Book: Elephants and Cheetah

I had decided in December 202 that this year (2021) I'll not buy any new book. This is because I already have enough backlog to clear for the whole year. However, when I decided that, it was with one exception. I had already pre-ordered a book in late Dec 2020 which was going to arrive... Continue Reading →

Doughnut Economics

I recently came across this interesting TED talk by the Oxford Economist Kate Raworth on the sustainable, regenerative and distributive economies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhcrbcg8HBw Here is a longer version of her idea "Doughnut Economics" where she beautifully explains constraints or shortcomings of the Economics of the 20th Century. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZnyZuiesMY A few years back I had written a... Continue Reading →

21 Days of Intense Book Reading

I have been away for a while because of lots of chaotic things happening at my place. So didn't blog as frequently for the last few weeks/month. Now I am back! During this period I also lost sheen of my other precious habit of reading. Some research claimed that it takes 21 days to build... Continue Reading →

Mathematics Is Fun!

I like Mathematics and Puzzles and Problem Solving from very young age. Even today I dabble with many puzzles in my free time and I am in fact working on a book of puzzles (well, I am ashamed of saying so, because it's in the making for last 2+ years). Puzzles, riddles etc, if used... Continue Reading →

Atomic Habits by James Clear

One of the interesting books I read this year is Atomic Habits by James Clear. Actually I am not a big fan of self-help, self-improvement books. Certainly not the TED Talk type preaching. And yet there are few individuals I follow and learn from. I liked Mark Manson's blog and also his book "The Subtle... Continue Reading →

Happy World Book Day!

Today is World Book Day - birthday of William Shakespeare. Here are some interesting quotes and pics for the day... Each book you read is a minor software upgrade for your brain. "Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything" — Plato A statue... Continue Reading →

Book: Marketing Warfare

I am an Engineering student who went on to pursue MBA. Mathematics is my most favourite subject. I have always been a maths/science/engineering/logic kind of person. Even during MBA I liked the subjects which were extensions of the above i.e quantitative methods, business statistics, accounting and finance. Because those were concrete and deterministic subjects. However... Continue Reading →

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