The Color Q model outlined in this book is similar to the color types mentioned in Surrounded by Idiots (or perhaps it should be the other way around, since Career Match was published much earlier), minus the hyperbole and the unsubstantiated claims made by Thomas Erikson in his much-hyped book. The author essentially gave a… Read More »
Looking at the cover design of Spy The Lie, you might have thought this book is like Thomas Erikson’s “Surrounded by…” series. But any similarity stops here. Unlike Surrounded by Idiots and all other spin-offs, the content in Spy The Lie is grounded on some solid scientific methodologies, not pure conjectures. Unlike the “real-life examples”… Read More »
Don’t read Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity, unless you’ve read The Four because this is essentially The Four 2.0, with a central theme of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Big Four and businesses in general. The book is chock full of astute observations on the economy and the growing power of… Read More »
Many of the political maneuverings described in A Nation Cheated are still going on in broad daylight in this day and age but many people either chose to turn a blind eye or tried to put forth all sorts of justifications for their occurrence. Author Chee Soon Juan must have struck a nerve because the… Read More »
Most of the stories in Screw Business as Usual are inspiring, but some parts of the book were narrated through Branson’s rose-tinted glasses.
If you treat reading as a utilitarian exercise, you will love this book. With practice, you can probably attain a level of rapid reading that’s fast without losing comprehension. But reading is sometimes fun if you take a moment to savour and reflect on the written word. Certainly, most people can read faster if they… Read More »