Books to Read in 2022

It's about that time of year. 2021 is coming to an end and we begin to set goals and intentions for the new year. One of my goals every year is to make more time for reading. I've accumulated a number of books to add to the top of your reading list for 2022. All of these non-fiction books are related to self-improvement, personal development, productivity, and overall growth of knowledge as a woman in business. So grab your Kindle, a nice cup of tea, and get to reading!

Books to Read in 2022

1. High Performance Habits by Brenden Burchard

This book changed my life. This is the type of book you could read over and over again and still feel like you only scratched the surface. There are so many actionable tools that Brendon provides that you can apply to your life right away. I highly recommend reading this book with a friend or two, and buying The High Performance Planner to go along with it to easily begin to track your performance and put the tools he provides into action.


2. Atomic Habits by James Clear

This book is not like High Performance Habits at all. James Clear helps you to build habits by teaching you about the science behind how your brain works. It's incredibly fascinating. If you want to create permanent change to change your life. This is the book to make that change.


3. Run to Win: Lessons in Leadership for Women Changing the World

I can' t wait to read this book in 2022. It's at the top of my list. As a woman with large aspirations and goals in business, sometimes you need a little bit of a pep talk to keep you going through the roller-coaster that is owning your own business. We all want to be better leaders and this book is a promise to help us do that.


4. Work Won't Love You Back: How Devotion to Our Jobs Keeps Us Exploited, Exhausted, and Alone

This book caught my eye to add to my list this coming year. As devoted we are to our work and continuing to grow and increase productivity, sometimes it's important to remember that work isn't everything. Hustle culture is dead, these days it's important to find a work-life balance. And I think this book is a reminder as to why. I can't wait to read it.


5. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking

As an introvert, I often find myself wishing I was an extrovert so bad. Social situations take so much out of me, and it feels like it comes so easy to others. I find myself wishing I was an extrovert all the time, I can't wait to read this book to get a better understanding and perspective of the power of introverts like myself.