Book reviews

Here you can check stuff, that I read and what ideas came up to my mind after reading some books. Trying to keep it simple, short, and helpful.

Find Focus in a Distracted World: A Review of “Deep Work” By Cal Newport
“Deep Work” is a thought-provoking and empowering guide to achieve greater focus and success in both your personal and professional life. Here is my review of this amazing book.
“Learn the Art of Networking and Building Strong Relationships with “Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferrazzi”
This is a must-read for anyone looking to expand their professional network and build lasting, mutually beneficial relationships. The book is filled with practical strategies and tips for making valuable connections, as well as personal anecdotes from the author’s own experiences.
Your Routine Revolutionized: A Review of James Clear’s “Atomic Habits”
Atomic Habits by James Clear is an insightful book that provides practical strategies for developing good habits. He emphasizes the power of small changes, backed by research and personal experiences. A must-read for anyone looking to improve their productivity and well-being.
“Fourth Industrial Revolution” by Klaus Schwab
Quite an interesting and saturated book, which properly describes the current state of things in the world. I liked the structure and the angles from which the author considers various data points, and then, based on them, makes assumptions about the future that awaits us.
“On Anger” by Seneca the Younger
Considering myself, as an impulsive person and that I usually get angry in stressful situations (I rarely find myself melancholic, or sad) it was helpful to get some side view on what anger can be.
“It doesn`t have to be crazy at work” by David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried
The coolest book, that correlates quite closely with how I see work in the company, its structure, and organization of processes.