A #book review of “Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas R. Hofstadter”. A polymath takes you on a magical journeyRead More #Book Review – Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas R. Hofstadter
Book review – An exquisite exploration of time by a very erudite and articulate author. Recommended reading for everyone!Read More Book Review – The order of time
A quick review of a short story collection by Sue Grafton, Detective fiction aficionados – take note!Read More Book Review – Kinsey and Me
A solid thriller by a debut author.Read More I am Pilgrim – Book review
A 3 word formula for finding fulfilment and depth in a world of distraction!Read More 3 magic words for your success!
It’s always beneficial to have our own personal, trusted coach to advice us on our performance anyday. How nice it would be if that trusted leader helped us understand how good a leader we are? Here’s the Tao Te Ching doing just that – the following two paragraphs are reproduced from Guy Leekley’s lovely translation […]Read More Leading – the Tao Te Ching way!
My review of a googler’s book on mindfulness. Enlightenment, data and tons of fun – its a must read!Read More A quick review of an unique book
The quality of trust we inspire directly influences the chances of success as well. Here’s a quick look at Covey’s framework which promises to help us inspire even more trust – so start reading!Read More If More trust equals More success, how can we inspire more trust? An amble through the Covey framework
Musings on Scott Adam’s recent book and some early results from trying his recommendations. Do systems work better than goals? Is personal energy the best metric? And such stuff…Read More Of Goals, Systems and Success metrics!
Some delightful, vintage Shel Siverstein. Beware, its sure to have you sporting a big goofy grin!Read More Delightful stuff – from a master of humor and poetry
A few months ago having travelled to attend a conference meet in Pune, I was pleasantly surprised to meet a colleague and a respected leader at the breakfast table. We got talking about various things and the topic drifted to leadership traits when he reminisced about an exercise from long ago where everyone had to […]Read More Takeaways from the wonderful “Steve Jobs” biography by Walter Isaacson
The other day, a few of us got together and the discussions moved on to how we would need to consistently work on ourselves to stay relevant in today’s fast moving world. A collegue Kartic pulled out a slender book “How Stella saved the farm“, and recommended we read it – this is a mini […]Read More Of farms, innovation and all that…