Once, during a “restful” vacation in which I read five non-fiction/personal development books, my brother nicknamed me Jenny Highlighter Hands. What can I say? I love books (the paper kind!) and have read over 200 business and self-help books on every topic under the sun – it’s my favorite way to learn, grow and cope with whatever life throws my way. Below is just a sampling of the most powerful books; follow all of my reviews on Good Reads.

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Written by Marisol Dahl Imagine having all the world’s experts at your fingertips. You’d not only have a wealth of information—you could use that information to make better, faster, easier decisions. Now, I’m not talking about the Google search engine or even Wikipedia. Google can’t tell you which car to buy to meet the individual needs of […]

Written By Davis Nguyen My mentor Keith Ferrazzi taught me that the quality of my life is equal to the quality of my relationships. In every domain of my life I found this to be true—from having a workout buddy who pushes me to go for the extra rep every morning to having a group of […]

Written by Paul Angone If your twenties have gone nothing like you planned – you’re not alone. Career doubts. Crushed dreams. Relationship debacles. Faith struggles. And flat out groan up awkwardness. In my twenties I experienced them all and felt like such a failure. After college I was working a comfortable job, yet I couldn’t shake this […]

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Written by Jenny Blake Greetings from Ubud, Bali, where I’m living for the month of January . . . sadly for just a few more days! For the logistics of planning a trip here, check out The Nuts and Bolts of Living in Bali for a Month. I knew I felt like an iPhone on red battery when I […]

Written by Marisol Dahl Did you know that over 70% of people have felt like a fraud at some point in their professional life? Impostor syndrome is much more common than you think, and it is especially common in high-achievers. This phenomenon occurs when a person is convinced she is a fraud, a fake, able to […]

Written by Jenny Blake If you haven’t yet heard from my post at, we got a book deal! This post will catch you up on all the highlights: recent announcements, piv0t-related resources, book deal behind-the-scenes, and a NaNoBlogMo group that I’m hosting in Novemeber. Let’s dig in!  About the Book The Pivot Method will be published in […]

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