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The interaction impact

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Mumbai, 30+ degree celsius, bustling with thousands of people, noise along with a plethora of smells. All of my senses were alive and overloaded on this Saturday afternoon. My...

Tripwire (Jack Reacher #3) by Lee Child

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My Rating of “Tripwire (Jack Reacher #3)” by Lee Child: 6 / 10 This is the third of Child’s books that I have read and started in sequence. Although I...

This is Marketing by Seth Godin

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My Rating of “This is Marketing” by Seth Godin: 7 / 10 This is another great book from Seth Godin to add to the collection. I’m not a marketer however I have...

Cycling and Perspective

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Fifteen months ago I moved closer to central London. As part of the new location I was able to subscribe to the Santander Bike Rental scheme (aka Boris Bikes, given Boris Johnson...

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

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My Rating of “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg: 8 / 10 This was another book that has been on my “to-read” bookshelf for quite sometime. I must admit I finally...

The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande

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My Rating of “The Checklist Manifesto” by Abul Gawande: 6 / 10 The Checklist Manifesto has been on my “to read” bookshelf for far too long. It was...

Every Day is Extra by John Kerry

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My Rating of “Every Day is Extra” by John Kerry: 9 / 10 It is quite funny after finishing this book to realise that the title “Every Day is Extra” is a...

Becoming by Michelle Obama

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My Rating of “Becoming” by Michelle Obama: 10 / 10 Earlier this year I read Peter Slevin’s book on Michelle Obama. This book was published just prior to the end...

Public Speaking and riding a bicycle

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What does riding a bike have to do with public speaking?...

I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

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My Rating of “I Am Pilgrim” by Terry Hayes: 10 / 10 This past twelve months has seen my intake of fiction rise dramatically. Of all the fiction I have read so far this...