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October Reads: Top 5 Wellbeing Books

October Reads: Top 5 Wellbeing Books

We’ve put together a list of five new books that aim to inspire and improve wellbeing in these uncertain times. Whether you want to reduce stress, become more productive or unleash your full potential, we hope these books help you feel more inspired and positive.

Think Like a Monk: The Secret of How to Harness the Power of Positivity and be Happy Now by Jay Shetty
(HarperCollins, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2020)

Jay Shetty, former monk and host of the number 1 podcast On Purpose, simplifies the timeless wisdom he gained as a monk into practical, actionable steps to train your mind for peace and purpose every day. Shetty shares advice and exercises that can be used to reduce stress, improve focus, improve relationships, identify our hidden abilities, and increase self-discipline.

The Organised Time Technique: How to Get Your Life Running Like Clockwork
by Gemma Bray
(Piatkus, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2020)

Gemma Bray’s unique method for organising your day aims to stop you feeling the need to do everything at once, keep you focused on how to use your time, play to your strengths and help you find time to do the things you really want to do.    



Zero Negativity: The Power of Positive Thinking
by Ant Middleton
(HarperCollins, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2020)

The former elite soldier and TV host of SAS: Who Dares Wins shares his positive mindset techniques to help transform negativity into a productive force. Middleton focuses on areas such as embracing failure and using it to your advantage, developing resilience, and viewing change as the foundation of your future success.

Sabotage: How to Silence Your Inner Critic and Get Out of Your Own Way by Emma Gannon
(Hodder & Stoughton, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2020)

Emma Gannon is a journalist, author and host of the number 1 careers podcast Ctrl Alt Delete. In her latest non-fiction offering, Gannon challenges the self-sabotaging tendencies that ultimately stop us progressing and being happy, both at home and at work. Delving into why that doubtful voice and those negative thoughts continually sneak up on us, she explores how we can look at our inner critic differently and prevent it from holding us back.

The Wim Hof Method: Activate Your Potential, Transcend Your Limits by Wim Hoff
(Rider, Hardback/Ebook/Audiobook, September 2020)

Wim Hof is a Guinness World Record breaking extreme athlete who can withstand mind-bogglingly freezing temperatures. In this fascinating book, Hof reveals how he developed his method and demonstrates how anyone can practice this method to overcome disease, improve mental health and physical performance using the three key elements of Cold, Breathing and Mindset.

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