The three top books we read in June, in no particular order. 

1. The Bezos Blueprint by Carmine Gallo  

Lessons on Reading from The Bezos Blueprint
Recommended by Zissy

The Bezos blueprint is without a doubt the best ‘learning’ book I have read this year. It is equally interesting as it is practical and I immediately started applying lessons learnt to the way I share ideas, write and communicate. In short, it’s a must read for anyone who wants to improve their presentation, writing and communication skills. 

Read the full review here

2. The Bellbird River Country Choir by Sophie Green  

The Bellbird River Choir by Sophie Green
Recommended by Zissy

The Bellbird River Country Choir is the book equivalent to sitting down for a cup of tea with an old friend. If you’re a Sophie Green fan, you’ll enjoy her latest novel even if it follows the all too familiar cast of characters and plot line. 

Read the full review here

3. 12 Weeks to a Sharper You by Dr Sanjay Gupta 

12 Weeks to a Sharper You by Dr Sanjay Gupta {Book Review}
Recommended by Feige

12 Weeks to a Sharper You is a practical guide and 12-week program aimed at reducing risk for cognitive decline. The program promises to help you feel less anxious, sleep better, improve your energy, think more clearly, and become more resilient to daily stress. It’s written in simple and easy to understand language, making it a universal self-improvement book.

Read the full review here

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