• http://www.facebook.com/eapenz Tenny E. Thomas

    Good post Sijo. Waiting for the part when you will review the books one by one.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks Tenny! Will keep you posted when I do make those posts :)

  • Anonymous

    Ha ha..;) Agree that the Pfeffer book really did make an impression on me. But not enough to make it to the top 5 I guess :)

  • Suji

    Great post! Books do have a great impact. Thanks for the list….was looking for some good books to read. Though I am more of a fiction reader, haven’t been very happy with the ones I have read lately, so was planning to explore non-fiction. So your list will be handy. :)

    • Anonymous

      Thanks! and glad I could make a fairly compelling case on behalf of all the non fiction readers out there :)

  • Suji

    And forgot to mention….great photos…especially the first one!

    • Anonymous

      Thanks! :)

  • Nithin George

    Now I understand what makes you lifestyle hacker ;)

    • Anonymous

      Still a student at lifestyle hacking Nithin :)

      • Nithin George

        Write a book once you are done!! :) So that we can learn in 200 pages what you learned in lifetime :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/jasmine.javad Jasmine Javad

    Impressive Sijo…I really like Shiv Khera’s You can Win…So i will definitely read your choice of Shiv Khera’s You can Sell

  • Kim Francis

    What struck me most is the healthy balance between your book listings. Thank you for the recommendations. I look forward to reading a few that made it to the top 10.
    - from an avid reader, to another!

  • Nisha Sanjeev

    Well read, well said!

  • Roy Rajan

    “Enchantment” by Guy Kawasaki formerly of Apple. “How will you measure your life” by Clayton Christensen a teacher at Harvard Business School.