Stein on Writing has got to be one of the best how-to books available on boosting writing skills A man of formidable reputation, Sol Stein went into the publishing business in 1953. Over the years, he edited the works of such marquee authors as James Baldwin, Elia Kazan, George Orwell and many more. He also … Continue reading Book Review | Stein on Writing
Last week I published a post on the famous bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki's ideas on attaining a money mindset. Wealth creation is not Kiyosaki's only bailiwick. He speaks and writes a lot about success and education, too. His scathing views of the school education repel many proponents who look at educational institutions as sources of … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom | Robert Kiyosaki on Success and Education
If you even hold a cursory interest in the field of personal finance, there is no chance you wouldn't have heard of Robert Kiyosaki. His internationally bestselling book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" has sold over 32 million copies in over two decades since it was first published. The success of Rich Dad Poor Dad catapulted … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom | Robert Kiyosaki on Money
I was summoned for a face time with the super-boss. A towering figure, he stood over 6 ft tall, had blood-shot eyes and carried a fierce reputation. As I entered his cabin, I saw him tapping away at his laptop. Can't say he was sitting in his chair. He was half-slumped in it. I cleared … Continue reading The Power of Saying NO at Workplace
Without a doubt, artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most important new technologies in the world, with the power to create entirely new industries and professions. Stanford professor Andrew Ng, in fact, has called AI “the new electricity” for its potential world-changing possibilities. So it’s perhaps only natural to ask: What impact will AI … Continue reading Will AI Make Libraries Go Extinct?
If you have not thought about it, you should. This is akin to the life insurance question. What happens to your family if you pass away? Gone are the days when an email account purely worked as an alternative to snail mail. People saving money on expensive voice calls and writing long emails instead to … Continue reading What happens to your Gmail if you pass away?