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I often get asked for podcast and book recommendations, so here are some of my favourites. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

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The Diary of a CEO, Steve Bartlett

Good for - Honest and brutal conversations around what it actually takes to build the world’s most successful businesses.

Slo Mo, Mo Gawdat

Good for - Inspiring conversations by the world’s greatest happiness thinkers, with an encouraging message at its heart - to take the time to slow down.

Beyond the Self, Africa Brooke

Good for - Brilliant, thought provoking and unfiltered conversations around identity, self-censorship and everything in between.

Huberman Lab, Dr Andrew Huberman

Good for - Understanding the neuroscience behind the brain and how this impacts or controls our perceptions, decisions and our overall health.


Solve for Happy, Mo Gawdat

Good for - A must read and great starting point for anyone looking into what makes us happy.

The Surrender Experiment, Michael A. Singer

Good for - A beautiful narration of what is possible when you surrender - ignoring ego-based desires and fears.

The Courage to Create, Rollo May

Good for - Explores the relationship between courage & creativity as well as the tips to enhance the creative process for anyone.

The Creative Act A Way of Being, Rick Rubin

Good for - A must read for any artist or creative, filled with wisdom around how to approach creating your very best art.

mindset & psychology

Mindset, Carol Dweck

Good for - Understanding the differences between a fixed versus growth mindset.

The Chimp Paradox, Professor Steve Peters

Good for - Understanding the breakdown of different parts of the brain, and how to explain human reactions, impulses and decision making, in a very relatable, digestible way.

The Big Leap, Gay Hendricks

Good for - Exploring the concept of the Zone of Genius, which is where each individual thrives in everything they do.

A Path through the Jungle, Prof Steve Peters

Good for - A practical guide to navigate our minds and making them work in our favour.

The Courage to be Disliked, Ichiro Kishili and Fumitake Koga

Good for - Understanding Adlerian psychology, which puts forward the idea of not being controlled and identified by our past, but rather focusing on our future oriented goals.

Quiet, Susan Cain

Good for - Embracing the power of introversion in a world which seems to constantly value extroverts.

relationship with time

New Earth, Eckhart Tolle

Good for - a classic and great starting point for anyone new to the idea of embracing the present moment.

Four Thousand Weeks, Oliver Burkeman

Good for - letting go of the constraints that link us to the construct of time.

growing a business & leadership

Brand Thinking, Debbie Millman

Good for - An eye opening book on what the word “brand” actually entails and so many other interesting topics around the role design, strategy and marketing play within a business. 

A Book about Innocent, Innocent

Good for - understanding the ingredients needed to build a successful, thriving multinational business. And the power of never giving up.

Legacy, James Kerr

Good for - The essential traits needed in people to build high achieving, extraordinary teams, based on the story of one of the biggest sports teams in history - the All Blacks.

Start With Why, Simon Sinek

Good for - The importance of knowing your WHY (your purpose) in order to inspire world-changing leadership, with studies of some of the world's greatest leaders from Steve Jobs to Martin Luther King.

Unbound, Kasia Urbaniak

Good for - A must read for women who want to learn how to ask for what they want, and get exactly that. All while understanding the real dynamics and energetics behind power.

escapism & mind openers

Alamut, Vladimir Bartol

A metaphorical story about a mysterious, adored figure who lives at the top of a tower, who very few have actually met, but that everyone dedicates their life to.

Scary Smart, Mo Gawdat

A terrifying, yet very real scenario of what’s to come with the rise of AI. Poses questions around machines becoming sentient, having their own code of ethics, emotions and feelings. Simply brilliant.

1Q84, Haruki Murakami

A fictional story which follows the lives of two characters, destined to meet but that are living in parallel worlds to the rest of their peers around them.

The 40 Rules of Love, Elif Shafak

40 powerful life (& love) lessons we should all aspire to live by, to reach inner peace. A beautifully written novel based on the teachings and poetry of Rumi, the great Sufi mystic.

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