We thought it would be nice to share some books we found interesting this month. They are not only work or L&D-related (that would be a bit dull). Nor are they all new. But they are highly-recommended.
Here goes. We hope you enjoy them.
Piranesi by Susanna Clarke. (Suggested by Bee).
This book is just different. Very original and refreshing. Winner of the ‘Women’s prize for fiction 2021’ in case my recommendation is not enough 😊.
Four Thousand Weeks: Time and How to Use It by Oliver Burkeman. (Suggested by Caroline)
This has a really interesting take on how we look at time in the context of our life, making you that much more aware of how to do more with both!
The Art of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli. (Suggested by Matt)
Easy to read, funny and with great examples. I keep going back to this book as a reminder of how bias frequently hijacks my (and probably your) thinking.
More to come next month.