Hospitality presents a wonderful way to get to know other people—and what do people do when they get to know one another? They tell stories. Continue reading Book 88 of Year 2017 – “The Simplest Way to Change the World” by Dustin Willis and Brandon Clements
The tragedy is that, while waiting for great opportunities to come along, we miss out on a parade of good opportunities that march steadily by. Continue reading Book 87 of Year 2017 – “Dream Big, Think Small” by Jeff Manion
Most of us reap the rewards of sleep without realizing that sleep is the foundational element fuelling our health. Continue reading Book 86 of Year 2017 – “Sleep wise” by Daniel Jin Blum
What many don’t realize is that it’s the things no one sees that result in the things everyone wants. It’s the faithfulness to do mundane things well, to develop productive habits, and to remain faithful that eventually leads to success. Continue reading Book 85 of Year 2017 – “Divine Direction” by Craig Groeschel
Official Title – White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America Genre – Non Fiction Book Length – 192 pages Reading Time – 3 hours Style/ Plot – Joan writes about the various reasons the American White working class demographic feel alienated especially in the wake of the 2016 elections. She defines who the working class is (US citizens earning less than $20,000 per annum). The aim of … Continue reading Book 84 of Year 2017 – “White working class” by Joan C. Williams
Silicon Valley has always favored the young, since they are more likely to stay abreast of the newest computer science programs, but now, having to hire a lot of people for expanding companies, tech giants were seeking the self-taught. Continue reading Book 83 of Year 2017 – “Valley of the gods” by Alexandra Wolfe
The more our world becomes global (especially with migration and emerging technologies), it is foolish to think that what happens in a remote part of the world will not have an effect on the so-called rich countries.
Continue reading Book 82 of Year 2017 – “Should rich nations help the poor” by David Hulme
The 48-Hour Start-Up is an experiment in focus. If you just devote all of your energy to a task that has a simple and clearly defined goal, you can achieve in days what you previously thought would take years.
Continue reading Book 81 of Year 2017 – “48-hour Start up” by Fraser Doherty
To understand how we can get better outcomes, we need to more clearly understand how organisations rise, whey they often eventually struggle no matter their past success, and why they can fall. Continue reading Book 80 of Year 2017 – “That’s not how we do it here!” by John Kotter and Holger Rathgeber
Old habits die hard, and if you’re not careful, the person you used to be can overtake the person you’re trying to become. Continue reading Book 79 of Year 2017 – “ Unashamed” by LeCrae Moore
I enjoyed reading this book as Fauzia took the time to break down actions for authors who want to understand online marketing and how they identify and engage their audience.
Official Title – Hyena Genre – Non Fiction Book Length – 224 pages Reading Time – 5 hours Style/ Plot – This is some sort of autobiography of Jude’s life. Well, it actually is but I felt like he was jumping back and forth timespans. This is definitely not a book you should read on the tube or the train with anyone looking over your shoulder. It contains … Continue reading Book 77 of Year 2017 – “ Hyena” by Jude Angellini