Three empowering non-fiction books

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

What is your personality type? How can you be an inclusive leader? These are only a couple of the questions that Susan Cain addresses in this empowering book. Cain dispels myths about having an introverted personality type to change society’s perception of what it means to be introverted. This book would be of most interest to all those who are aspiring to be inclusive leaders, as well as those interested in personality and psychology.

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Dear Life by Rachel Clarke

Rachel Clarke is a palliative care doctor, who worked as a journalist before retraining as a doctor. She shares her personal and professional journey with the reader through this transition and her eventual specialisation in palliative care.

Although there is terminal illness and death in a hospice, Clarke instead found that there is an abundance of love, compassion, and kindness there, which has taught her about life. Her patients have taught her to cherish and make the most of every last moment. This book is very emotional and it is a must read for all audiences to gain an inspiring perspective on life.

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Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker

With compelling evidence and examples of experiments, Walker encourages the reader to feel empowered to protect their sleep.  This is a science and evidence backed book about why humans sleep in the first place, even though sleeping is such a strange concept, and why sleep is so important to human survival and longevity. With the nature of modern society and the pandemic of sleep deprivation, this book is a must read.

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