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The books we loved last year

We’ve chosen some of our favorite reads for the curious, the optimistic and those who simply love to learn.

Capitalism without Capital: the rise of the intangible economy by Jonathan Haskel and Stian Westlake

Written by an economist who speaks everyday language and uses examples with which we are all familiar, such as “Harry Potter”, Uber, Easyjet, Apple i-phone to explain the concepts.  Really accessible.

Progress by John Norber

An optimistic read, explaining the ways in which life is much better than in the past.

Happy by Derren Brown

In this well-researched book, Derren Brown brings the classical thinking of the Stoics and Epicureans alongside more recent thinking and challenges us to think about what true happiness really entails.

Presence by Amy Cuddy

Her extensive research shows how we can use our body language to change the way we  feel and the results we get.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F* – Mark Manson

A down-to-Earth guide to help up steer through life’s challenges and to re-evaluate what matters and redefine success.

Believe Me. A memoir of love, death and jazz chickens by Eddie Izzard

An extra-ordinary and funny book that documents Eddie Izzards life to date, showing how much can be achieved through a determination never to give up.

Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek

A fantastic book for all Leaders and Aspiring Leaders, explaining how we can inspire others to truly great results.

 

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