What We’re Reading Right NowRaise your hand if you love a good read? Today on The FORM, we’re sharing the eight books that you need to queue up on your Kindle. From the books we absolutely loved last year to the books we can’t wait to settle into this year, keep reading (see what we did there?) to see what’s on our ‘bestseller’ list for 2020.
Never Split the Difference
Chris VossWritten by an ex-FBI negotiator, the entire book runs you through negotiating tactics to use in your life and business. Each chapter tells a story that lays out a unique skill, then teaches you how to perform that skill in everyday life. An amazing book for business and relationships and at the top of our 2020 list.
The War of Art
Steven PressfieldHands down a KF favorite. Are you a creative that owns a business? Grab this book. The primary theme? Don’t let resistance win. This one is a must-read if you haven’t already.
Call Me by Your Name
Andre AcimenThe story centers on a growing romantic relationship between a precocious and curious 17-year-old American-Italian Jewish boy named Elio and a visiting 24-year-old American Jewish scholar named Oliver in the 1980s. The book chronicles their summer romance and the 20 years that follow. It’s an incredible story about the pureness of falling in love and every time we read it we find a deeper and different meaning.
A biographical book about the woman behind the renowned champagne empire. What you think is a fun read, turns into a business book in which you learn the true story - both the trials and tribulations - of the woman who kept the brand afloat.
A New Earth
Eckhart TolleWith more than 5 million copies sold, this self-improvement book “encourages its readers to live their lives in each present moment and to create happiness for themselves without emphasizing material possessions” (according to Wikipedia). One of Oprah’s picks - the book offers a new perspective on the way we can and should approach each day.
Dear Female Founder
Lu LiAs a female-founded brand, this one speaks to us. Each chapter is a love letter to the reader with advice, experiences, what not to do and what to do when running a business as a female founder. It’s a great “we’re in this together” read that is sure to leave you inspired.
Gino WickmanWhether you’re thinking about taking the proverbial leap, or are a few years in - this book serves as a guidepost on how to successfully run a business of any size.
One of the most popular books ever written - and because we saw it on a must-read list put together by the most successful women in the world, Jane Eyre had to make our list too. It’s a classic for a reason!
Tell us, what books are you reading this year? Leave a comment below!