5 Books To Read If You Want To Increase Mindful Productivity

By Chelsea Becker

The narrative surrounding books about improvement and self-help has really evolved in the last few years, and it seems like now, more than ever, people want to slow down and learn about themselves. Learn how they can be more in tune with their emotions, only to become a better friend, parent, partner, etc. If you haven't jumped on this trend already, this list of amazingly inspiring books should help.

A post shared by Erin Falconer (@erinfalconer) on

How to Get Sh*t Done by Erin Falconer

Let's be honest, there's a cultural difference between the everyday pressures of men and women. Not to say men don't feel pressure too, because they do, but in this book, Erin Falconer (who, btw, is the co-founder of LEAFtv!) dives deep into the never ending state of guilt women feel for not being able to do everything and balance it all. If you're struggling with finding productivity in all that life throws at you on a daily basis, this is for you. Avail here.

Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss is really good at breaking things down into digestible, implementable actions. Somehow things just seem possible after reading his books. In Tools of Titans, Tim takes everything he's learned from his own career as an investor and talking with some of the world's most successful people, and breaks it down into steps so you can be on your way to being a success as well. Avail here.

The Clarity Cleanse by Habib Sadeghi

A book from Goop Press, The Clarity Cleanse is all about spiritual and physical healing. This book will teach you how to look at an obstacle or a problem as an opportunity for learning and growth, as well as providing guidance on how to cleanse your mind, body and spirit. You'll learn how your emotions are actually playing a role in your physical health and how to treat it with food and self-love. Avail here.

A post shared by erin loechner (@erinloechner) on

Chasing Slow by Erin Loechner

In a world where we are all chasing money, success and recognition, Erin Loechner shares her journey in finding those things, only to realize she didn't actually need them. You'll come out of this read with a fresh perspective and a renewed set of priorities that focuses more on finding and keeping joy and happiness over anything else. Avail here.

Judgement Detox by Gabby Bernstein

In this book (the newest of many from Gabby Bernstein) Gabby challenges you, and herself, to recognize your own judgement of others and that when you venture down that path, after a quick moment of satisfaction, you separate from love. She then discusses how in the divisive times we live in, love should be the one thing that brings us together, not further apart. Avail here.