From time to time our speakers (and team members) drop a gem of a read that’s got them fucking inspired. It’d be fucking rude not to share. 

 The War For Kindness: building empathy in a fractured world by Jamil Zaki

 

“It’s all about whether or not kindness and empathy is something you’re born with, or something you learn, and how you can build on that capacity for kindness and empathy.” – Mandy Reeves, F.U.N. Vol 5 speaker

 

Dare To Lead by Brene Brown 

“Such an inspiring and eye-opening book on the power of vulnerability.” – Océane, F.U.N. Host

 

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

“I read Shantaram over lockdown, I’ve been meaning to read it for about four years so it was good to finally get through it!” – Frances Arns, F.U.N. vol 7 speaker

 

UX for Beginners by Joel Marsh


“This is a really good book I read recently! It’s awesome because the author has a funny sense of humour and explains things in a way that’s easy to understand. I don’t feel so overwhelmed about getting into UX design anymore.” – Melissa, F.U.N. Team

The Bold World: A Memoir of Family and Transformation by Jodie Patterson

“This autobiography explores gender and identity in the context of a Black mother who learns her toddler is transgender. It’s exceptional and left me with so much to think about. I highly recommend it!” – Alice, F.U.N. Team

The Runaway Species by Anthony Brandt and David Eagleman

“This book is about the cognitive process of creativity – how the human mind has evolved and what makes it possible for humans to invent and innovate.” – Baptiste, F.U.N. Team

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