Ride of a Lifetime is easily one of the best business books one can read and relate to. The most fascinating thing about the book is that Robert Iger started at the bottom, worked in the same company for over 30 years, and went on to become the CEO. Humble beginnings: Robert Iger started at … Continue reading The Ride of a Lifetime – Bob Iger
COVID 19 - What is the good news for kids in India? On February 9, 2020 pre-COVID, I had written a post on Global Village and Aspirational India where we talked about India being aspirational and how technology makes it a level playing field. During the start of the COVID crisis, people including Bill Gates … Continue reading COVID 19 – What is the good news for kids in India?
Silapathikaram (The Ankle Bracelet) is a tamil epic written by Ilango Adigal, a Tamil poet and the brother of king Senguttuvan, who ruled over the western coast of South India. Silapathikaram was written 1500 years ago (5th-6th century AD). Usually, Tamil epics begin with a ‘blessing song’ and Silapathikaram begins by praising the kindness and … Continue reading Silapathikaram – Lesson in the 6th Standard Tamil Text Book
Yuval Noah Harari wrote the Sapiens and after reading Sapiens, my friend Faheem Moosa recommended that I read his other two books as well. I was looking for a paperback copy and because of the quarantine and lockdown downloaded a copy from my Kindle. Having read Yuval’s earlier book, it was easy to read and … Continue reading 21 Lessons for the 21st Century – Yuval Noah Harari