Find my book recommendations below. All are warm-hearted tipps about books I truly loved when reading and that I still use a lot for my work as coach or in my workshops.
Die Kunst sich selbst auszuhalten. Ein Weg zur inneren Freiheit.
Michael Bordt SJ (2013)
The book I recommend to all my clients for the first step on the self-discovery journey. A book about self responsibility and how to use self-reflection & -perception as tools.
Reinhard Friedl (2019)
An entertaining book about a heart surgeon's life, about the fact that the heart is more than a simple pump and the astonishing connection between heart and brain.
Burn-Out kommt nicht von Stress allein. Warum wir wirklich ausbrennen – und wie wir zu uns selbst zurückfinden.
Mirriam Priess (2020)
Burnout stems from inner and outer conflicts – and the lost dialogue with yourself. A recommendation from my friend Alex Grosse.
Schnelles Denken, langsames Denken
Daniel Kahnemann (2016)
Your brain has two operating modes: a) fast (most of the time, very intuitive mode) and b) slow (for wicked, hard problems like what to wear in the morning)
Rhetorik ist keine Kunst, sondern kein Problem: Einfach eine gute Rede halten
Michael Rossié (2020)
Probably very good. Haven't read it yet. But if the book is anything like Michael, this book ist more than excellent.
Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams
Matthew Walker (2018)
If you don't read at all, this is the one book you should read in your life. Sleep influences everything. Just everything. Get these 8 hours of sleep and respect Walker's 12 tipps. A recommendation by my former colleague Arndt Roller.
Die 4-Stunden Woche
Timothy Ferriss (2013)
Cut the crap that eats your time and realize your own business ideas – including the best tipps for getting an assistent in India and how to become an expert in a month.