A while ago, I wrote a blog post about my top five non-fiction books. As an accompanying post to that, I wanted to write today about the top five fiction books that I have read personally.
In a recent blog post, I mentioned the benefits of getting up early. I wrote that post to encourage people to join the 5 a.m. club challenge that Life’s Kitchen had going on throughout the month of April. Now that this challenge has come to a close, for those of you who didn’t get a chance to experience the beauty and silence that awaits you at 5 a.m., here are some tips for how you can build a morning routine for yourself.
People are always shocked when I tell them that I am a holistic health coach who drinks diet soda. They usually believe that my preference for diet soda means that I’m not actually a health coach who knows what he’s talking about, but today I am going to put that one to rest and help you live healthier, more sustainable and holistic lives.
Robin Sharma authored the book 5 A.M. Club, and in it he discusses how “world-class performers” wake up at 5 a.m. While the book isn’t the most captivating of reads due to a plotline that is overly contrived, the message and the advice given within the book is superb. It helps people understand the value of waking up early
While it is still early in the new year, I want to compile this list of my top five non-fiction books that I suggest people try to tackle this year, or at the very list, add to their ‘to-read’ pile. These five books have been influential in my personal growth as an individual, my spiritual growth, my intellectual growth, and my career growth. I am hoping that these books also can do the same for you.