There’s nothing like a new personal development book to stretch your thinking. I started my journey at 17, reading How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie and what better book to kick me off into adulthood. Here’s a collection of my favourite reads recommended to clients depending on their focus.


Ok it’s been a few years since I read this but if you want to improve your people skills this is for you. Written in the 1930s, it’s still very relevant.

Rick Hanson simplifies neuroscience and explains simple techniques to feed the mind with happiness.

Ah perfection, it holds many of us back from so many things and as Brene Brown suggests letting go can be the best thing you’ll ever do.

Brain That Changes Itself

In “The Brain That Changes Itself”, Doidge introduces us to the fascinating stories at the cutting edge of the brain science and the emerging discipline of ‘neuroplasticity’.


The You Project Guides

Everyone loves a free guide. The You Project guides are a collection of simple, straight forward guides with lifehacks, strategies and easy tips to start you off in the right direction.

The Kickstarter Guide gives you a quick, straight forward plan to get you moving. It includes simple questions to get you thinking, tactics on staying motivated and how to curb procrastination when you get sidetracked by everyday life.

Once completed you have the option to email your thoughts to Bec for a free 30 minute review where you’ll receive invaluable insights from a performance coach on how to get started. To receive your Kickstarter Guide today, sign up today

More guides coming soon…



Expand your mind on the go. There’s nothing better than stumbling across a thought provoking talk or enlightening interview. The ones that make you stop and think. They inspire us towards change. Check out The You Project collection of podcasts to brighten up any commute and videos to set you up for the day.


James Altucher, an author, successful investor & businessman has punchy, comical interesting chat with an array of characters giving you some great chat at your next networking event.

Tim isn’t everyone’s type of guy but his interviewing has got so much better of late – be sure to check out his chat with Seth Godin or The Scorpion for some very engaging.


All about our minds, behaviours and the latest in psychological research. Only 30 minutes long get your brain fix weekly.



Need inspiration to kick off your day? Part of my morning ritual is to engage in at least one motivating, thought-provoking or enlightening viewing. I’ve uploaded some of the best videos here but stay tuned on Facebook for the most recently shared.

Simon Sinek – Why Leaders Eat Last
My favourite part of this is his animated explanation of how dopamine and serotonin work. A brilliant presenter, it’ll change the way you view behaviour at work and maybe even at home.

Tony Robbins – Why we do what we do.
What personal development collection would be complete without some Tony. An oldie but a goodie. His six steps on finding fulfilment.

How to stop screwing yourself over – Mel Robbins
A sassy, smart, hard talking woman who has 18 years of experience helping people get what they want. She stays stop using the F word. And it’s not F*&%. We all have 100s of ideas everyday but we insist on pressing the snooze button.