Gawdat uses and engineering background and logical approach to help us process our thoughts.
Rosling explains how things are better than we thought in this mind-blowing and very positive book.
Allen provides a straight-forward guide to organising life at work and beyond, leading to a more relaxed feeling of control and achievement.
Dark Territory by Fred Kaplan tells how key events shaped international policy on cyber crime - scary stuff! (Plus recommendations for something lighter....)
Willink and Babi use their experience as US Navy Seals to give clear leadership advice for teams.
Katherine Schulz's book teaches us that being wrong can actually be really desirable....
It seems stress isn't always as bad as we think...phew! McGonigal teaches us how to manage stress such that it can transform our lives.
Ashely Cooper's amazing (and award-winning) photographs of the environment demonstrate the devastating effects of climate-change on our planet.
Carlo Rovelli uses a combination of physics, philosophy and art to unravel the great mystery of time.
Top psychologist Carol Dweck gives simple advice to achieve your potential in work, home and parenting
Design innovators from Silicon Valley and Stanford have produced this fascinating book applying design principles to careers and life.
David read this book about having ideas that change the world and was truly inspired. Definitely worth a read.