Books that will inspire you.

Pick up a great read to enrich yourself and your business.

WELLth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Resume / Jason Wachob

WELLth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Resume / Jason Wachob

Founder of the Mind Body Green media wellness brand, Wachob thoughtfully lines out what is paramount to creating a fulfilling life ¬– by adding to your ‘wellth account.’ Through a candid discussion of his life events, Jason punctuates how we can achieve this state in: how we eat, move, work, breathe, connect, love, heal and be thankful. Advice from experts in psychology, yoga, meditation and environment are included.

The 52 Lists Project: A Year of Weekly Journaling Inspiration /  Moorea Seal

The 52 Lists Project: A Year of Weekly Journaling Inspiration / Moorea Seal

This beautifully designed journal helps us reflect on what is really important to us, rather than creating a long list of daily to dos.

The Blue Zones Solution / Dan Buettner

The Blue Zones Solution / Dan Buettner

As a journalist and National Geographic Fellow, Dan Buettner devotes his career to investigating extraordinary places around the globe where people live long and healthy lives. The Blue Zones Solution explores cultures where individuals live to 100 years or more, enjoying good health and a life with meaning. Dan cites: 84% of all U.S. medical costs are explained by physical inactivity, food choices, portion size, tobacco and unmanaged stress. His dedication to changing this statistic is profound.

destressifying / davidji

destressifying / davidji

Dealing with stress, both known and unknown, impacts everyone — physically and mentally. An internationally-recognized stress management expert, corporate trainer and meditation teacher davidji offers an outstanding resource in destressifying. Filled with practical suggestions, this book is a breath of fresh air and brings hope to our hectic lives.

Healthy at 100 / John Robbins

Healthy at 100 / John Robbins

Healthy at 100 discusses the dramatic benefits to a plant-based diet through documented research — including a closer look at the world’s longest-living, healthy peoples. It also covers steps you can take with food, exercise, attitude and appreciation and offers insight backed by scientific knowledge. Endorsed by Dr. Dean Ornish and John Mackey.

How Full Is Your Bucket / Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton

How Full Is Your Bucket / Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton

The authors ask you to take stock of your “bucket.” It’s a great metaphor for our daily interactions which can add to or take away from the bucket’s contents. Many of us just want to surround ourselves with positivity – good situations, experiences and people. By doing that, we invite more fullness and a sense of renewed energy into our lives.

Integrative Wellness Rules / Dr. Jim Nicolai

Integrative Wellness Rules / Dr. Jim Nicolai

To learn more about “integrative wellness,” this book is a glimpse into Miraval’s practice for anyone who wants to jump start their wellness at home. It teaches you how to eat better, choose supplements that are best for you, manage stress more effectively, and get in touch with your spiritual side. It’s full of health tips for individuals who are super-busy.

Mindful Living / Miraval Resort & Spa

Mindful Living / Miraval Resort & Spa

Want to experience ZEN in one neat package? This beautifully-designed, photo-lush book takes a look at mindful living, and offers monthly tips to set yourself on the path to peace, wellness and healthful living.

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease / Caldwell B. Esselystyn

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease / Caldwell B. Esselystyn

Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. is a remarkable man who has shown thousands of people that coronary heart disease need not exist — and if it does, it need not progress. The book describes his initial study with advanced coronary artery disease at the Cleveland Clinic — and the amazing results. His wife, Ann, offers advice and recipes for new eating habits to last a lifetime.

Well Being – The Five Essential Elements / Tom Rath & Jim Harter

Well Being – The Five Essential Elements / Tom Rath & Jim Harter

Informative work about aspects of well-being — based on a comprehensive Gallup study of 150 countries and 98% of the world’s population. It describes aspects of our lives we can improve in the areas of career, social, financial physical and community well-being with great tools and resourcesl.