Buy Now on Amazon ($11.27) The book makes up around 320 pages of rather interesting read on global finance by Adair Turner. Adair Turner became chairman of Britain’s Financial Services Authority just as the global financial crisis struck in 2008,… Read More ›
My reading notes on a book by Susan Fowler and Berrett-Koehler (2017). Consultant Susan Fowler explains how managers can unlesh the maximum potential of individuals without the need to resort to old fashion carrot-and-stick approach which most likely to create… Read More ›
One man’s escape from North Korea. An escapee shares the brutal, vivid details of his 36 years in North Korea. Masaji Ishikawa’s brutally vivid memoir of life in North Korea depicts sorrow, hunger, deprivation, cold and loss. This short and intense portrait which evokes the horrors… Read More ›
’15 thing you should give up to be happy, an inspiring guide to discovering effortless joy’
We argue because we are human.
While political and marital arguments have no bounds except those that combatants place on themselves, legal arguments have formal, structure rules. For example . . . Rules of evidence forbid lawyers to use arguments based on prior convictions or charges… Read More ›
“Marital arguments erupt when a conversion goes out of control – things being said that shouldn’t be said.”