Best Books (aka What's on my Nightstand Now): Insight

I haven't yet finished the final chapters of Tasha Eurich's Insight, but I'm already certain it should be required reading for every human being that will be expected to interact with other ones in their lifetime. The subtitle reads "Why We're Not as Self-Aware as We Think, and How Seeing Ourselves Clearly Helps Us Succeed at Work and in Life" and the content delivers on this promise. I love books with integrity.

Reading Insight ten years ago would have made my drop the ball journey so much simpler because I would have known the questions to ask myself to better manage my overwhelm. I eventually discovered two important ones: What matters most? and What is my highest and best use? but not until reading Insight did I understand the importance of these being "what" not "why" questions. According to Eurich, "why" questions help us understand our environment whereas "what" questions help us understand ourselves. Insight is an incredible read for anyone who has the appetite and the courage to jumpstart her own evolution.