Book review

October 23, 2014

Book Review: “Adapt” by Tim Harford

Bottom line, an interesting take on the science of success and a good read. It is short, to the point, and doesn’t labor the point. You can finish it in one sitting or over a weekend. By Fareeha Qayoom
February 13, 2014

Book Review: AB Lynn’s the EQ Difference

I do know there are many kinds of intelligence around – Howard Gardener listed about seven – for example, Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Spatial, Musical, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal. Daniel Goleman wrote about another kind called Emotional Intelligence. I do know that you can acquire this one if you naturally do not have it because I read all of his three books on the subject ages ago; (Emotional Intelligence, Destructive Emotions and the New Leaders). By Fareeha Qayoom
June 9, 2013

Books: Mark Tungate’s Fashion Brands

The question is, why update the book at all? The answer lies in the final lines of the conclusion: ‘This is a book about fashion. Tomorrow, everything will have changed.’ By Fareeha Qayoom
March 21, 2013

Random Thoughts on ‘A Little History of the World’

If you look at the overall pattern derived from world history, you would notice that elite and their bureaucracy are always trying to maintain the status quo or their hold on the silent majority while the silent majority occasionally overthrows them and tries to bring equality which never lasts because status quo must be maintained at all costs so the elite and their bureaucracy prevail in the long run. By Fareeha Qayoom