Jeff Bezos doesn't need any introduction. Unless you have been stuck in a hypersleep pod for the last two decades, there is no way you won't have heard of him. In addition to owning the internet behemoth Amazon.com, Bezos also runs a rocket company called Blue Origin. I can hear you say - oh, rich … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom | Jeff Bezos
ately, I have been thinking a lot about rules and why we follow them. Like, why do we worry so much about following society’s rules? Who even imposed these rules on us? Why are they so freaking important? And then it hit me: Because we have been raised our whole lives to follow these rules. … Continue reading Break the Rules
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
My long-awaited trip to Barcelona materialized last week, and my love of books encouraged me to find the best literary destinations in the city. Barcelona’s unique and varied bookshops rarely get the top billing thanks to its other more prominent cultural attractions. These literary sanctums often get relegated and don’t feature at all on many … Continue reading A Bibliophile’s tour of Barcelona’s Literary Destinations
As Millenials, sometimes we feel like we are in a constant rush like if we aren’t successful by thirty we have failed life. That’s how much pressure this society has put on everyone. And I mean everyone because baby boomers feel that too. Yes, they are adults already, but that same feeling of constantly working … Continue reading Work to live or live to work?
Few books in the past century have had a more lasting impact than Viktor Frankl's 'Man's Search for Meaning'. Here are some of the most galvanizing quotes from the book: ©2018 BookJelly. All rights reserved