Book Reviews

Book Review: FOCUS by Daniel Goleman

Book Review: FOCUS by Daniel Goleman

× The year has just begun and what better way to begin it than by reading a book that speaks to one of those very[…]

Book Review: Originals by Adam Grant

Book Review: Originals by Adam Grant

× Adam Grant explores the concept of originality and how people, organizations and parents can nurture originality. As a parent, I was drawn to his[…]

Book Review: Creating room to read by John Wood

Book Review: Creating room to read by John Wood

× There are good people in this world, who are committed to improving the lives of other people. John Wood is such a man, and[…]

Book Review: David & Goliath by Malcom Gladwell

Book Review: David & Goliath by Malcom Gladwell

× Do you sometimes worry and doubt yourself? Do you think that you are physically weak, doubt your intellectual prowess, ceaselessly curse your unfortunate background?[…]

Book Review: I Moved Your Cheese by Deepak Malhotra

Book Review: I Moved Your Cheese by Deepak Malhotra

× What is change? This question will no doubt draw many responses. Some will say change is an unavoidable phenomena, while some will argue that[…]

Book Review: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

Book Review: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

× Others have friends who call them over when they have ice cream, others when they have braai, and others when they have alcohol. So[…]

Book Review: The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks

Book Review: The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks

× Its official, Nicholas Sparks and George RR Martin author of the books where we got Game of thrones are not my favourite authors. We[…]

Book Review: THE STRATEGIST by Cynthia A Montgomery

Book Review: THE STRATEGIST by Cynthia A Montgomery

× Why does my company/ business matter in the society? What differentiates it from the other same companies? What’s the unique selling points besides low[…]