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“To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting”

– Edmund Burke

“The worth of a book is measured by what you can carry away from it”
James Bryce

Books. I love them. I always have several on the go at any one time and I love visiting my Amazon Wish List so see what I’ve put there. My daughters seem to have the same reading gene, sitting in bed reading long after they should be asleep – hard to tell them to put the light off when it’s exactly what I used to do.  These are some of the books I’ve read recently or are sitting next to my bed waiting to be read. They’re an eclectic mix, but often to do with leadership and what makes people tick.


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  • Robyn McMaster

    Hi Andy, you have read many thoughtful minds and imaging the ideas of these authors give you much to consider. I’d like to challenge you to pick the brains of more women since you’ll get more of a whole picture.

  • neiljones68

    I like Robyn’s comment and, apart from reading Carol Dweck a few months ago, I’ve retuned to the male perspective! That said, the some of the more influential people I follow on twitter are women.

    Robyn has certainly made me think!

    • Andy Falconer

      Thanks Neil – who are the women you follow on Twitter that you’d most recommend?