Leaves you with more than it claims – Review of “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom

“Tuesdays with Morrie: An old man, a young man, and life’s greatest lesson” I believe the title of the book is understated – an old man, yes! A young man, yes! Life’s greatest lesson, no! But life’s many great lessons. The book very cleverly hooks up the interest from the beginning when it starts plotting … Continue reading Leaves you with more than it claims – Review of “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom

Not so winged! – Review of “Wings of Fire” by Arun Tiwari

This book was recommended to me by a senior professor of a very reputed university. I bet he himself has not read it, 'cause if he would have, then he wouldn't have recommended it. This is one of those books that sail in the bestsellers because of such recommendations. I wonder how this book even … Continue reading Not so winged! – Review of “Wings of Fire” by Arun Tiwari

Are you ready to heed the omens to your purpose? – Review of ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho

I had been looking forward to read 'The Alchemist' for a very long time till I finally decided to buy it. Before I begin, let me tell you this is one of the books which I read word-to-word in the past couple of weeks (And I recommend you to do the same, if you intend … Continue reading Are you ready to heed the omens to your purpose? – Review of ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho

Book review: Road To Success

Before we talk about the book, let me give a brief description about its author, Napolean Hill. He was born in a poor uneducated family. His step mother, who was an educated lady, traded a gun for a typewriter and taught him how to use it. He started writing wonderful articles and stories from the … Continue reading Book review: Road To Success

Book review: The 5 pillars of leadership

Every leader has options and choices. While some leaders hesitate to take a firm decision towards which path to follow, it is the effective leaders that not only take these important decisions but also bridges the leadership gap between them and their team. In successfully defining what steps these effective leaders follow, Paul J. Meyer … Continue reading Book review: The 5 pillars of leadership

Book review: Six attitudes for winners

The author of an international bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale brings another exciting book for his readers titled Six Attitudes For Winners. The book focuses on the six attitudes which Dr. Peale feels are essential to be a winner. Some of these traits include being positive, being enthusiastic, being confident and a few others … Continue reading Book review: Six attitudes for winners

Book review: The Basics of Success

Whenever we talk about success, we always talk about some basic traits, some specific habits which are followed by those who taste success. Tim Connor in his book, The Basics of Success, attempts to do the same. He lists out some of the basics which he thinks are prerequisite to getting success. The book is a short … Continue reading Book review: The Basics of Success

Book review: Read and get rich

Read & get rich, penned by Burke Hedges, is a book that highlights what are the benefits that reading can bring in your life. According to the author, "When you read more books and read better books, then, just as night follows day, you will get richer in all areas of your life." Burke begins the book … Continue reading Book review: Read and get rich