The Law of Attraction by Michael J Losier
This was the first book I read that exposed me to LOA. I know ‘The Secret’ is supposed to be the bestseller for such books, but this first book is informative; filled with exercises and questions, not only motivates but also provides applications to be practised in daily routines.
I really can’t explain how enlightened I have after reading this – but let’s just say the bottom line of reading this is knowing that everything you perceive, it is really all in the head. Attitudes play a humongous role in the way we see the world, we know that – and honestly, it is also what makes or breaks us. Knowing the Secret is Amazing with a capital A!
All Marketers are Liars by Seth Godin
Pranced upon this book in the library and thought to myself, ‘what kind of outrageous title is this?’ Got addicted to reading his books ever since. He was also the reason why I decided I was going to study marketing, he inspired me to do what I do
and as they say, the rest is history.
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
It is very intriguing read to know how two things you did not imagine could be interrelated to each other. Like Freakonomics. It makes me sometimes, question myself with funny thoughts about how this might lead to that, and what is the tipping point of everything I do. Very interesting, makes me wonder too much.
How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill
I am usually not a fan of reading stories but this, I read from back to back and enjoyed my read throughout. Love the humour and language used. Going to read his second book.
Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
People told me this was a book not to be missed. Heeded their advice. Cried my eyes out.