Favorite Reads

Proverbs, the Bible by King Solomon and other wise guys

Ancient, timeless advice from a guy who had it all – power, wealth, possessions, servants and about 1000 wives and concubines. He found all the chase for worldy items to be “meaningless” (See Ecclesiates). He thus exhorts that wisdom is the most valuable commodity on the earth.

Changes and Making Good Choices

Changes that Heal, by Henry Cloud

Safe People, by Henry Cloud and Robert Townsend

Men’s Issues

King, Warrior, Magician, Lover, by Moore and Gillette

The Warrior Within, by Moore and Gillette

Iron John, by Robert Bly

Fire in the Belly, by Sam Keen


On Walden Pond, by Henry David Thoreau

Life is Short, but Life is Long if you know how to Live, Seneca

The Road Less Traveled, Peck

The Little Prince, by Exupery


Simplicity, by Richard Rohr

Falling Upward, by Richard Rohr

Care of the Soul, by Thomas Moore

Business and Work Life Design

The Seven Habits of Successful People, by Stephen Covey

Four Hour Workweek, by Tim Ferris

The E-myth, by Michael Gerber

Early Retirement Extreme, by Jacob Lund Fisker

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, by Richard Carlson a stress reduction and happiness guru.

The Great Work of Your Life, A guide for the journey to your true calling, by Stephen Cope

Psychotherapist and yoga instructor Stephen Cope explores the process of finding your life purpose through

the teachings of the 2000 year old spiritual text Bhagavad Vita.

Jesus said, “If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within          you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.”



Life Practices


The Wisdom of Yoga, by Stephen Cope

Yoga and the Quest for the True Self, by Stephen Cope

The Untethered Soul, by Michael Singer

Now, by Eckhardt Tolle