Reading books was not right up my alley until recently. I used to read, but one or two books rarely. I was always curious to know how some people read lots of books even they are busy. It kept me thinking. I should find out and slowly adopt that habit. The trick is that I read about 25-30 pages every day. I started with ten pages daily and increased up to 30 pages. This is working out great for me. You should try it too. I have dedicated this space of my website to log those books that I read and share my feedback with you.
Author: Connie Dieken My colleague recommended me this book, and I listened to the audio version of it. Unlike other motivational books, this book truly gave me valuable advice. As the title says, this book emphasizes “how to say more talking less.” It is a book to improve your communication skills, and the author presents a lot of great tips
Author: Jason Kelly This is an excellent book for beginners who are keen to learn investing and to understand stock markets from the bottom up. The author Jason takes you nicely into the fundamentals concepts, ratios, reading charts, a stream of advice from successful fund managers including top brains like Warren Buffet, Benjamin Graham, and Charlie Munger. Before reading this
Author: Eric Ries After constantly hearing about lean startup ideas, methods in the startup world, and the recommendation from my colleagues, I read this book. If I have to sum up a few words on this book, here is what I would say, “with this book, the author Eric Ries makes an excellent attempt to introduce Toyota’s popular lean manufacturing
Author: Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham Being a Product Owner myself, this book became one of my favorite ones quickly. Product-related books usually go over a lot of repeated contexts, saying the same thing in different ways. However, this book is written like a textbook but not entirely. It is all about the concept of 3 Vs – Vision, Value,
Author: Marty Cagan If you are a Product Manager, you may have heard about this book already. It is one of the popular books most silicon valley product managers recommend. If you haven’t read this book yet, I would highly recommend you to read it. Although it is subtitled as “How to build products customers love,” the author Marty Cagan
Authors: Aditya Agashe, Neel Mehta, Parth Detroja This book is a great read for those who need an overview of what’s happening in silicon valley, how products are built, dynamics within the companies, and competition for market share. It also reveals unbelievable facts and behind the curtain data war among the tech companies, including legacy utility companies turned ISPs who