The ability to know what to ask and how to ask is a crucial life skills and this book is a great help on that. Former CNN anchor and White House correspondent Frank Sesno spent his career asking questions. Based… Read More ›
A book by philanthropy expert Kathleen Kelly Janus which bases her research on the best practices of America’s most successful nonprofits. And she derives her compelling sections on ideas testing and experimenting from the funding models of innovators in the tech sector. She… Read More ›
The mobile formula = BODY + SPIRIT + MIND
I would rate the book at 6/10★. A lovely read.
Book Title: The Way to Wealth by Benjamin Franklin A little bit about the author: Benjamin Franklin, born in 1706 is a Founding Father of the United States. He was a statesman, revolutionary, author, inventor, scientist, firefighter and chess master. … Read More ›
I would rate this book around 6/10. A good for a quick read, but in overall , it’s not that interesting.
ever become too comfortable in your job – If you feel that you’re in an easy rut, strive to find and take on new challenges. Remember this basic truth: “The status quo is your enemy.”
“Lucky people take advantage of chance occurrences that come their way.” They don’t go through life “on cruise control,” according to Tina Seelig, executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. In her view, lucky people make their own luck unless of… Read More ›
This great read is by John Lanchester, who is the author of the best-selling expose of the 2008 crisis, I.O.U.: Why everyone owes everyone and no can pay.
My book review on Eve Poole’s Capitalism’s Toxic Assumption, redefining next generation economics. Classical assumptions on competition, pricing mechanism, and other elements of capitalism find little support among modern theories of market economics. For example, game theory emphasized the importance… Read More ›