With Christmas right around the corner, the LID team wants to help you find the perfect gift for your book-loving friends and family. We have compiled a list of tailored book recommendations. Happy reading and most of all, happy Christmas shopping!
For the world travelers:
A Great Move by Katia Vlachos
In A Great Move, Katia Vlachos addresses a growing need to prepare people for making successful moves. A world traveler herself, Vlachos discusses adjusting to a new environment and culture, immersing oneself into a new professional and private life, navigating culture shock, and defining and maintaining a sense of home.
For the curious:
The Inspiratorium by Antony ‘Tas’ Tasgal
Flitting between the poles of science and art, quantum physics and epic poetry, philosophy, and football, The Inspiratorium by Anthony Tasgal is a web of connections, of jumps and leaps that will take you to different places and areas that will intrigue and inspire. Open yourself to randomness, serendipity, spontaneity and take a leap into the unknown with the Inspiratorium.
For those searching for meaning:
Purpose by Ben Renshaw
Your purpose is your internal compass, and the meeting point between your passion and your talent. Purpose, by Ben Renshaw, is the perfect handbook for discovering and leading with purpose. Purpose provides the understanding and guidance required to seek and find real purpose in order to thrive in today’s unpredictable world.
For the foodies:
Positive Nutrition by Kate Cook
Kate Cook’s Positive Nutrition delivers a down-to-earth, no-nonsense approach to eating well. With so much confusion around diet, food, and eating, this book aims to get a clear eating structure in place, empowering the reader to make wise and nurturing choices around food, for both work dynamism and focussed living.
For the influencers:
The Influence Book by Nicole Soames
The Influence Book, by Nicole Soames, is an inspiring and engaging handbook packed with expert advice, practical tools and exercises to help you become a master of influence. This book will help you develop your emotional intelligence so you can become a highly skilled influencer in all areas of your life; whether you are influencing customers, colleagues, family, or friends.
For the entrepreneurs:
The Entrepreneur’s Book by Neil Francis
In The Entrepreneur’s Book, discover, explore, and understand the fundamentals that are required for success as an entrepreneur. Through his own experiences and conversations with hundreds of successful people, author Neil Francis concludes that the route to success is about understanding and answering what he calls the ‘why’ questions. This book will guide and inspire readers to achieve successful and sustainable leadership.
For the historians:
Humanity’s Lucky Clover by Vadim Makhov
In Humanity’s Lucky Clover, Vadim Makhov analyses the past to understand the achievement of humanity since the emergence of intelligent life in the present day. Makhov believes that there is a universal model that can guide our success and it can be found by means of careful analysis of the past. In this truly big-idea book, he presents his lucky clover hypothesis, which looks into science, society, innovation and wealth and their impact on success.
For the problem solvers:
The Smart Strategy Book by Kevin Duncan
In this practical guide, The Smart Strategy Book, Kevin Duncan offers intelligent and quick solutions to tricky business issues through smart strategic thinking and action. He provides 50 smart ideas to help you arrive at your solution, presented in an easy and accessible way.
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