The 6 best motivational reads for 2016
The Happiness Track: How To Apply the Science of Happiness To Accelerate Your Success by Dr Emma Seppala (Piatkus, Jan). A must-read for anyone hooked on "busy".
Everything You Need, You Have: How To Be at Home in Yourself by A-list acupuncture expert-turned-guru Gerad Kite (Short Books, Jan).
Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges by Amy Cuddy. The Harvard professor who brought us the "power pose" on how to use body language to win friends and influence people (Orion, Jan).
The Book of You: Daily Micro-Actions for a Happier, Healthier You by Nora Rosendahl, Nelli Lahteenmaki and Aleksi Hoffman. Health nudges from the people behind the successful You app (Penguin, Jan).
How Enlightenment Changes Your Brain by Dr Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman. A scientist explains why we're hard-wired to need spirituality (Hayhouse, March).
Smarter, Faster, Better by Charles Duhigg. Pulitzer prize-winning journalist explores the real secrets of productivity (Heinemann, March).