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December 13, 2018

Today I will be reviewing 'The Art of War' by Sun Tzu. War is not as common in comparison to our recent history, but that does not mean we can't use the strategies of war in today's world. The Art of War uses adages formed in poetic nature to explain th...

December 11, 2018

Today I will be reviewing 'Understanding Human Nature' by Alfred Adler. Alfred Adler is among one of the most influential behavioural psychologists of his time. In this book, Adler assesses the factors that determine human nature to understand them more clearly...

November 29, 2018

Today I will be reviewing 'Financial Intelligence' by Karen Berman and Joe Knight. Being financially literate is rare in our world. We are taught many things in school, but only accountants and finance experts know this information in the business world. This b...

November 27, 2018

Today I will be reviewing 'The Courage to Be Disliked' by Ichiro Kishimi. The courage to take the burden of being disliked is difficult which is why many people refrain from it. This book explores through dialogue between a philosopher and student the trials of...

November 22, 2018

Today I will be reviewing 'Start Now, Get Perfect Later' by Robert Moore. Why do we delay what is best for us or that we know we need to do? Procrastination and perfectionism are usually two barriers that many people have to overcome and this book gives steps o...

November 20, 2018

Companies that focus on being great instead of being big appreciate the gift of running a business. Burlingham writes about fourteen companies that created businesses that thrived in their communities. The choice to remain great is a conscious choice, as Burlingham exp...

October 13, 2018

Hello, I am your host Aun Abdi and welcome to the monthly One Minute Book Review podcast, where I break down in more detail the books that I have read and reviewed in the previous month. In this months episode, the month of September I reviewed, A Little History of E...

October 13, 2018

The letters of Seneca to his student Lucillius speak of the reasons why this is the case. The topics of the letters range from friendship, wealth, the world and eventually to death. The topics discussed are broad and filled with complexity to show the reader the depth...

October 13, 2018

Writing a book can be daunting whether it is your first or your tenth. The steps are unclear without proper guidance from professionals. This is where this book fills that role. It gives prospective writers the knowledge necessary to plan, prepare, write and publish th...

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