Thank you to everyone who’s been following The Uncertainty Series! If you are new to this site, you can read more about how the series originated by clicking HERE.

It’s time to announce the second book in the series! But first, I’d like to thank Jonathan Fields, the author of the first book we reviewed, Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel for Brilliance. Fields taught me about the importance of judgment (yes, it IS important and not always negative), how to train my brain for uncertainty, and much more. If you follow me on Instagram, you will see many of my favorite takeaway quotes. I admire that Fields took on a topic like this and delivered a book full of powerful information and actionable items. This book has sparked many many new ideas for the business I’m building around uncertainty. Thank you Fields. Thank you for this gift.

Here’s your chance to catch up on all of the episodes of The Uncertainty Series:

And now, finally, I am proud to announce the second book in the series. It’s a book that has been highly recommended by you, my audience, and I thank you for that. In fact, when I started this series, many people contacted me on social media to tell me about their favorite books about uncertainty. This book seemed to be the most popular of them all. Starting next week, you’ll see episodes discussing:

Pema Chodron, Living Beautifully with Uncertainty and Change

Pema Chödrön, Living Beautifully with Uncertainty and Change

This is the first book I’ve read by this author. Pema Chödrön is a best-selling author and Buddhist monk who uses Buddhist principles to teach lifestyle practices that will reduce stress and inspire people to take positive actions in their lives. I’ve heard such rave reviews about this book, and I’m eager to get started! If you’d like to follow along, click the image above to purchase the book, or find it at your local library.

I’m still taking suggestions for more books to be part of The Uncertainty Series. If you have one, please add it in the comments below. Who knows? Your suggestion might be selected as book three!