By Jonathan Haidt (2006)
Pages: 243, Final verdict: Must-read
How should we live our life in order to be happy? The Happiness Hypothesis is
the first book by psychologist Jonathan Haidt, today a professor of business
ethics at New York University and an expert in the field of psychology concerned...
By Cal Newport (2012)
Pages: 230, Final verdict: Great-read
Is following our passion bad advice when choosing a career? Cal Newport believes
so. So Good They Can't Ignore You is all about the idea that doing our job right
matters more than having the right job.
Cal Newport, a professor...
By Ryan Holiday (2016)
Pages: 220, Final verdict: Great-read
Did you ever think you are the best in the world? If yes, it's very likely you
were suffering from a big ego and you got hurt because of it. This is the
opinion Ryan Holiday, author of Ego is the...
By Paul Kalanithi (2016)
Pages: 225, Final verdict: Great-read
What makes life worth living in the face of death? This is the question asked by
Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon diagnosed with cancer at age 36. When Breath
Becomes Air is Kalanithi's powerful, unfinished memoir, written during the time
By Angela Duckworth (2016)
Pages: 333, Final verdict: Should-read
Who is successful and why? Be it in the classroom, the sports arena or in the
military, we've all encountered people who are "special", "natural" or
"geniuses". Is success really defined by your I.Q and your innate abilities? Or