What’s on your reading list?

I find myself frequently recommending books both to support the coaching I do and when people email asking for ideas.  My bookshelf is overflowing  (the only hardcopy books I still buy) .  I thought I’d share the ones that I find have staying power.  This is hardly an exhaustive list–  just some highlights.

And one article that continues to resonate each time I read it, What’s Wrong With Me, Megan O’Rourke, The New Yorker.

 What would you add to this list?

 

 

 

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