Tag: Book Reviews
The ageing consumer is one of the most profitable yet untapped segment. Every year, billions of dollars are left on the table by companies around the world as the ignore this increasingly influential and affluent group of consumers.
“Everyone wants to succeed at sales. Most people don’t. It’s not that they can’t. It’s just that they don’t know how.”
Are science and faith compatible? Can we reconcile our religious beliefs with scientific evidence of how life began?
Enter The Language of God.
Written by former esteemed Director of the Human Genome Project, Dr Francis Collins, the bestselling volume is an ambitious effort to marry Collins’ Christian faith with his beliefs as an eminent scientist.
Why do underdogs triumph over mightier enemies? How does one turn a weakness into a strength?
In yet another entertaining trip of the intellect, Malcolm Gladwell’s latest volume David and Goliath tackles perennial paradoxes with much aplomb. Written in his usual captivating prose, Gladwell’s book – subtitled Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants – provides one with much food for thought while challenging conventional wisdom.