Book Review: Naked by Papa CJ

While Papa CJ is widely known for being a Comedian, this book, Naked by Papa CJ,  isn’t all fun and games. I would have adored this book from composed of nothing but only his side-splitting humor, I can understand why he took the opportunity to voice his opinions...

Must Read Biography Books and Memoirs

The best biography books give us a satisfying glimpse into a great person’s life, while also teaching us about the context in which that person lived. Nothing tells us more about how to be alive now than learning from those who have gone before.

Book Review: Soul Selfie by Sadguru Rameshji

Soul Selfie by Sadguru Rameshji is one of those books that makes you not feel but think. The book gets condensed at times, compelling the reader to think, sometimes ponder on his personal life and on human behavior throughout the history.

Make Your Own Luck by Bob Miglani & Rehan Yar Khan

Title: Make Your Own LuckAuthor: Bob Miglani & Rehan Yar KhanPublisher: FingerPrint PublicationGenre: Self Help, Non-FictionFirst Publication: 2019Language: English  Book Summary: Make Your Own Luck What does it take...
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Book Review: Shhh! Don’t Talk about Mental Health by Arjun Gupta

Shhh! Don't Talk about Mental Health by Arjun Gupta is one of the most beautifully written books I have read about mental health and illness. Inspiration almost drips off the pages.

Book Review: Great Values, Great Business by Prasanna Swaroopa & T Chandrasekhar

Good Values, Great Business provides a comprehensive view of values in business, ranging from the basic concepts of ethics to the ethics of business applications that include ethics in the production, advertising, labor and the environment.

Who Blunders and How? by Robin Banerjee

Title: Who Blunders and How?Author: Robin BanerjeePublisher: Sage PublicationsGenre: Business, Strategy & ManagementFirst Publication: 2019Language: English  Book Summary: Who Blunders and How? by Robin Banerjee Many big companies—famous brands,...
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Steve Jobs : The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson is unique in its description of industrial design and products. There are literally hundreds of pages on this topic. One cannot decouple the industrial design decisions from Steve Jobs.

Zero to One by Peter Thiel

In the book Zero to One by Peter Thiel, Author uses recent history to persuasively argue that the world (and especially the USA) is stuck in a cycle of n-1 to n thinking which is based on its particular outlook on the future.

Book Review: Work Hard-ly by Monica Iyengar

With the help of Work Hard-ly by Monica Iyengar, you'll be able to master meetings, networking events, and corporate retreats without having to know or say anything of relevance.

Book Review: With Ash On Their Faces by Cathy Otten

With Ash On Their Faces by Cathy Otten is a remarkable story of Yezidi women's strength, perseverance, and intelligence; and we should all admire them. However, I think it’s important to remember that there are countless young women who continue to endure immense cruelty on a daily basis. My thoughts are with these young women.
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