Serve first, lead last by Frederick Littles is narrative non-fiction on the subject of servant leadership.
Me, My Mother and her Cancer by Shekhar Narang is a heart-wrenching as well as an inspiring story of the author's mother who battles against her breast cancer and emerges victoriously.
How to Be a Likeable Bigot by Naomi Datta has the characteristic tongue in cheek language and oodles of sharp wit sarcasm dripping on each page which would immensely entertain you.
The Art of Clear Thinking by Patrick King is a gem of a book that is filled with vital information to direct you toward clear thinking.
A Safari in the Equity World by Ritesh Dhoot is a surprisingly engaging read that resolves our doubts pertaining to investment in a light-hearted manner.
The Weight of a Cherry Blossom is an autobiographical account of the author penning down her experiences of growing as an adult.
7 Untold Secrets of Living Abroad by Karan Agrawal includes stories and secrets of real people, of 34 NRIs, in each of the twelve countries covered herewith.
In Japan Made Easy Sandeep Goyal goes on to explore Japan through 101 keywords which aptly describe it.
No Regrets: The Guilt-Free Woman's Guide to a Good Life by Kaveree Bamzai is a wonderfully written book on how we women must unapologetically live our lives.
Moment of Signal refers to the capacity to be conscious of yourself, others, and the environment. It is such moments which have a crucial role and a high value attached to them that has been talked about in this book.
Where Will Man Take Us? is an elaborate account of how mankind is impacted by the highly advanced automation. In the moment of expeditiously changing landscape, how far we'll go?
I never thought that a non-fiction book could be interesting but this one has broken my mental barriers. I was bound to love it for its unique content and fantastic narrative. Read the full review here.
Traditional eating habits are a delicious roadmap to a happier, healthier, kinder you. This book is an amalgamation of many of those old-school ideas that modern nutrition is now trying to catch up with.
Being a non-fiction book, it is difficult for every reader to strike a chord with it. Moreover, the book is more suitable for people belonging to the working class. However, to gain an insight into the importance of innovation at workplaces this book could be read.
Are you fed up of your professional failure? Does you effort go in vain? Do you really wish to achieve corporate success? Then, go for this book!