November 11, 2019
November 1, 2019
Gwyneth Paltrow is a Renaissance Woman—an Oscar-winning actress, singer, founder of the lifestyle site goop, and bestselling author, her latest book is The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal (I'm guessing this means there are no french fry recipes, unless those fries are made of green beans).
So what has Ms. Paltrow been reading this year? See her picks and why she chose them below.
I reread this after my podcast with Oprah. It’s a powerful reminder that we’re all connected, and that the micro-interactions we have with others have real weight. Both in work and in life, it outlines a way to create authentic power through higher consciousness.
It sounds dorky, but I read a lot of business books these days. This is a classic: it delves into how and why influence works and the specific dynamics at play when leading a company.
I think a lot about the culture we are trying to create at goop. We work incredibly hard, but it’s crucial to me that this isn’t a cut-throat, divisive environment. We’re blessed that we have a mostly female C-suite; this book teaches us to embrace the feminine qualities that have historically been neglected in leadership because they were perceived as weak. I’m steadfast in the belief that empathy and listening generously inspires great work.
“Celebrity Picks: Gwyneth Paltrow's Favorite Reads of 2018” blog post republished with permission from The Amazon Book Review.
Photography by: Photography courtesy Goop