When it comes to reading, I become a bit crazy, curious and overwhelmed. So, here I would love to say the 4 books that I’m reading every day. For every book, I spent an hour. That’s was my time plan. As I said in my early blog. I ferociously allocate time for reading.
Of course, I have personal projects. But, I never compromise my readings and writings. When it comes to reading, I read, every single day. When it comes to writing, at least I try to write 30 minutes. Although, I sit and think contents. When I roam around my house or when I read or watch a documentary. The contents, eventually arise. Quite often, my brain and heart search and run towards contents to research and write.
Here my reading comes,
- Fourth Industrial Revolution. By Klaus Schwab. So, this book must-read. Because this is the Fourth Industrial Revolution era. It’s begun. So far, I completed just 39 pages. But quite honestly and professionally, Professor Klaus Schwab has explained in a lucid manner. It’s too informative.
Here, I need to add the bonus, to this above book by the same author. Shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
- Develop Self-Confidence, Improve Public Speaking. By Dale Carnegie. Notably, I’m reading this book the second time. I would love to dig deep down.
- So You Want to Know About Economics. By Roopa Pai. When comes to Economics, I need to understand a lot. I love Economics. Sorry, I will say a bit later, the purpose of loving and reading Economics. Please don’t mistake me.
- The Stars Shine Down. By Sidney Sheldon. I’m looking for stories to read. I love biographies and autobiographies. Even more, I started loving novel and literary fiction books. The Testaments. Nothing Ventured and Milkman are in my upcoming books to read.
Finally, I sincerely encourage everyone to read these books.