THE GOOD BOOK CLUB
We pick the most helpful reads for people Who don’t do self-help books
Helpful books for self-help avoiders
THIS IS NOT A DIET BOOK
Bee Wilson Knowing how to eat well has never been more confusing. enter Bee Wilson, whose book aims to help people form a happy, healthy and stress-free relationship with food. Filled with sensible advice and easy to follow suggestions, it’s a mustread for anyone sick of calorie counting.
HOW TO HAVE A GOOD DAY
Caroline Webb Caroline Webb’s fascinating book looks at the idea of ‘automating the small stuff’, explaining how to go about turning the things we want to do into daily habits completed automatically, whether that’s learning a new language or fitting in a workout.
THE BOOK OF AWESOME
Neil Pasricha every day for 1,000 days, Neil Pasricha blogged about the awesome things in life, to focus on the positive while he was processing the breakdown of his marriage and the loss of a close friend. This book celebrates the extraordinary in the everyday and will make you do the same.
STOPPING THE NOISE IN YOUR HEAD
Reid Wilson ever wished you could silence your nervous inner monologue? This new book by Reid Wilson, an anxiety disorder expert, is packed with useful, down to earth advice about how to manage those worries, so you can get on with living a more relaxed life.
FLOW: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi The concepts behind Flow are simple. it’s all about the pursuit of a happy life through setting goals and finding the fun in challenging yourself – enjoying the journey, rather than the destination.
IT’S NOT HOW GOOD YOU ARE, IT’S HOW GOOD YOU WANT TO BE
Paul Arden This tiny book from advertising guru Paul arden packs a big punch. Filled with wisdom aimed at “the talented and the timid”, this bestseller will inspire your creative side and give you a hit of motivation for both your professional and personal life.