Welcome to LSB’s Reader’s Corner, dedicated to all book lovers.
Featured below are some of our favorite books, chosen monthly from our global network of speakers.
Explore our top picks; from best-selling, award-winning, respected authors to highly anticipated releases, worth keeping an eye on.
Regardless of the genre, these books are thought-provoking and insightful, providing a deeper look into the brilliance of these stimulating experts, who continue to inspire audiences globally.
Enjoy our Reader’s Corner!
Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the solution
Pioneering entrepreneur and Founder of Waze, Uri Levine, has led many companies toward groundbreaking success.
In his latest international best-seller, Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Solution: A Handbook for Entrepreneurs, the two-time 'unicorn' builder (Duocorn) shares key factors that lead to success in business, providing huge value to corporations and entrepreneurs
“Unicorns - companies that reach a valuation of more than $1 billion - are rare. Uri Levine has built two.” In this book, he shows others how he achieved this.
Best-selling author, Dr. Hannah Critchlow is an internationally acclaimed neuroscientist, author and presenter. The Top 100 UK scientist, researches how people can harness their cognitive resources, making the most of the intelligence that they hold in their brain.
This critically acclaimed book, Joined-Up Thinking, “explores how we can nudge behaviours to boost intelligence and well-being for the success of ourselves but also our descendants”. She sheds light on the pioneering science of collective intelligence, explaining how it can help solve the major global challenges we face.
By focusing on the power of collective intelligence, resilience and effectively treating trauma, Hannah Critchlow's insights offer both a practical and futuristic perspective. Furthermore, navigating how our minds can work with AI, and what the future of melding them together looks like. “AI is sparking a revolution in our approach to intelligent thinking - linking us into fast-working brain-nets for problem solving”.
Neuroscience for Coaches
Amy Brann is an expert in neuroscience and behavioural science, whose “facts not fluff” approach outperforms other high-performance models. She is the founder and CEO of Synaptic Potential, an organisation that's pioneered the art of building better brains. Brann's deep understanding of the brain enables others to realise their optimal potential.
In her latest book, Neuroscience for Coaches, Amy Brann shares her findings, based on extensive research, providing a breakdown of the aspects of neuroscience that are relevant for coaching so “coaches can describe to clients why specific techniques work and the benefits to be gained from using them.”
Future of Geography
The multi-million-copy international bestselling author of Prisoners of Geography and leading authority on geopolitics, Tim Marshall, is the former Diplomatic Editor and Foreign Correspondent for Sky News. Renowned for his ability to identify the causes underlying world events, he has reported from over thirty countries including 12 wars and conflict zones and has published six books on international relations.
His highly anticipated upcoming book, “Future of Geography”, explores “spy satellites orbiting the Moon, space metals worth billions, humans on Mars within our lifetimes. We're entering a new space race - and it could revolutionise life on Earth. We're heading up and out, and we're taking our power struggles with us. China, the USA and Russia are leading the way.” This isn't science fiction. It's astropolitics.
We Need to Talk About Inflation
Stephen King is a leading economist and best-selling author, who offers valuable insights into inflation, the global labour shortage and some big mistakes central banks have made.
Stephen King's upcoming book, We Need to Talk About Inflation, explores 14 urgent lessons from the last 2,000 years. He shares some standout findings, providing a “myth-busting explanation of inflation, the desperate gullibility of central bankers and finance ministers—and our abject failure to learn from history”.
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