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March 9, 2013

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What's the last book you read?

John Kay - Obliquity: Why are goals are best achieved indirectly.

What book would you recommend to others in the group?

Charles Handy - The Hungry Spirit

Why would you like to join this reading group?

We've all heard of educated fools right? People with lots of learning but no wisdom. To integrate and benefit from a book's key themes requires work: a diligent attempt to understand and integrate the core themes into one's daily life. A key catalyst for this is interaction with others, who bring their own rich experiences to a text helping the process of embodying its key teaching.


Reading is one of the greatest avenues to self improvement. I'm looking to widen my horizons through discussion with others interested in psychology and self-development.

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