five for Life" by John Strelecky
"The Big Five for Life: What Really Matters in Life" by John Strelecky helps with orientation, what is really important to us in life. A modern classic that can change lives.
You can find out more about this in episode 84 in my interview with John Strelecky about life goals in the Female Leadership Podcast.
2. "You don't have to choose when you have a thousand dreams" by Barbara Sher
"You don't have to choose when you have a thousand dreams" by Barbara Sher is a wonderful book (in spite of the in my opinion not very successful cover) for women and men. With many practical exercises, it shows how you can promote your own versatility and accommodate it in everyday life.
You can find out more about this in episode # 11 "No more either-or careers" in the Female Leadership Podcast.
3. True Purpose by Tim Kelley
Tim Kelley is one of the international experts on the subject of meaning (often referred to as purpose). In this book he gives valuable insights and practical assistance for the search for your own purpose.
You can find out more about this topic in episode # 5 “How to find your dreams again” in the Female Leadership Podcast.
4. "Dignity: What makes us strong - as individuals and as a society" by Gerald Hüther
"Dignity: What makes us strong - as individuals and as a society" by Gerald Hüther - The well-known brain researcher explains the connections between being human and the development of the concept of dignity in a holistic and relevant and informative work. Reading value!
You can find out more about this in the Interview with the author Gerald Hüther in episode # 46 on brain research in the Female Leadership Podcast. I also go into episode # 19 “So far and no further” in the Female Leadership Podcast on the content of the book.
5. "The wise heart" by Jack Kornfield
“The wise heart” by Jack Kornfield is an in-depth work on psychology and principles of a fulfilled life. Jack Kornfield explains and connects the Western with the Far Eastern understanding of psychology. With wisdom and “loving kindness” he shows what makes a happy life.
You can find out more about this in episode # 9 "Power, Love and No Ego" in the Female Leadership Podcast.
Enjoy reading, listening, writing and exploring. The questions you ask yourself influence the answers you get. Step by step the clarity about your life vision will come.
All the best for this beautiful path ♥ ️ your Vera
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