June Picks From Adapt
On the hunt for some fresh activities, reads and podcasts to keep you entertained this month? Check out our picks that have been curated by us for you.
Get involved with the Adapt community at one of these exciting events:
Members Summer BBQ
Celebrate the start of summer in style at the ARC Uxbridge BBQ lunch event on Wednesday 7th June. Tuck into sizzling grilled meats or delicious vegetarian and vegan alternatives served with fresh salads and tasty sides – all whilst networking with your fellow co-workers.
Book your place using the Member of The Future app.
Get moving with a military style circuit training session outside the Clubhouse on Tuesday 13th June 12.30pm-1.15pm. Guaranteed to help you push your limits and build stamina, it’s the perfect way to break up the working day, get a full body workout and connect with fellow fitness enthusiasts at Adapt.
Book your spot via the Member of The Future app.
Upgrade your TBR (To Be Read) List with these recommended titles:
Atomic Habits by James Clear
In this million-copy number one bestseller, James Clear proves that change doesn’t have to start big. He suggests that real life transformation comes from the combination of hundreds of small decisions which he calls atomic habits. He also reminds readers of helpful behavioural change techniques such as habit stacking, the two-minute rule and the four laws of mastering or breaking habits.
It could be waking up five minutes earlier, preparing for your day the night before, or reducing time on your phone – these little changes compound into remarkable results when you stick at them.
Start With Why by Simon Sinek
Using a wide range of real-life stories, Sinek demonstrates that the world’s most influential leaders think, act and communicate in the same way. They understand that people truly buy into a product when they understand and connect with the ‘why’ behind it, which is an observation that other hopeful leaders can use to their build business and create movements. Start With Why is perfect for people who want to inspire others, or who are looking for a cause to inspire them.
Level up your listening with these motivating podcasts
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
Author, life coach and former monk, Jay Shetty hopes to ‘make wisdom go viral’ via his popular twice-weekly podcast, where he interviews some of the world’s most insightful people to get their take on everything from love, negative mindset and self-awareness to social media, the workplace and productivity. His repertoire of well-known guests includes Paris Hilton, Will Smith and Kobe Bryant.
Stuff You Should Know
If you’ve ever wanted to know how skydiving works, the science behind jetlag, or even uncover the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster, Stuff You Should Know has you covered. Plug into this educational podcast on the morning commute, and listen to Josh and Chuck discuss history, conspiracies, science, myths and more. Top episodes include ‘Why does everyone love Dolly Parton?’ and ‘How game shows work’.