Reading list 2022

Every year I document each book I read. You can find previous year in the archive. I try to find 30mins a day to read. I support my local bookshop and read things in the kindle when I’m at a loose end on my phone or in the dead of night when I should be counting sheep.

  1. Rebel ideas by Matthew Syed. Finished 10 January 2022. Ebook.
  2. Everything I Know about Life I Learned from PowerPoint by Russell Davies. Finished 6th Jan 2022. Hardback ISBN 9781788167376. I do loooots of talks and this book is packed with short helpful tips to help beginners or seasoned folk like me. Sometimes my talks go went and other times not so much. I’ll be recommending this to others. Thanks to Matt Jukes for the reading choice.
  3. How To Live by Derek Sivers. Finished 30 January 2022. Hardback ISBN 9781991152305. As ever I love. How Derek makes me look at things differently. Whatever you choose to do in life is all good.
  4. BRIT(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging by Afua Hirsch. It’s about what it says on the title. I really enjoyed it, especially as we are similar in age, both have a Ghanaian parent and young kids.
  5. Competing in the New World of Work: How Radical Adaptability Separates the Best from the Rest by Keith Ferrazzi, Kian Gohar and Noel Weyrich. Finished 10th April 2022. Audio book. I’m really interested in how the forced experiments of hybrid and remote working during the pandemic may play out. Keith and Co do a great job of highlighting the challenges and opportunities.
  6. The Ride of a Lifetime by Robert Iger. Finished 23 April 2022. Kindle format. A leadership book by the CEO of Disney.
  7. Re-read The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need by Andrew Tobias finished 24 April 2022.
  8. Currently reading The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey