Book Review | Pitch Anything

Pitch Anything book review

Book review of Oren Klaff's Pitch Anything. The task of deciphering a sales pitch, Klaff says, lies squarely with the croc brain, not with the analytical brain as many tend to think. You must first convince the croc brain of the merits of your pitch in order to fetch a substantial result.

Book Review | Man’s Search for Meaning

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Read this book. Count your blessings. Stop cribbing. People have suffered far worse Viktor Frankl's 'Man's Search for Meaning' is a book of epic proportions and that's no hyperbole. The library of Congress back in the '90s listed 'Man's Search for Meaning' as one of the ten most influential books in America and quite deservedly … Continue reading Book Review | Man’s Search for Meaning

Book Review | Life 3.0: Being human in the age of Artificial Intelligence

The most important conversation of our time involves Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what we do with this marvellous technology. Max Tegmark's new book "Life 3.0: Being human in the age of Artificial Intelligence" squarely addresses what needs to be done and how.

Book Review | This is not the end of the book

Book review of 'This is not the end of the book'. Jean Phillippe de Tonnac, the famous French novelist, facilitates a freewheeling chat between two bibliophiles: Umberto Eco, the late Italian literary maestro and Jean-Claude Carrière, the legendary French writer and academy award honoree.

Book Review | Makers and Takers: How Wall Street Destroyed Main Street

Book review of Rana Foroohar's 'Makers and Takers: How Wall Street destroyed Main Street'. She shows in her new book how financial greed came to disengage the economy of the vast majority of the population from the Wall Street economy - the economy that belongs to the top 1%.

Book Review | No Place to Hide

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Book review of Glen Greenwald's 'No Place to Hide'. Glenn Greenwald's 'No Place to Hide' is as audacious a book as it is nerve-racking. Largely a commentary on Snowden's revelations of the NSA's malpractices and the crumbling state of American journalism, 'No Place to Hide' shines an ugly spotlight on the devastating consequences of a state's paranoid obsession with its security apparatus.