Collection of book jacets

Atomic Habits by James Clear (2018)

"Too often, we convince ourselves that massive success requires massive action," writes James Clear. But what if all you had to do was focus on getting 1% 'better' everyday?

Whatever goal you're working towards right now, Atomic Habits will reframe the way you get there. By following Clear's pioneering approach, you will learn how to focus your attention on the small things you can do every day. Before you know it, those newfound atomic habits will have accumulated into a brighter future.

Time and How to Spend It by James Wallman (2019)

In Time and How to Spend It, James Wallman explains that there are "junk food" and "superfood" ways of spending our time, with many of us opting for the former – which despite being instant and tasty, isn't very nourishing in the long run. What's the solution?

Turn your attention to this guide and discover Wallman’s seven science-based rules for a healthier approach to spending your time, for more enriching experiences, happiness and success.

You're Not Listening by Kate Murphy (2020)

The recent rise of the Zoom call has added another complexity to the overlooked art of listening. How do you know when it's safe to start speaking? When was the last time you really felt heard?

You're Not Listening will open your ears in a newfound way and arm you with insights that will help you connect better with others and transform the way you work. Learn from the stories of those that listen for a living and discover how tuning into others will enable you to feel heard too.

Daring Greatly by Brené Brown (2012)

In Daring GreatlyBrené Brown says that, "if we want to reclaim the essential emotional part of our lives and reignite our passion and purpose, we have to learn how to engage with our vulnerability." 

With words of wisdom on every page, Daring Greatly will challenge you to rethink your relationship with vulnerability and the tricky emotions that come with it. In turn, you will feel greater courage when facing adversity and the unknown and discover how fear can be a catalyst for postive change.

 

 

 

 

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell (2009)

Why are some people more successful than others? Were they born gifted, or did they just work really hard? Malcolm Gladwell gets to the bottom of this by examining stories of different outliers – those geniuses and superstars who have found extraordinary fame and fortune. 

As well as introducing you to Gladwell's infamous 10,000 hour rule, Outliers will prompt you to reflect upon your own path and shine the spotlight on the potential life-changing opportunities already surrounding you.

Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez (2019)

From biased algorithms jeopardising job opportunities, to the deadly affects of not testing drugs on women, Invisible Women prises open the sticky lid on the many ways women are still silenced and overlooked within society and the devastating consequences.

With radical statistics and facts around every corner, this is a book that will fire you up, spark much-needed conversation and transform the way you see the world.

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman (2011)

In Thinking, Fast and Slow, Nobel Prize winning pyschologist Daniel Kahneman shows that the best way of broadening the mind is to understand how it works. The book collates his revolutionary, lifelong work and explores the 'two systems' of thought which govern whether your next move will be a quick assumption, or a considered action. 

You will find yourself thinking about your own thoughts from the first page, as Kahneman leads you deeper into the inner-workings of the brain and reveals the cerebral secrets behind human behaviour.

Girl Decoded by Rana el Kaliouby (2020)

Can machines help us become more emotionally intelligent? Rana el Kaliouby is on a mission to find out. Girl Decoded follows her journey from being a newly-married Muslim woman living in Cairo, to embarking on a Ph.D. at Cambridge University and becoming a CEO and pioneer in artificial emotional intelligence (EI).

Read her story to learn about how humanising technology has the potential to create more empathic societies – and as well as helping us connect to each other – can help us connect more deeply with ourselves.

This Too Shall Pass by Julia Samuel (2020)

For three decades, leading psychotherapist Julia Samuel has been helping people navigate change. Her latest book is the outcome of hours spent in conversation with patients, listening to their stories and helping them navigate everything from love and loss, to work and indentity. 

This collection of powerful stories is a beautiful tool for anyone seeking reassurance and comfort whilst navigating change. Pick it up and dip into the pages whenever needed, for a reminder that this too shall pass.

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