Personal development for smart people

I’m currently reading Personal development for smart people.

I don’t usually have a lot of time for personal development books (which is sort of funny given that I just started a blog about it) – a lot feel like new-age waffle. But I really like this book as it is sensible and practical.

The writing is easy to read without being simplified. He doesn’t pretend that it is easy to be a better person or that there are any quick answers. But he explains clearly and gives loads of practical activities. It’s approachable and sensible.

So for a little while, my experiences are likely to be based on what I’m reading in it and thinking about.

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