What to Read and Why: Thank Us Later


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It does not matter if a book has just been released or has been on the shelves for a while; books are for your mind and soul, that is why a good book can never go out of style! If you are like any of us, we sometimes have to flip some pages to re-inspire and re-ignite our lives. From time to time we all in  need of some new perspective and motivation, that is why we are sharing with all of you our MUST READS! Visit lacasadimariella.com for more info


If You Have to Cry, Go Outside

by Kelly Cutrone- “Sometimes the hardest lesson to learn are the ones your soul needs the most.”

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Kelly Cutrone is known for her tough love and guidance. She is uniquely herself and thrives because of it; she evaluated herself, saw her own strengths and built on them. This book is perfect for anyone who is in a rut or looking for some wisdom.


Playing Big

 by Tara Mohr –“Playing big doesn’t come from working more, pushing harder, or finding confidence. It comes from listening to the most powerful and secure part of you, not the voice of self-doubt.”

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This book is a MUST READ daily or weekly in aiding clarity of thought, Tara shares the idea that we were “playing small,” in not only our careers but in our lives as well. Throughout this read we felt motivated and inspired to make change and truly be the best version of ourselves that we could be by “Playing Big.”


Turning Pro

by Steven Pressfield- “When we’re living as amateurs, we’re running away from our calling—meaning our work, our destiny, the obligation to become our truest and highest selves.”

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This is a perfect quick read www.sandiegobk.com, the kind of book that  is short, but you will want to keep on your shelf to re-visit. Although this book is not focused towards women as the other two are, we found the messages in this reading to be just as inspiring while serving as a great reminder on tips to be the best version of yourself in a workplace.

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