Books You Should Read

Books You Should Read

Inspiration comes from everything. From your surroundings and your social circles, right down to the books you read every night – I’m no different. Over time, I’ve encountered books that have added crucial value to my life, so I thought I’d share them with you. Here are just some of my favorites.  

Books You Should Read

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

This book has, undoubtedly, changed the lives of every single one of its readers. Essentially, Daniel Kahneman takes us on a tour of the two parts of the brain that drives the way we think and make decisions. He teaches us when we can and can’t trust our intuitions, and the true difference between, and power of, fast and slow thinking.

Dare to Lead by Brene Brown

Throughout her career, Brene Brown has worked with top leaders. All of whom have the same question: How do you cultivate braver, more daring leaders, and how do you embed the value of courage in your culture? In Dare to Lead, she answers these questions and gives us the skills to put it all into action.

Principles by Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio has condensed his entire life into just 592 pages. In his text, you’ll learn to make better decisions, face challenges with confidence and conviction. And to build stronger and more meaningful connections. For work or for everyday life, this book is worth reading.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

This book is truly the Godfather of personal development and self-improvement books. Through a number of lessons and philosophies, Napoleon Hill teaches us that success, no matter the path, can be reached through mental visualization and imagination. Your thoughts are more powerful than you think.

Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo

Marie Forleo’s lesson is simple: everything is possible, and everything is figureoutable, you just need to do the work. Forget the excuses, reject fear as the enemy and reshape it as your soul’s GPS.

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama is undoubtedly one of the most iconic and compelling women in our era. Her memoir takes us through her world, intimate moments, triumphs, challenges and everything in between. Each page is as inspiring as the next, and you can’t help but feel in awe throughout.

Money Master The Game by Tony Robbins

We all want financial freedom, and Tony Robbins has figured out the way to get there in just seven steps. This blueprint is key to taking control of your finances, and your life as a whole.

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

The billionaires, the geniuses, the most famous – according to Malcolm Gladwell, we’re too concerned with what these people are like, rather than where they’re from. This illuminating book is an intellectual journey through the world’s greatest, their lives, how they got there and what makes them truly fantastic. Gladwell flips the perspective and gives greater meaning to the successes of those we look up to.

The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

Throughout Melinda Gates’ 20 year career, there’s a clear theme that guides her decisions: in order to uplift society, you need to start by empowering women.  In this emotional, compelling narrative, Gates introduces us to amazing women around the world who are working hard to give other women more opportunities in the work field.

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