Healing Your Aloneness, Erika Chopich, Margaret Paul

I like the clear and insightful ideas in Healing Your Aloneness. The book takes a very unusual approach to aloneness (or loneliness). Rather than taking the usual rather superficial angle, which seems to boil down to encouraging people who want to overcome loneliness to ‘get out more’, it shows ways to resolve the underlying issues . . . → Read More: Healing Your Aloneness, Erika Chopich, Margaret Paul

Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcom Gladwell

What I love about Outliers is how Malcom Gladwell leads the reader from the usual portrayal of success and successful people and takes us to a perspective which is much broader and deeper.

Outliers goes beyond assuming that success is just about the best, the brightest and the self-made. It shows the even radically successful . . . → Read More: Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcom Gladwell