TRAINER’S JOURNAL: What I am reading

This has been a busy and expensive week. I got so many books. Read some, others yet to start on. Most of it is work related–not my training work, but the writing work. Still I love reading them because they also end up making me a better trainer. And person.   

Nearly complete:

Sacred Tears [Check this out under fiction in SriLankaBookChapters]

A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas

Half way through:

Focus: Use Different Ways of Seeing the World for Success and Influence

Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence by Daniel Goleman  

On the list

Happiness at Work: Maximizing Your Psychological Capital for Success

Flourish: A Visionary New Understanding of Happiness and Well-being

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

Oh and almost forgot.

The Future By Al Gore

I got this one as a birthday present for my husband. Guess why? Because I want to read it too. He loves it, so that’s not an issue! Don’t forget to check out the video about the future trends. Pretty interesting stuff.

Wish me luck! I’ll probably need three weeks to get through all this, while also reading nursery rhymes, Bob the Builder and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie…


About Nilooka

I am a learner; and also a great trainer. I make learning fun for myself and for everyone else. Follow me @NVEDissanayake and visit my Facebook Page:
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2 Responses to TRAINER’S JOURNAL: What I am reading

  1. muath2015 says:

    Hi Nilooka,

    Thanks for sharing some inspiring insights and indeed those are useful.

    After reading this post, I thought of personally ask the list of your reading book list and any documentaries for me to watch please.

    Let’s stay in touch to create a better world for the generation by living purposeful life and leave a powerful legacy.

    Thanks & Kind regards, Muath Mubarak



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