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reviewed Steve Jobs (book). January 25, 2012
Steve Jobs
This is a book that has many layers to it. Hence, after the initial review (Think Different! which was featured on Lunch), I decided to do another one that focused more on the business aspect of …
reviewed Steve Jobs (book). January 15, 2012
posted in Inspirations
Steve Jobs
The life of legendary Steve Jobs was filled with twists and turns, ups and downs which are probably best described by the author Walter Isaacson (who was commissioned by Jobs personally before his death …
reviewed What Every American Should Know About.... November 22, 2010
What Every American Should Know About The Middle East
I've enjoyed Melissa Rossi's series of "What Every American Should Know About XXX" over the years. Every single book of hers is an eye opener and unlike the newspapers or magazines, …
reviewed Agenda for a new economy: From Phanto.... August 12, 2010
Agenda for a new economy. From Phantom Wealth to Real Wealth.
This is a book which I thought warrants a second reading. It is however,  a book which may only pave the way for a new way of thinking rather than a new way of life. Having said that, everything …
reviewed Robert Pino. November 30, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Robert Pino
About Robert Pino: http://www.robertpino-cfg.com/pino.htm      I chanced upon Robert Pino while doing a review on Barbara DeAngelis. Haven't read any of his books nor do I …
reviewed Michael J. Fox. November 29, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Michael J. Fox
Family Ties was the TV sitcom where we were first introduced to Michael J. Fox. You either love Alex Keaton or you hate him. Either way, he was captivating & he had a way with him which even at his …
reviewed Oriah. October 31, 2009
posted in Inspirations
             The Invitation It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living.   I want to know what you ache for   and if you …
reviewed Barbara De Angelis. October 19, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Barbara DeAngelis
She's one of the few author who actually made me cried in public. Yes, you heard me right, in a Starbuck cafe in Vancouver, really. I was reading her book "Real Moments" when that happened.    …
reviewed A Course in Miracles. October 19, 2009
posted in Inspirations
A course in miracles
Transform and see it with a different eye. That's what forgiveness is to be perceived in order to release oneself from its chain. This is what the course tries to teach each and everyone one of us.   …
reviewed Marianne Williamson. October 19, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson is a great writer, but she's an even better public speaker!  I enjoyed her books (esp. Enchanted Love), I devoured her lectures and seminars. And I've read a great many …
reviewed Richard Bach. October 17, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Richard Bach
He is provocative, he is hypnotizing, he is inspirational. He is Richard Bach!      I was first introduced to Richard Bach's writing in 2004. A guy I met on my trip to Antarctica …
reviewed Enchanted Love. September 30, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Enchanted Love
What is love? Define it and you still can't quite say that is love. A great many have tried defining it. A great many have written about it, sang about it and even fought and died for it. So, exactly …
reviewed John Gray. September 09, 2009
posted in Inspirations
John Gray
40 million copies of books sold worldwide. Going from monk to studying psychology to help his brother who suffered from bipolar (manic depressive), he began his journey of helping his loved ones and many …
reviewed Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Ven.... September 08, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Men Are from Mars
Ok, it's not chocolates nor is it a nightclub! You'd think it's sweet like chocolate or exciting as a club! Well, you are wrong... it's more like sweat and a lot of hard work involved!   …
reviewed The Five Love Languages: How to Expre.... September 08, 2009
posted in Inspirations
5 languages
This is one book which I read only as recently as 2 years ago. This is one of the most recent in a series of self help books I've read over the last 2 decades. As with John Gray's famous book …
reviewed Self Improvement Books. September 08, 2009
posted in Inspirations
Self Help
In the early 80s, I was into pop music and couldn't live a day without listening to my favorite artists.   In the late 80s, I was very into films and the notion of romance.   In the …
reviewed The Extreme Future: The Top Trends Th.... September 04, 2009
The Extreme Future: The Top Trends That Will Reshape the World for the Next 5, 10, and 20 Years
The Top Trends that will reshape the world in the next 20 years!      Alas, I don't even know about my own future in the next 20 months, let alone 20 years! James Canton is convincingly …
reviewed Thomas Friedman. August 13, 2009
The author
Mr. Thomas Friedman is one of a kind. He has the knack for making complicated issues simple and boring issues interesting. One of the most intelligent and informed person around, he’s surprisingly …
reviewed The World is Flat. August 13, 2009
The World is Flat
I created another data point for this as this is not really (not quite) a review about the book, but rather what's available and out there after the book has been published. It's more about a …
reviewed The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Underst.... August 13, 2009
The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding
The Lexus and the Olive Tree is a book published just before the turn of the Millennia. It is a book that generally try to explain the globalization and its effects; a concept which was very popular in …
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