Book Reviews

22 Jul

The One Thing – Book Review

Are you trying to “be the best” at everything? Many of us feel like we should be living life better. Meditating more, exercising more, reading more, socialising more, progressing more in our careers - and so on, and so on. Yet there are only so...

23 Mar

The Behaviour Gap – Book Review

Why do we make foolish decisions with money? For instance, why do we tell ourselves that we will save more, only to impulsively spend £100s on a luxury item only days later? In his compelling book, “The Behaviour Gap”, Carl Richards describes the reasons behind...

16 Jan

The Psychology of Money – Book Review

Money - when taught - is usually put across as a “maths-based” subject. Yet knowing about money is not just about being able to add and subtract. It is also about knowing how it impacts your mindset, beliefs and behaviour. In his hugely accessible book,...

18 Nov

Think Like a Monk – Book Review

Have you noticed that many “spiritual” people seem to have access to an inner peace, sense of meaning and happiness which many of us lack? Regardless of your religious or philosophical outlook, there is much all of us can learn from different cultures and traditions...

05 Sep

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a…

Life is full of problems, yet how do you respond to them? Do you feel able to walk through the pain you experience, or does it overwhelm you? If you are interested in learning how to navigate the world of human suffering, hardship and problems...

22 Nov

The Little Book of Behavioural Investing

Many people have heard the term ‘Investor Sentiment,’ but do you think it applies to you? Investors tend to invest new money when the market is going up and withdraw money when it falls. Logic will tell you that this action could create a loss, yet...