Anne H Janzer$14.99
There isn't one correct way to write, but there are ways that you can make the process work well for you. Understanding them can be both validating and freeing.
Manoush Zomorodi$18.00 $16.56
When's the last time you gave yourself permission to be bored? Boredom and creativity go hand-in-hand.
Celeste Headlee$25.00 $23.00
If you're feeling driven by your to-do lists and always deferring more meaningful moments, you may need to read this book.
Brené Brown$25.00 $23.00
This book has been out for a while, but I only got around to it recently, at what turned out to be the perfect moment: while I was revising the manuscript for my latest book. It's full of calming, anchoring wisdom.
Meredith Fineman$27.00 $24.84
This one is for the person in your life who is not willing to toot their own horn—perhaps you?
Anne Janzer$16.98 $15.62
This is a classic; give it to anyone who wants to step into a thought leadership role in their industry
Although framed for a business audience, this book is chock full of lessons for anyone who wants to start something bigger than themselves.
Roger D. Aines and Amy L. Aines$29.95
If there’s a scientist in your life, they have the double burden of contributing to science and effectively championing it to the world at large. Make sure that they have this book at hand.
Brooke Warner$16.95 $15.59
Brooke Warner's book is particularly valuable for women who want to write a memoir
The Someday (is not a day in the week) Journal: A daily journal to help you build the life you want today
If you know someone who has been putting off an important, life-changing project, send them to this lovely and inspiring book.
Mary Pipher$17.00 $15.64
From the author of Reviving Ophelia, this book has a journalistic slant, and would be great for the potential writer/activists in your life.