August 25, 2019

Who should read?

  1. Those who keep coming back to an idea of writing, but are unable to shape it.

  2. Those who already write but don’t fully understand the structure/steps of creating fiction.

Research: James Patterson, Film Companion

Well, I am no expert in writing...

November 18, 2018

Who should read?

  1. Those who regularly feel guilty of falling short in their relationships, office deliverables etc.

  2. Those who work in corporates and don’t even know they are getting manipulated.

Research: Susan Forward and Neil Sattin

"IT" engineers build produ...

September 21, 2018

Who should read?

  1. Those who have made their resume and Google tips don’t feel enough

  2. Those who present papers but don’t get the desired results from them

This blog is not a course on effective business writing but will cover very pragmatic tips on how to appro...

May 30, 2018

Who should read?
1.    Those who keep trying to achieve their goals but can't reason out what’s happening?
2.    Those who journal but need more effective journaling tools to identify hidden barriers
Research: Dr. Pattrick Howell, and my mind;)This blog requi...

April 5, 2018

Research: Psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky, Dr. Pattrick Howell, and my mind;)

Who Should read?

  1. Those who go on vacations and still become unhappy after a week

  2. Those who find themselves cribbing on every third phone call about being unhappy

Let me endorse two th...

December 31, 2017

Who should read?

  1. Those who feel overwhelmed by presence of issues around them

  2. Those who think they don’t know how to prioritize

  3. Those who feel others are not using their advice

Different individuals respond differently to situations. Psychology journals...

October 6, 2017

Research: Simon Sinek, Brene Browne, M.R. Covey, and my mind;)

Who should read?

  1. Those who thought were the “pretenders” from my previous blog

  2. Those who want to understand how to apply something poetic like “trust” pragmatically

  3. Those who are often in the tr...

August 20, 2017

Who should read?

  1. Those who get intimated by people who claim to know it all

  2. Those who are in recruitment candidates (either kind; job, dates, marriage etc.)

With enough information available around: correct body language to lie, tricks of flirting, how t...

The book has statistics around US and India throwing comparison on single mothers who have to earn a living, number of women who drop out of careers etc. It is kept gender neutral with an aim to just highlight inherent bias in both men and women.

I have picked up my fav...

Who should read?

  1. Someone who is clocking 12-16 hrs at work

  2. Someone who is having trouble in fixing a routine due to higher amount of travel or requirement to operate in different shifts

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