This is completely selfish, but I am posting my 2018 goal reading list not only so I can stay organized, but also accountable.

My list is not yet full, so feel free to leave your favorite personal development book suggestions!

2017 Favorites:

You are a Badass – Jen Sincero The Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod The Crossroads Between Should and Must – Elle Luna

2018 Books

(Date completed added when finished)

  1. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey
  2. Ask – Ryan Levesque
  3. The Spark, the Flame, and the Torch – Lance Secretan
  4. Permission to Leap – Bri Seeley – completed 1/4/18
    I liked this book from Bri and it really got me thinking about eliminating my excuses and really going through with my dreams and to start making leaps. As I was reading this book, I started to get ideas about the next steps of what I want to do. I realized that I want to start doing work and networking in order to build up a motivational convention in Milwaukee. That is officially the first time I let that idea leave my head. Time to go to work and leap!
  5. Relentless: From Good to Great – Tim S. Grover
  6. Talk Like TED – Carmine Gallo
  7. How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
  8. Mindset – Benjamin Smith
  9. Unstoppable – Dave Anderson
  10. The Power of Positive Leadership – Jon Gordon
  11. Start With Why – Simon Sinek
  12. Rework – Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson
  13. Flow – Mihaly Csikszentmihaly
  14. You are a Badass at Making Money – Jen Sincero
  15. Big Magic – Elizabeth Gilbert
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Personal development books are taking the world by storm. Push yourself to read as many as you can in 2018

About Kristin
Kristin is the founder of Milwaukee Millennial. She works full time at a college business organization mentoring future CEOs while also handling the entire organization’s marketing. Using the knowledge gained from her job, as well as love for social media, she wants to help you live your best life and never settle. Her motto: as soon as you are unhappy, it’s time for a change.

About Kristin
Kristin is the founder of Milwaukee Millennial. She works full time at a college business organization mentoring future CEOs while also handling the entire organization’s marketing. Using the knowledge gained from her job, as well as love for social media, she wants to help you live your best life and never settle. Her motto: as soon as you are unhappy, it’s time for a change.

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