By Steven Pressfield (2012)
Pages: 165, Final verdict: Should-read
We know it already, we go through it, we suffer from it - a creative "block"
does not leave anyone out. The more important the goal of our life we aim to
achieve, the bigger setbacks we face. A paradox, right?...
By William Zinsser (1976)
Pages: 320, Final verdict: Great-read
Imagine you strive to improve your writing skill. You wonder where to start,
from whom to take advice. How would you feel if I told you there is a book about
writing written by a long-time journalist, by an esteemed teacher...
By Clayton M. Christensen (2012)
Pages: 221,Final verdict: Should-readClayton Christensen is one of world's most
acclaimed business thinkers, famous for his theory on innovation published in
the book The Innovators Dilemma. But How Will You Measure Your Life is not a
business book. It is a book on how...
By Chip Heath and Dan Heath (2007)
Pages: 290, Final verdict: Great-read
Why do some ideas thrive while others die? “A lie can get halfway around the
world before the truth can even get its boots on”, Mark Twain said. Urban
legends or conspiracy theories circulate fast, unlike many more...
By Dan Roam (2008)
Pages: 278,Final verdict: Should-read
How well can you draw? If you're like me, you assume that your artistic ability
was lost sometime between those kindergarten drawings of your family and the
first time you attempted to draw dead nature in middle school (seriously, what