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WHAT'S ON

MY BOOKSHELF?

Do you want to know what I'm currently reading and what I've read that's inspired, challenged or changed me? These books, blogs and websites are about connection and the impact of loneliness and competition.

 

For a minimalist, the books have made the transition from Kindle to hard copy and occupy space on my bookshelf. High praise.

WHAT I'M READING NOW*

(as at 7 July 2020)

I'm reading two books:

'Lost Connections: Why you're depressed and how to find hope' by Johann Hari. This book is so good! It's taking me such a long time to read as it feels like almost every paragraph makes such a good point.

'Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice From The Best In The World' by Tim Ferriss.

Have you read either one of these? Let me know your thoughts.

* I neither solicit nor receive remuneration for what I read or my comments.  

**IMPORTANT MESSAGE**

Before you scroll down to see what writing and podcasts influence me, please read this:

If you feel like things could be different in some part of your life and change is needed, reading books (including my book), listening to podcasts and watching TED Talks are great places to start if you're seeking inspiration and want to increase awareness within yourself.

​I've read, and continue to read, many self-improvement books and listen to self-improvement podcasts. But all the change in my life has come from me doing something differently. This was hard. It was scary and I tried my hardest to negotiate an easier way forward. There isn't one. I needed help to make those changes meaningful to me, and I got that help from a coach and mentors.

The same applies to you: Nothing changes until you change what you do.

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BOOKS THAT INFLUENCE ME

BLOGS
PODCASTS

GOT ANY SUGGESTIONS?

You know a book, blog or podcast that you think will be helpful for me and others?

 

Let me know!

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