We have quite an eclectic selection for you this month. From books that help you understand how to help children succeed, to books that help with personal productivity, there is something for everyone in this month’s list. And don’t forget to check out our Editor’s Choice this month. The Truth Machine by Michael Casey and Paul Vigna is a fantastic primer on blockchain technology. And if you think you don’t need to know about it, trust me, you do!
Discrimination and Disparities by Thomas Sowell
Sowell takes on complex economic topics and explains them in a way that’s readable enough for someone without prior knowledge of economics. He challenges the notion that different economic outcomes can be tied to s single source – whether it’s discrimination, genetics or exploitation. If you are into the macro drivers in our world, this looks like an interesting read.
Principles has now been on our list for the last four consecutive months, and it’s clear why! It’s filled with unconventional yet useful methods that any person or organization can adopt on their mission to achieve their goals.
We love the sound of this book. It promises to offer advice that is both modern and relevant to today’s working culture, to help transform the way men and women work together. No ‘man-shaming’ here.
It’s safe to say that all busy managers and business leaders want little more than to unlock their team’s full potential and get the most from their people. The Coaching Habit is a guide for any leader looking to evolve their leadership and the support they offer those they work with.
This book remains on our list for the second month in a row. With International Women’s Day having just passed, In the Company of Women offers stories from over 100 extraordinary women to inspire us all.
Sometimes it feels as if there aren’t enough hours in the day. Fortunately, best-selling author Marc Reklau offers advice on how to get things done in less time to make more room for hobbies (like reading)!
The Art of Mental Trainingoffers an effective training guide for peak performance. If you are keen to push your own boundaries, this could serve as a useful guide.
Having been around for 25 years and still appearing in our top 10 list, this book is a must-read. It brings invaluable lessons in personal change which can be applied to both work and everyday life.
An insightful take on the ‘whys’ and ‘whats’ of how children succeed, this book offers a combination of first-hand accounts and glimpses into academic research that could serve as an important lesson for us all.
From the author of Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, this book offers creative advice that can be applied to anything from writing your own book to coping with problems at work.
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