Book Reviews


Meaning comes alive: The OPA! Way By Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon

The OPA! Way is a reminder for all of us stop and reflect on why and how we are doing what we are doing.

The Organized Mind By Daniel J. Levitin

Organising information helps us be efficient and productive, but rather than handle it all in our brains, we must shift the burden to the external world.

Mad Money Journey: A Financial Adventure By Mehrab Irani

Mehrab Irani promises you financial nirvana, but only if you follow his ‘10 commandments of financial freedom’, which he introduced using in this fictional account of two friends.

The Gifts of Imperfection By Dr Brené Brown

The takeaway message of this book is that when we acknowledge our limitations, recognise our strengths and stop trying to gain the approval of others, we are being authentic.

Baby Makers The Story of Indian Surrogacy By Gita Arvamudan

Surrogacy brings light and joy into homes that have craved for the sound of a baby’s voice, but it also has an ugly face. Gita Arvamudan’s book reveals both faces.

The Name of Your Game By Dr. Stuart Atkins

Dr. Atkins says that we need to make people see things from their viewpoint, not ours

The Power of Habit By Charles Duhigg

The Power of Habit is not a self-help book, but an in-depth look at the science of habit formation and change.

Omnivore’s Dilemma A Natural History of Four Meals By Michael Pollan

We can eat whatever we want, but figuring out what not to eat is not easy. Some foods make us sick or can even kill.This in short is the Omnivore’s Dilemma.

"I can see clearly now" by Dr. Wayne Dyer

A book like "I can see clearly now" comes rarely into the reader’s life —a book in which you will see a reflection of your own life and how everything that has ever happened did for a reason.

Love Your Enemies: How to Break the Anger Habit & Be a Whole Lot Happier By Sharon...

Love your enemies helps us find peace within ourselves and with the world—a worthy quest!
Manoj Khatri — Editor of Complete Wellbeing
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