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I have set a personal goal for 2023 to read 23 books and I am excited to share my progress with you on my book list. I will be updating this list throughout the year. If you're interested in discussing any of the books on my list, please feel free to reach out to me.
Assertiveness: How to be Strong in Every Situation
Conrad Potts, Suzanne Potts
Challenging Destiny: A Biography of Chhatrapati Shivaji
Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran
This book provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of Shivaji Maharaj, who played a pivotal role in the downfall of the Mughal Empire. It is surprising that many of the details covered in this book were not included in our history curriculum. Shivaji's impressive governance and strategic warfare skills are truly inspiring. Overall, this biography has left a lasting impression on me.
The Steal Like an Artist Trilogy: How to Be Creative, Show Your Work, and Keep Going
The author of this book has condensed a wealth of wisdom into each and every statement, leaving me in awe while going through the book. The author's ability to embed such knowledge into concise statements is impressive. His unique perspective on art, sharing, and productivity is both fresh and insightful, prompted me to reread the book for deeper understanding.
Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Craftsmanship
Robert C. Martin
Radhanath Swami's adventurous spirit and unwavering pursuit of truth in this book are truly commendable. The story highlights how miracles can occur in life, and the author's skillful narration makes the reading experience all the more enjoyable. Additionally, the book offers a unique perspective on Indian culture from the viewpoint of a young American.
How to stay smart in a smart world: Why Human Intelligence Still beats Algorithms
This book is an excellent resource for gaining a deeper understanding of the capabilities and limitations of AI. By reading this book, one can develop a realistic perspective on the potential of AI technology, which is often overshadowed by the unnecessary hype depicted in movies and news.
Get Epic Shit Done
While this book may not delve deeply into any particular topic, it does provide answers to a wide range of questions related to various aspects of life. The explanations are presented in a concise and accessible manner, resembling a 10-minute YouTube video, yet they gather all the general funda (gyan) in one place.
The Collapse of Parenting
This book is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to understand American culture and is particularly essential reading for Indians aspiring to settle in the United States. As our society increasingly emulates the West, it is a must-read for all Indians.
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