What are the key ideas that you can takeaway from books? Bookedforlife sieves ‘takeaways’ from books to provide you with some food for thought. A literary lifestyle seeks inspiration from literature, books and culture and we present it to you in an easy to read manner. All this is of course, filtered according to our unique point of view!
While the skill of being able to do deep work is decreasing, its importance in today’s economy is increasing manifold. But, it’s still not too late to harness the power of deep work! Deep Work- Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport takes the reader into the intricacies of deep work.
The ever-elusive work-life balance for women is a universal issue, and many books explore the its dynamics. Here, we look at Lean In, a classic by Sheryl Sandberg and compare it with the lessons we can learn from women scientists at ISRO. Unlikely contenders? Well, read on to see….
The Dry fasting miracle is a simple modern guide to the age-old practice of fasting. Coming from holistic lifestyle coach Luke Coutinho, the book takes you on a journey to rediscover ancient practices that still find relevance in our lifestyles.
Most of us scan the news the first thing in the morning, and maybe even multiple times in a day. What if you get to know that the quality of your life will actually improve if you stop reading the news?
Business in the new age demands a reset mindset. Following old systems is akin to driving ahead while looking in the rear-view mirror. Rajesh Srivastava presents a curated and comprehensive lowdown on The New Rules of Business.
As we reel under the pressure of addiction to gadgets, let’s explore the age-old tradition of reading and storytelling.
Who does not love a good party? Great to attend one, and even better to host one! In Party like a Star, Shilarna Vaze takes us through the steps that are non-negotiable when it comes to hosting great gatherings!
The Bhagavad Gita translated by Bibek Debroy is a heartfelt attempt to bring the richness of this ancient text to modern readers.
Financial Affairs of The Common Man: Master the Art of Personal Finance Management by Anil Lamba is almost like a godsend in this day of conflicting information.
Pico Iyer takes the reader with him on a journey to Japan. Be prepared, you may begin to read wanting to know more about a place, and you’ll realize that you’ve probably discovered a bit of your own spirit….