Book Review | Why I stopped wearing my Socks

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Entertaining and Inspiring Alok Kejriwal's debut book "Why I stopped wearing my socks" hits all the right notes. One of the early flagbearers of India's internet revolution, Alok chronicles his life story right from the time he started working under the tutelage of his maternal grandfather. I have read many autobiography type books where the … Continue reading Book Review | Why I stopped wearing my Socks

Book Review | Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Barking up the wrong tree book review

Book Review | Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 days

Side Hustle book review

A Practical Book for Newbie Hustlers The idea of side income is appealing. There is a reason why thousands of "I-will-teach-you-to-become-rich" bloggers exist. People happily pay $597 to subscribe to their online courses. (I have come across one that charges $597, many may charge even higher) The flip side is that a majority of these … Continue reading Book Review | Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 days

Book Review | Crushing it!

Crushing it book review

We live in incredible times when the whole rubric of traditional 9-to-6 jobs is eroding. People don't want to remain stuck in their cubicles for the rest of their lives. Social media has given people an escape hatch. You can amplify your hobbies and avocations, build a personal brand and earn a handsome income, too. … Continue reading Book Review | Crushing it!

Book Review | The Rise and Fall of Nations

The rise and fall of nations - Book Review

Ruchir Sharma in his debut book 'Breakout Nations' examined the emerging economies and their scrambling pursuit to break out into the big league. In his latest book 'The Rise and Fall of Nations', he draws the distinction between countries with good economic prospects and ugly ducklings of the world. Early on in the book, he … Continue reading Book Review | The Rise and Fall of Nations

Book Review | The Science of Selling

A well-researched Sales book that busts several myths and presents a fresh approach For years, the sales domain has lagged behind its more established counterparts - marketing, manufacturing, HR, and finance. Every year millions of dollars go into research in these areas. Sales, unfortunately, has not had the same trajectory. This could probably the reason … Continue reading Book Review | The Science of Selling