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My 25 favourite books

  • Authentic happiness. 2002. Martin E. P. Seligman.
  • Drive. 2010. Daniel H. Pink
  • First, break all the rules. 1999. Gallup press.
  • Flow. 1990 Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  • Free agent nation. 2002. Daniel H. Pink
  • Good to Great. 2001. Jim Collins
  • How will you measure your life? 2012. Clayton M. Christensen
  • Man’s search for meaning. 1946. Viktor J. Frankl
  • Outliers. 2008. Malcom Gladwell
  • Positioning. 1981. Al Ries & Jack Trout.
  • Shoe dog. 2016. Phil H. Knight.
  • Start with why. Simon Sinek.
  • Steve Jobs. 2011. Walter Isaacson
  • The competent manager. 1982. Richard Boyatzis
  • The element. 2009. Sir Ken Robinson
  • The everything store. 2014. Brad Stone
  • The genius in all of us. 2010. David Shenk
  • The how of Happiness. 2008. Sonja Lyubomirsky
  • The power of habit. 2012. Charles Duhigg
  • The 7 habits of highly effective people. 1.989. Stephen R. Covey
  • The 8 traits successful people have in common. 2005. Richard St. John
  • What they don’t teach you at Harvard Business School. 1984. Mark H. McCormack
  • Winners. 2015. Alastair Campbell.
  • Winning. 2005. Jack Welch
  • Zero to one. 2014. Peter Thiel.
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