What I learnt from reading 30+ books in 2016!

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It is once again the end of the year. For many it is time for a new resolution, but for me it is a time to ruminate about the previous year.  Last year I read more than 25+ books, and this year I set out to read 35 books. But I could officially  complete only…

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Success is nothing but this…

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Success is a mind boggling subject. Some relentlessly follow it. They hope to somehow attain that ever elusive thing called success. Though many have with crooked means attained success, it is certainly not a permanent affair. Many people have attained success, and they have tried to word it according to their views. But a common…

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Vortex of Distraction

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Down the Rabbit Hole! Down the Rabbit Hole! The lines would probably remind you of Alice in Wonderland, but to me it reminds me of my own weakness of over indulgence in social media. It is a habit for many to visit Facebook and Twitter daily. But is it necessary? I think we have become…

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Meditations- Marcus Aurelius (Review)

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I read this book not long ago. It was one of the first Philosophical books that I read. In short Marcus book is a conglomeration of his own ruminations. It is addressed to himself most of the time.   The book is divided into 12 books. Each one primarily deals with one issue but it…

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One Minute Manager( Review)

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One minute manager was in my reading list for a long time. I decide I would read it as I noticed it was just a small book. The book is a must read for anyone in a management position. Keeping true to the one minute title, the book is brief, and important points of the…

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What Leaders Do- from Winning Jack Welch.

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Leaders relentlessly upgrade their team, using every encounter as an opportunity to evaluate, coach, and build self-confidence. You have to evaluate- making sure the right people are in the right jobs, supporting and advancing those who are, and moving out those who are not. You have to coach- guiding, critiquing, and helping people to improve…

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A new letter of Screwtape: A Review

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Dear Wormwood, You are well aware these stinking humans have gotten hold of my letters and they have published it in a nice little volume. It has been over 50 years since they published it, and they have been praising the letters for the frank exploration of Christianity in its varied hues. These vermin’s are…

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Do you want to reach the top? Review

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  I am ardent follower of Zig Ziglar’s Philosophy. If I help other people get what they want I can have everything you want. In other words this is the Golden Philosophy. I have read Over the Top, and I loved it. It really motivated me to change, and so I was curious to read…

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Free Online Personal Development Course:

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Change is difficult to make, not only for you, but for almost everyone. If you are going to make any positive changes in our lives, and you are not certain that you will be able to improve yourself then by all means a wise decision would be to join with some other person with the…

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Can you forget your first love? Eleanor & Park.

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I confess I didn’t have any great expectation for this book. I simply kind off wadded through the first few pages, but I was hooked by the relatively simple narrative. The chapters are divided between Eleanor and Park. This is an unusual format for a young adult novel. Park is an Asian kid who loves…

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