A few titles that you may fancy for the departure lounge or sun bed.
- “This is Going to Hurt : Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor” by Adam Kay. More HERE.
Very few books make me laugh and cry on the same page. If you’re finding your job challenging this may give you some perspective – or make you find a new career.
- “The Path : A New Way to Think About Everything” by Professor Michael Puett. More HERE
A book on ancient Chinese philosophy by a Harvard Professor may not sound like everyone’s taste but a holiday is often a good time for reflection. This is very readable and provocative.
- Stand out of our light : Freedom and Resistance in the Attention Economy” by James William. More HERE
You will never see your mobile device n the same way again. Who controls your attention?
- “Shoot for the moon : Achieve the Impossible with the Apollo Mindset” by Richard Wiseman. More HERE
Challenged in getting things achieved in your life? Try Wiseman’s advice and adopt the approach of the teams that put men on the moon – and brought them back – half a century ago.
- “The Self-Worth Safari : Valuing Your Life and Work” by John Niland. More HERE
There is a crisis of confidence in many dentists, John Niland’s book makes a timely read for anyone having second thoughts and doubts about what they are doing with their professional life.
- “Setting the Table : The Transforming Power of Hospitality in Business” by Dany Meyer. More HERE
A book that I wish I had read before I started my first and second practices but will inspire you to improve everything you do for your patients, customers or clients.
- “Laidlaw. The Papers of Tony Veitch. Strange Loyalties” by William McIlvanney. More HERE, HERE, & HERE
To call McIlvanney’s trilogy featuring Glasgow police inspector Jack Laidlaw “gritty” does grit a disservice. Stories of human behaviour, both bad and good, but mostly bad, with thoroughly believable characters. As Ian Rankin said, “Without Laidlaw there would have been no Rebus”. Tartan Noir started here.