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#bookshelf 6. “The Whole-Brain Child” / Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. One of the best books on parenting. I am a big fan of stories related to the development of emotional intelligence. This book helps adults understand how to develop together with children.
#bookshelf 5. “The Compound Effect” / Darren Hardy A very helpful book about how to make the right choice and how small steps over long periods of time lead to amazing results. What methods to use to invest in yourself, and not steal from your future.
#bookshelf 4. “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!” / Richard P. Feynman Autobiography full of incredible stories that you don’t expect from a great physicist, genius and Nobel laureate. There’s definitely a lot of motivation to be picked from it. Interesting and uplifting book.
#bookshelf 3. Change by design / Tim Brown An excellent book from the creator of IDEO - the world leader in design thinking. A book about how to change the way we perceive design. How to solve a problem without focusing only on aesthetics. Principles for creating a new century.