Scott Galloway gives a no-holds-barred lowdown on the Big Four, companies that dominate their respective industries, leading to some undesirable consequences.
If you thought you’ve read this book before, you thought correctly. Much of the material in Yes! seems to be drawn from Robert Cialdini’s book, Influence.
I read The Man in the High Castle eons ago but wanted to re-read it to jog my memory after watching Season 1 of the Amazon Original series that was adapted from this book.
A good guide for self-learners, this book contains techniques for speed reading and note taking as well as useful tips on how to build your confidence so that you can become a more agile learner.
What makes the Fat Man dilemma so fascinating is that you can come up with an endless permutations of scenarios for various philosophical discussions.
A large portion of what was written (and how it was written) by Michael Gerber in The E-Myth Revisited reminded me of Robert Kiyosaki, and not in a good way. As with Kiyosaki’s fictitious “rich dad”, Gerber makes up characters in the book who lay massive compliments on his ideas. In return, he also compliments… Read More »