A wanton seductress; the LIBOR scandal; what makes Pixar tick and a retelling of the story of Cain & Abel. These books are the best of what I read in April...

Mount Stupid; the what-ifs; things that are true; people are not wooden blocks; the illusion of stock-picking skill; keeping an open mind; why don't we notice errors; the unstoppable rise of Amazon and how to make good decisions. The best of what I read this...

"Dirty weather,” Admiral Sir Clowdisley Shovell called the fog that had dogged him twelve days at sea.  Returning home victorious from Gibraltar after skirmishes with the French Mediterranean forces, Sir Clowdisley could not beat the heavy autumn overcast. ...

"By staying on the bus, you give yourself time to re-work and revise until you produce something unique, inspiring, and great. It’s only by staying on board that mastery reveals itself. Show up enough times to get the average ideas out of the way and...

Photo by Jonathan Fink on Unsplash What’s the difference between a beginner and an expert? The answer is very neatly summed up in here  [infographic] An 18 year old won a million dollars in the US lottery, and had to make a choice as to how to receive her winnings....

I seemed to power through quite a few books this month – but then it feels as though it has been an incredibly long month. Here’s the best of what I read. ...