As usual, time always flies. We are almost in the second month of 2018!
I hope that you have enjoyed the reading list of January 2018. Please give feedback by emailing me on firstname.lastname@example.org!
I am publishing reading list February 2018 below.
Reading List: February 2018
- Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
Founder of Nike, Phil Knight, talks about his journey with Nike. An inspiring true story of a giant brand which started with USD 50 loan from the founder’s father.
- Capital Without Borders by Brooke Harrington
Brooke Harrington got into the world of wealth managers to figure out private banking world and share her invaluable insights about the industry.
- Empire by Niall Ferguson
Great book about British Empire on which sun never set at one point! Reading the book will enhance one’s vision to understand current conflicts in Asia, Africa and Middle East.
- Start with Why by Simon Sinek
Genres: Business, Leadership
Author argues that any initiative should start with a good reason rather than a materialistic short term target. Not only good reasoning helps companies and individuals to succeed, but more importantly to sustain for long term. Readers will find plenty of real-life examples from Apple and Google.
- Who moved my cheese? by Dr Spencer Johnson
Genres: Business, Psychology
A book to read in an hour, but to stay with you for a life time. It is a story of two mice and two men in a maze who are after their cheese. Their attitude towards change is highly affected by their backgrounds. It is a good guide on how to deal with change.
All the best from Singapore.