Have you read a book recently that had an impact on you, your life or the way you think? Let us know and check out some great responses from the community below.

Brittany Dong | Mama Motivator and Entrepreneur

The pandemic was a blessing in disguise for many people, including myself. It’s like all the time that we tend to say “we don’t have”, was thrown directly in our lap. For me, it allowed the opportunity for me to face some not so pretty things about myself. I decided to seek out a therapist and was recommended the book, “Daring Greatly” by Brene’ Brown, during our session. I haven’t read a book in its entirety since high school, so the fact that I actually completed ‘Daring Greatly’ from start to finish should tell you that it was more than amazing. Read more>>

2BeezyBeats | Producer | The Qymists

The Four Agreements! That book is pivotal, in my opinion, for people to gain a better understanding of life and relationships, and also accountability. It’s so hard to get out of your own head sometimes, that you don’t really see life for what it is every day. You don’t understand other people’s plights, and sometimes not your own, and the actions you are taking to reach the goals you want. This changed my whole mindset of thinking, honestly. And my music business thrived with these changes. Although the content is essentially elementary, the way that it is conveyed can provoke thought and change in just about anybody. I highly suggest that EVERYONE, no matter what age, read this. Read more>>

Reya | Content Creator & Entrepreneur

A book that was monumental in my life is “Think and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon Hill. I read this book earlier this year and have read it twice more since May. This book impacted my mindset, it shaped my belief system and encouraged self confidence. Hill breaks down thirteen principles for developing a state of mind that will attract wealth and success. I have always been a self-help book worm but the steps provided in this book is namely responsible for who I am today and how I view and attract my success. Read more>>

Mika Ortiz | Singer & Business Owner

How about I tell you two that come to mind; “Outwitting The Devil” Napoleon Hill & “No Excuses” Brian Tracy. “Outwitting The Devil” Gave me a different insight on the things that hold a lot of us back from success. If it were easy everyone would be doing it. If you can’t control Temptation,Your not loyal. Being Tempted is a sign of weakness & If your weak at that, your really not as successful. “ No excuses” is just that, none whatsoever, only solutions. Your first question should always be how can I resolve challenges I’m faced with or how can I make the best of any situation I’m in. There’s many more book I love we’ll be here all day I love to read. Read more>>

Tina C. Hines | Life Transformation Specialist, Intuitive Clairvoyant, Medium & Empath

One of my favorite books (and one that is a prequisite when working with me) is The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz. I read this book as I was coming out of a bout with clinical depression. While it speaks of the relationships we have with others (romantic or otherwise), I read it from the perspective of self-love. When you are dealing with depression, many fears and assumptions come to the surface that challenge what you know or believe to be true about yourself. Read more>>