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In this episode we explore the books that have had a significant impact on how we think and operate and have helped develop our self knowledge and personal productivity.


RESOURCES MENTIONED

Work Smarter Not Harder, Jack Collis & Michael LeBoeuf

Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking, by Susan Cain.

Susan Cain’s TED Talk

Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert

The Creative Habit, Twyla Tharp

Company of One, by Paul Jarvis

The Inner Self, by Hugh Mackay

Routines & Ruts Podcast episode – Hugh Mackay on where we hide and compassionate love as a daily discipline

Digital Minimalism & Deep Work, by Cal Newport

Karen’s other favourite writers include Malcolm Gladwell.

Louise’s other favourite writers include Austin Kleon.

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