2020 Reading List

I love books. I've averaged about 15 books a year since 2015 when I decided to read one book every week for 15 weeks. That is when I realized two things: Consistency over intensity. It does not matter if you read a 100 pager or a 400 pager as long as you keep reading. Keep … Continue reading 2020 Reading List

12 Equations of Happiness

I recently came across the works of Scott Galloway. Scott Galloway is a clinical professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business, and a public speaker, author, and entrepreneur. I love his Youtube channel and particularly loved his video on the 'Algebra of Happiness'. He also has a book of the … Continue reading 12 Equations of Happiness

Some more YouTube Recommendations

Some other YouTube channels that help trim the weeds of misinformation and disinformation are: Captain Disillusion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LI2nYhGhYM Captain Disillusion is funny and very informative. I bet that you will be learn something after the video that you did not know before. Adam Ruins Everything (It's on Netflix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H0NG403d0o If you like the traditional science TV … Continue reading Some more YouTube Recommendations

There’s a poem for That

TED-ed has some awesome video animations. I particularly love the new "There's a poem for That". The videos are well produced, the poems are a perfect mixture of hard hitters like Shakespeare and contemporary. Along with the poem, there are conversations with the poet and analysis of the poem which gives deeper insights. Source: TED-edhttps://www.youtube.com/user/TEDEducation/ … Continue reading There’s a poem for That