Category Archives: Book Review

Bag it all – The inspirational story of the Baggit founder

The book “Bag it all” is a story of Nina Lekhi who is the Founder, MD & Chief Design Curator, of Baggit India. This compelling story is a manifestation of how a simple belief in yourself can enrich you with enormous power to make things happen and run a successful business empire. “Follow your passion” and… Read More »

Hooked – How the addictive habit of social media interaction helps in creating successful products

Hooked is a delightful read as it exemplifies the combination of exoteric writing style and how companies leverage our impulsive behavior towards the social media to make successful products. It focuses on how products become a part of our lives via habits. Before we begin, here is one simple question. With the first lights of dawn,… Read More »

Why does the modern world under-appreciate late bloomers but worship young entrepreneurs and achievers?

This is an era of young entrepreneurs where people rave about the thriving culture of Start-ups. Everybody dreams to be successful at a young age now. However, are you someone who has still not found THE GOAL of life when you compare yourself with successful people of the same age? Are you still struggling to get… Read More »

Daring Greatly – How the courage to be vulnerable can transform our lives

The book Daring Greatly epitomizes a decade of research on vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame by Brene Brown, who is also a research professor at the University of Houston. The author describes vulnerability as uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure, but she further mentions that the biggest strength lies in accepting these things and daring greatly to… Read More »