10 books that I enjoyed reading this year

Reading books is one of those things that I hated most for almost 28 years. And I couldn't believe that now I am addicted to one of my biggest boring obsession. In another post, I'll share more on how to develop the discipline of "Interest" in something that you hate the most. Though my reading … Continue reading 10 books that I enjoyed reading this year

Book Review – The Lean Startup

The book - "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries is centered around the concept of the Validated Learning in startups. The journey from Startup to Enterprise is not that easy and structured thinking, organized decision making and right strategy is utmost important for the success. "Build-measure-learn feedback loop is the framework of thinking which brings … Continue reading Book Review – The Lean Startup

Book Review – The ONE Thing

I have been a multi-tasking and I am still is up-to some extent. But recently, I have experienced that dismissing the distractions and FOCUSING on the right few things will get you the desired result compare to chasing for several things.  To support my belief and getting to know more about the FOCUS, I have decided the pick this book and I can say it has certainly strengthened my belief for the FOCUS on the right few things and doing it really well rather chasing several things at the same time. 

Book Review: Finding My Virginity – an Autobiography of Richard Branson

If you know me and following me on my Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn, you should know that I have given myself a monthly challenge to read ( or Listen) at least one book in a month and which was started from August 2017 this year after following up to my previous year challenge of staying … Continue reading Book Review: Finding My Virginity – an Autobiography of Richard Branson