Conversations are the cornerstone of any enterprise, but they often fall through when communication is not clear. People are different and how they communicate too is different – but there is an easy way to find what works with some and what doesn’t. Psychologist and author, Shena Shah explains.
Money and emotions often don’t mix well. One must move beyond behavioral biases on the path of wealth creation. Here are five books on behavioral finance that can help sharpen your investment judgment.
Could there be a global recession in 2023? The current financial situation across the world is leading many to this question. The debacle of the 2008 financial crisis is a strong reference point for anyone who wants to understand why financial crisis occur. Here are five titles that can help you explore the subject.
Whatever is it that you want to accomplish in 2023, you need to set goals. No matter how passé one thinks the theme of goal-setting is, the turn of the year is all about letting the past go, learning from mistakes, and thinking afresh.
Good writing skills is a big plus when you want to grow your business. To make a deal, a plan, to communicate – it is all about writing right. Here are a set of titles that can help you ace business writing and make your communication clearer, sharper.
Want to start up your own thing but don’t know when where and how? Here are three books to give you the inspiration you were waiting for. Stories of three women entrepreneurs who broke new ground and built something for themselves. Read on.
The buzzword on social media during 2022 was ‘manifestation’. Is it possible to take control of your life, money, and abundance and shape your course the way you want? Roxie Nafousi’s ‘Manifest’ told the world how and why it could actually be a way of life.
Japanese wisdom has inspired people all over the globe, for ages – but three concepts have in recent years become significantly popular: Ikigai, Wabi Sabi, and Ichigo Ichie. Here’s what these books have to tell you.
The entrepreneurial journeys of 20 women from all across India, We Mean Business is a chronicle of success stories created at the intersection of an anthology, a documentary, a graphic novel, and technology. It is a book that promises to be more than a book. A review.
The big question for any enterprise remains, ‘why do we do what we do'. A business sustains when there’s clarity of purpose. In the midst of conflicting goals, how can one identify and then stick with it? We picked these three titles on the subject of finding the core purpose of a business, big or small.