A short and simple book to effective thinking, with examples and how-tos. My personal favorite. *** Who needs to read this book? University students in any years, job seekers, and basically everyone who wants to be a better thinker. What did it tell me? The geniuses of the world are not a special breed - … Continue reading The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking
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First Challenger’s Credo, Intelligent Naivety
I bought Eating the Big Fish book from a discounted shelf at American Book Store. This book was on my e-reader, unfortunately, my conventional senses were not stimulated by a business book on kindle. So, I started flipping pages made out of dead trees on my flight back 5 days ago. And I found this interesting … Continue reading First Challenger’s Credo, Intelligent Naivety
Show Your Work: Please, young creatives, read this.
"For artists, the great problem to solve is how to get oneself noticed." - Honore de Balzac Who need to read this book? People who want to: Get his/her stuff out there, get noticed and finding an audience. What did it tell me? In the internet era, there are various ways to get your … Continue reading Show Your Work: Please, young creatives, read this.
Laws of Simplicity: Subtract the obvious, add meaning.
Who need to read this book? People who have the interest to simple design, technology, and life. What did it tell me? Modern humans are looking for a simpler way of living. With the rapid development of technology, our world is (uncomfortably) full. These days, people not just buy, but love, designs that can make … Continue reading Laws of Simplicity: Subtract the obvious, add meaning.
Four reasons why you always start with WHY, from Simon Sinek
This writing is for people who want to be a leader. Whether you are starting your own business or helping other with their businesses, you definitely want to lead. Because, by being great leaders you will win (i.e., able to influence more people, having loyal followers, gain more profits, and sustaining all of those benefits … Continue reading Four reasons why you always start with WHY, from Simon Sinek