Sep 1st

3 Books I’m Recommending Now

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I hope you are enjoying the end of summer. My summer was really great – filled with travel, time with family, and time for some terrific books. Here are three that really got me thinking:

7 simple steps Sandella edge

Goodbye Hurt and Pain: 7 Simple Steps to Health, Love and Success by Dr. Deborah Sandella. Dr. Deb is a friend of mine and I was able to read an advance copy of her book. She’s the creator of the RIM Technique which is a simple and crazy powerful way to create change in your life. Deb’s worked with Jack Canfield for years and he’s written the forward to her book. The book officially comes out on Sept. 7th but you can order now on Amazon and get a free chapter here.



evolved enterprise edge

Evolved Enterprise: How to Re-think, Re-imagine & Re-invent Your Business to Deliver Meaningful Impact & Even Greater Profits by Yanik Silver. I’m half way through this book (I got distracted by the next book on the list which I read about in this book) and love the clarity of idea and the examples to illustrate them. Silver writes about the different ways to create what he calls Evolved Enterprises – basically business which have some type of social impact. This concept makes so much sense to me – the more you give, the more that comes back your way. There are also a lot of resources listed such as the next book. I was actually able to get the book for just the shipping costs – here’s the site


great work of your life edge

The Great Work of Your Life: A Guide for the Journey to Your True Calling by Stephan Cope. This is a beautifully written book on finding your life’s purpose or dharma. He says that the secret to unlocking this mystery can be found in the two-thousand year-old spiritual text called the Bhagavad Gita. He masterfully weaves the allegory in the Gita with modern-day examples of people you’ve heard of as well as everyday people. Here’s the link on Amazon.



Let me know what you’re reading (or what’s on your night stand waiting to be read)!

  1. April S.
    September 5, 2016 at 7:11 pm

    I’m reading Fig for my book club, Breaking Through Bias by Andie Kramer and Al Harris because Andie is my friend and it’s a great book to share with millenials, and Yoga For Healing!

    • Ellen Rogin
      September 15, 2016 at 6:24 pm

      Thanks so much for the recommendations. I’m also reading Andi’s book.


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