I love books

I adore books.

I was super early into reading and would annoy my parents with the information on sauce bottles and random signs.
With clients I find myself recommending lots of books, dependent on what their focus may be and to relax you will find me hooked up to an ipad or a kindle reading about murder and mystery; it’s the only thing that will switch off my mind.

If you look and research any great leaders, they read. They read passionately.

Robin Sharma, author of “Lead without a title” says, “Study for an hour a day. Double your learning and triple your success”.

Jack Canfield, author and founder of Chicken Soup for the Soul (I defy anyone to read this and not cry) says reading voraciously is part of his growth. Tony Robbins talks about reading over 700 books (although I am sure I have read over 700 murder books!) in order to expand his knowledge and superbrain.

Books take you to another place. There is nothing better.

So, the plan here is to have a list of all the top books that we have read in the fields of psychology, leadership, communication, and inspiration and provide executive summaries of them so you can decide whether to give it a go. Think of it like the Leadership Styled Cliff notes!

Any questions about any of these books featured then please do let us know.
Or indeed if you find yourself far too lazy to read a book yourself and would like us to do an executive summary on it then just let us know!

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I am a reader. Not because I do not have a life.
Because I choose to have many.

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 “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”

St Augustine.

“I do not want to just read books, I want to climb inside them and live them.”



            Books are delicious


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