By Adam Grant (2016)
Pages: 326,Final verdict: Should-read
How can someone overthrow a dictatorship, fight for a paradigm shifting change
at the CIA or create the next billion dollar company? What do originals and
non-conformists have in common and how can we get inspired by them?
In an effort...
By Viktor Frankl (1946)
Pages: 154,Final verdict: Should-read
Can suffering provide a meaning for one's life? In the cruel setting of World
War II concentration camps where Viktor Frankl was imprisoned, he found a
meaning to his suffering, as recounted in his 1946 book Man's Search For Meaning
By Malcolm Gladwell (2000)
Pages: 259, Final verdict: Great-read
Why all the fuss about the new fashion in town? Trends and ideas grow, but
sometimes they spread like a virus at an incredible pace and range - making us
wonder what is so special about this particular trend that made...
By Neil Strauss (2015)
Pages: 448, Final verdict: Great-read
Committing to a beloved partner and promising to spend their lives together
might come natural for some people. For some others, it is not so easy.
Especially in today’s relationship dynamics, one could easily find themselves
* Is it possible...
By Dale Carnegie (1936)
Pages: 264, Final verdict: Must-read
Have you been hearing a lot about emotional intelligence lately? One could think
this is a recent concept, by the way it is discussed nowadays, but Dale Carnegie
already approached many of the issues of using your emotions for effective