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Reading Inspiration

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James Clear – Atomic Habits, An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear | 9781847941831 | Booktopia

This book is a game changer – I love the fact that James Clear mixes the science and practicality of changing your habits through the power of interesting facts and case studies.  James Clear knows that real change comes from the compound effect of hundreds of small decisions – doing two push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early, or holding a single short phone call can enable you to genuinely change your life for the better.  He calls these small decisions atomic habits and I highly recommend to read it or listen on audiobook.


James Kerr –  Legacy, What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life by James Kerr | 9781472103536 | Booktopia


Understanding how to sustain successful teams through applying 15 practical and impactful lessons from the greatest rugby institution in the world – the All Blacks. You don’t have to love rugby to read or listen to this – you just have to be interested in being an impactful leader who wants to create an environment for your people to thrive!


Kim Scott - Radical Candor - Fully Revised and Updated Edition, How to Get What You Want by Saying What You Mean by Kim Scott | 9781529038347 | Booktopia


This book is targeted at being able to communicate impactful feedback and build relationships.  Kim Scott’s key messages are to build better relationships with your employees by making it personal, achieving what’s needed, and understand why it matters.  It’s a great reference book for when you have to have those “more tricky” conversations.


Mel Robbins - The 5 Second Rule, Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage by Mel Robbins | 9781682612385 | Booktopia


I chose this book because it personally helped me to reduce, and eventually avoid procrastination in all aspects of my life. Follow this simple rule that Mel focusses on and you will achieve more and think less about your “to do list”.


If you would like to receive any more of my recommendations, please feel free to connect.  I would love to hear from you!

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