The road to success is never easy. Champions invest thousands of hours of hard work and see off numerous failures to cultivate a winning attitude. However, without integrity and discipline as two cornerstones, a champion's stay on the top could be short-lived. Over the years, we have been witness to numerous stories of heroes falling … Continue reading Book Review | Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever
Book review of Anisha Motwani's Storm the Norm. If you rue the scarcity of quality India-centric business books, then, read this one, you won't be disappointed.
Book review of Michael Brooks' 'At the Edge of Uncertainty'. In his book, Michael Brooks unveils 11 discoveries where scientists have really pushed the envelope.
Jog your imagination a little and envisage a sumptuous Swedish winter smörgåsbord replete with mouthwatering choices: a fine assortment of cold and hot foods and desserts, of course. It's an exaggerated analogy, but Umberto Eco's 'Inventing the Enemy' gives you a similar experience. 'Inventing the Enemy' compiles a diverse selection of Umberto Eco's essays and … Continue reading Book Review | Inventing the Enemy
Why don't we become the person we always want to be? Marshall Goldsmith, a leading executive coach and prominent leadership thinker poses this existential question to the readers of his new book "Triggers: Creating behavior that lasts". A moment of reflection could throw up a typical admission: our plain inability to live up to the … Continue reading Book Review | Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be
Book review of Ronnie Screwvala's 'Dream with your eyes open'. Ronnie's transparency and evenness win you over even as he discusses something so hackneyed as integrating innovation and disruption into an organization's DNA.