Book Review: Deep Work

The author, Cal Newport, in the book Deep Work throws light on two types of work anyone can do: The whole book is about the importance of allocating more time from one’s work schedule to deep work and the strategies one can follow to increase their time allocation to deep work. He also discusses the … Read more

Book Review: Rework

Rework, authored by David Heinemeier Hansson(DHH) and Jason Fried, is a collection of business principles providing guidance at the individual as well as at the organizational level. The book has lots of advice for startups, those with an idea and still reluctant to implement it, and managers and individual contributors. The advice in the book … Read more

Book Review: Make Time

Make Time is a collection of tactics for getting the most important work done daily. It’s not about making your schedule super busy. It’s not about tactics for getting a lot of work done in a day. Instead, the authors stress on choosing 1 important work and giving that work uninterrupted time. I would say … Read more

Book Review: Steal Like an Artist

The author Austin Kleon shares 10 ideas for a content creator creating content in his book Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative. The author’s advice is relevant to all forms of content creators like videos, audio, blogs, paintings, and others. The title of the book might make you feel that the author … Read more

Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air

When breath becomes air is a book by Paul Kalanithi about his life, experiences, and his ordeal with a terminal illness. The book is very emotional, especially the Epilogue written by his wife. Tears flowed through my eyes and this makes more sense for someone who has in their life encountered life-threatening diseases or gone … Read more

Book Review: Everything Is Out of Syllabus

Everything Is Out of Syllabus is a book by Varun Duggirala who has worked in MTV and other media houses in the entertainment and media industry. In this book, he is trying to list out his experiences, his mistakes, his decisions, and how they shaped his life whilst laying out wisdom that one can incorporate … Read more

Book Review: The Almanack Of Naval Ravikant

My cousin gifted me this book which I long wished to read. This book is a collection of Naval Ravikant’s ideas, and thoughts he posted on multiple places like Twitter, his podcasts, interviews, and other places. Naval is a famous Angel investor based in the US and his interests lie in Science he believes in … Read more

Book Review: Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life

This book is all about secrets to longevity i.e living longer. The authors do a case study of people living in a place called Okinawa in Japan which has a higher average life expectancy than Japan and the world. Authors highlight ideas that contribute to increasing in the life expectancy some of which are: Focusing … Read more

Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck

The book The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson is a book about managing your problems and failures. I can aptly call this book a Problem Management manual. The author talks about looking at problems from a different perspective. A perspective where you want to solve them rather than avoid them. … Read more

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