Books I read – Part 2

I guess I am reading too much recently and writing less and less every week. It’s probably because I serendipitously hit a strain of books about “brain” which essentially mix psychology, neuroscience, biology, and case studies, and give a totally different outlook to how we see ourselves and others. So, most of my second list is slanted for the brain.

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Team Management: Fitness 101

I have been leading teams for years and changing my management and leadership patterns over the course. It’s very difficult and confusing. Having read a lot of articles and books, I made some simple discoveries and patterns which I can effectively follow no matter how busy I am. That’s how the idea of “Fitness 101” came.

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