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Must Read Progressive Books for 2021

This article showcases our top picks for the best Progressive Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Decision Point by Nathan John

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This book is a breath of fresh air. I’ve read lots of self-help and motivation books but most are either too conceptual or unrealistic in their expectation on the reader. Decision point is a handrail for the reader from the point of making a decision, through to some realistic and practical steps on implementing any changes. The author uses his own examples from his time in the military, difficulties, and obstacles to starting and growing his own real estate business. A real nice touch is the inclusion of interviews with other successful people who talk about their own journeys, so this book has it all. There’s something for everyone here, and definitely one for the bookshelf.


Happy Soul. Hungry Mind by Ravi Kathuria

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The world is seeking a spiritual awakening. It is time for non-religious spirituality to help people raise their quality of life and experience life’s most amazing gift. In Happy Soul. Hungry Mind. – A Modern Parable about Practical Spirituality, author Ravi Kathuria uses his analytical and intuitive skills to solve the complexity and confusion of spirituality. The parable is a series of spirited discussions between an entrepreneur, facing difficult family and business challenges, and his business mentor, who has problems of his own creation. Happy Soul. Hungry Mind. is a work of spiritual genius and shares Spiritual Truths that can change the world.


Purpose, Passion, and Pajamas by Genevieve M. Piturro

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This is the story of Genevieve Piturro’s triumphant leap off the corporate ladder to find her life’s true calling. Her challenges and transformation will inspire you to courageously find your own authentic purpose. What started with a simple question from a little girl led to an awe-inspiring show of compassion throughout the US and beyond. In her narrative, Genevieve brings you to the heart of the matter with eye-opening lessons in leadership, and the tools and motivation to “find your pajamas.”


Crippled by Frances Ryan

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In austerity, Britain, disabled people have been recast as worthless scroungers. From social care to the benefits system, politicians and the media alike have made the case that Britain’s 12 million disabled people are nothing but a drain on the public purse. In Crippled, journalist and campaigner Frances Ryan exposes the disturbing reality, telling the stories of those most affected by this devastating regime. It is at once both a damning indictment of a safety net so compromised it strangles many of those it catches and a passionate demand for an end to austerity, which hits hardest those most in need.


Polyamorous Passions by Sagan Morrow

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The Polyamorous Passions series follows the lives of three best friends as they each embark on their own journeys into ethical non-monogamy. Through the fun, lighthearted, and accessible lens of romantic comedy, Polyamorous Passions offers a unique exploration into alternative relationship styles. It features sassy, independent heroines, positive female friendships, realism romance, flirty storylines, and relatable characters across the series.


My Life Being A Sensitive by Thadeus Parkland

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Hank Notenburg was both Gay and a Spiritist; it would be the combination of the two that would free him from being haunted. Based on actual events in a world that refused to admit homosexuality and the spiritual realm are perfectly normal and a part of our daily lives.


The Accidental Suffragist by Galia Gichon

This product was recommended by Galia Gichon from The Accidental Suffragist

This book is progressive because it fights for the women’s rights movement and gender equality yet told through a gripping historical fiction story. While the Suffragist story is over 100 years old, the similarities to today’s society show that many things haven’t changed!


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