Book Review – LEAN IN, Sheryl Sandberg First Published: 2013 by WH Allen- Penguin Random House UK LEAN IN is narrated by Sheryl Sandberg through her own experiences of business and life to date. Every story is backed by evidenced personal experiences making it a factual career guidance and a personal development book rolled into one. […]Read More →
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Book Review – The War of Art, Steven Pressfield First Published: 2002 by Warner Books The War of Art defines the stumbling blocks and distractions we put in our own way every day to stop ourselves living the life we dream of living. Why do we do this? Resistance. Is this resistance caused by fear? […]Read More →
Book Review – The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz Published 1997 by Amber-Allen Publishing This book to me is best described as a practical guide to personal freedom. The author combines the ancient teachings of the Toltec, spiritual leaders from Latin America with modern day belief systems and […]Read More →
Book Review – Triggers, by Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter Published 2015 by Crown Business Marshall Goldsmith is an experienced executive coach and has been recognised to be in the Top Ten Business thinkers in the World. He has worked in the area of coaching for over 40 years and coached thousands of people across the globe. I would certainly […]Read More →
Book Review – Feel the Fear And Do It Anyway, Susan Jeffers First Published: 1981 by Arrow Books I love Susan Jeffers. I read this book back in 1996 and again at the beginning of this year having heard last year that Susan had passed away. It resonates with me today as much as the first […]Read More →
Book Review – Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, 2015 Publication, Brené Brown First Published: 2012 by Avery The main theory of the book asks the question – why is being vulnerable a hard thing to do? Vulnerability is defined as uncertainty and risk. I choose […]Read More →
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