• Outlive by Peter Attia - Summary and Notes

    Outlive – Peter Attia

    Date Read: September 06, 2023. Rating: 9 / 10

    I learnt so much from this book. It's a great (and long) read on how to improve your overall health span – an objective that Peter lays out for Medicine 3.0. I took away lot of fundamental knowledge on improving my health from this book and more importantly to not lose track of also caring for emotional health.

  • Good Strategy Bad Strategy by Richard Rumelt - Summary and Notes

    Good Strategy Bad Strategy – Richard Rumelt

    Date Read: August 24, 2022. Rating: 8 / 10

    A classic strategy book. Easy to read and this would be my first recommendation for someone who wants to build a strong base in strategic thinking. This book is covered with a plethora of examples where organizations failed at their strategy, and where some excelled.

  • Understanding Michael Porter by Joan Magretta - Summary and Notes

    Understanding Michael Porter – Joan Magretta

    Date Read: August 24, 2022. Rating: 8 / 10

    Absolutely loved this book. I came in looking to understand Porter's Five Forces better, and I left with spending more time on his fundamental ideas on strategy.

  • Inspired by Marty Cagan - Summary and Notes

    Inspired – Marty Cagan

    Date Read: April 10, 2022. Rating: 9 / 10

    If you're new to the field of product management in tech – read this book! You can thank Marty later for all the time that he saved you in helping you build right product, picking the right companies to build at and much much more. Some of the advice may be hard to implement in the real world but it's good to be aware of it subconciously.

  • Book Notes - Nonviolent Communication by Marhsall B. Rosenberg

    Nonviolent Communication – Marhsall B. Rosenberg

    Date Read: January 31, 2021. Rating: 8 / 10

    Title comes across as strong but this book has many gems in how to communicate that can not only help in personal relationships but also professional.

  • Book Notes - Build a Career in Data Science

    Build a Career in Data Science – Emily Robinson, Jacquelin Nolis

    Date Read: January 24, 2021. Rating: 6 / 10

    If you're looking for a comprehensive understanding for one of the more exciting fields in technology – this book should help. Also has interesting info for general career related topics that can apply to other fields.

  • Key Takeaways from Morgan Housel's Psychology of Money

    Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel

    Date Read: January 03, 2021. Rating: 9 / 10

    Morgan Housel defines 'Psychology of Money' as "a soft skill where how you behave is more important than what you know." It's been one of my favorite books of 2020. From exploring what wealth/money means to us, to why we make decisions managing our finances. There's a lot of broad wisdom shared in this book and the principles can definitely help people reading it improve their behaviors/outlook on personal finance.