lysa greer book recommendations

This list will more than likely grow, but, after looking at my stack, I felt it necessary to hone in on the books that really were game changers for me and my business. These books are really like textbooks for me and I know they will be of great value to you.

Start With Why

This was the book that led me to fall in love with my work (and, Simon Sinek). In the book, Simon explains how you can inspire through your vision and ideas. He explains how understanding why you do what you do can first allow you to truly do what you love, and in turn, share that why with others so that they can get on board with you and your vision. LEARN MORE

Leaders Eat Last

In Simon’s second book, Leaders Eat Last, Simon describes the type of leadership we should all aspire to achieve. Leaders Eat Last paints a picture of a world that can be; a world in which trust is the norm and cooperation thrives. A world in which many more leaders of organizations look out for us and serve to inspire us. LEARN MORE

The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

This book helps anyone who leading a team effectively communicate appreciation and encouragement to their employees or team members. It results in higher levels of job satisfaction, healthier relationships between managers and employees, and decreased cases of burnout. Ideal for both the profit and non-profit sectors, the principles presented in this book have a proven history of success in businesses, schools, medical offices, churches, and industry. LEARN MORE

Rising Above a Toxic Workplace

At one point or another, you end up here. Many of us experience the reality of bulling bosses, poisonous people, and soul-crushing cultures on a daily basis. Rising Above a Toxic Workplace tells authentic stories from today’s workers who share how they cope, change-or quit. Candidly they open up about what they learned, what they wish they had done, and how to gain resilience. LEARN MORE

Get Rich Lucky Bitch

Question: What is your relationship to your money? Are you comfortable asking for top dollar? Or, are you help back by money blocks? I for one had HUGE money blocks until this book crossed my path. Get Rich, Lucky Bitch takes you through the 7 money blocks that could be holding you back and blasts through them, leaving you feeling more deserving and confident about your money. Learn More LEARN MORE

The Accidental Salesperson

Have you ever landed in a career you never planned for? This book is a road map for anyone who seeks to sell anything. It’s chalk full of checklists, scripts, tools and resources that will help you navigate your career and lead you through to the path of success. LEARN MORE

The Accidental Sales Manager

The Accidental Sales Manager explains the “sales management trap,” where you spend your days exhausting yourself with middling tasks, losing out on sales, and suffering under a team of people who lack accountability and leadership. Drawing from the experiences of scores of sales managers, this book delivers immediately applicable ideas for coaching and developing a team of accomplished salespeople who manage themselves. Understand how to communicate up and down the chain of command, so that you know what’s expected of you and your subordinates become better salespeople who raise company profits. LEARN MORE