Aman Dhattarwal is a rising star in the world of competitive programming. He achieved remarkable success at a young age and is currently ranked among the top 50 programmers in the world.
Dhattarwal first began making a name for himself in 2016, when he won the Indian National Finals of the Google Code-in contest. This victory earned him a trip to Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, where he met with some of the world’s top programmers and engineers.
Since then, Dhattarwal has gone on to win numerous other competitions, including the India finals of the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) and the Asian Championship in Informatics (ACM-ICPC).
If you are looking for a new book to read, then look no further than Aman Dhattarwal’s list of recommendations. You are sure to find a story that you will love.
Blue Ocean Shift by W. Chan Kim
In his book, Blue Ocean Shift, W. Chan Kim proposes a new way of looking at the marketplace that can help businesses find untapped opportunities for growth.
He argues that businesses must shift their focus from competing in existing markets to creating new ones – what he calls “blue oceans.” This requires a different approach to strategy, one that is based on value innovation.
Kim provides a step-by-step guide for how businesses can create their own blue oceans, outlining the principles and tools they need to succeed. With case studies and real-world examples, the book shows how companies large and small have used this approach to achieve extraordinary results.
Buddha at Work by Geetanjali Pandit
Buddha at Work by Geetanjali Pandit is a book that explores how to bring the principles of Buddhism into the workplace.
The book offers tips on how to manage stress, cultivate mindfulness, and create a more productive and harmonious work environment. By applying the teachings of Buddhism, employees can learn to reduce suffering and find greater satisfaction in their work.
How Not to Hire by Emily Kumler
In today’s job market, it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re hiring the right person for the job. With so many qualified candidates out there, how can you be sure you’re making the best choice?
Emily Kumler, author of “How Not to Hire,” has some advice on what NOT to do when hiring someone.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
In his book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, Dale Carnegie provides readers with a guide on how to improve their social skills. Carnegie believes that the ability to make friends and influence people is essential for success in life.
He offers advice on how to be more likable and persuasive and provides tips on dealing with difficult people.
Ikigai by Hector Garcia Puigcerver
Ikigai is a book by Hector Garcia Puigcerver that explores the Japanese concept of ikigai, which roughly translates to “purpose in life.” The book delves into the ways in which this concept can be applied to one’s own life in order to find greater meaning and fulfillment.
Garcia Puigcerver offers readers a step-by-step guide to finding their own ikigai, complete with exercises, journaling prompts, and tips for living a more purposeful life.
He argues that by aligning our actions with our deepest values and desires, we can achieve a sense of contentment and satisfaction that comes from living a life that is truly our own.
Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg
Sandberg’s Lean In is a book for professional women who want to advance their careers. The book provides advice on how to negotiate for raises and promotions, how to deal with office politics, and how to manage work-life balance.
Sandberg’s message is that women need to be more assertive in the workplace if they want to achieve success.
Personality Isn’t Permanent by Benjamin P. Hardy
In his book, Personality Isn’t Permanent, Benjamin P. Hardy argues that our personalities are not set in stone. We have the power to change ourselves, and the sooner we realize this, the better off we’ll be.
Hardy provides readers with concrete examples of how he has changed his own personality over the years. He also delves into the latest scientific research on personality development. His conclusion is that we are all much more flexible than we think.
This book will be especially useful for people who feel stuck in life. If you’re feeling like you’re not living up to your potential, Hardy’s message is that it’s never too late to change.
Relentless by Tim S. Grover
Relentless by Tim S. Grover is a book about how to achieve success in life. The book covers various topics such as setting goals, taking action, and staying motivated. It also includes stories of successful people who have overcome adversity to achieve their goals.
The book is divided into three parts: Part One: The Relentless Mindset, Part Two: The Relentless Approach, and Part Three: The Relentless Commitment.
Secrets of Influential People by Steven Pearce
In his book, Secrets of Influential People, Steven Pearce reveals the strategies that the world’s most successful people use to get ahead. By studying the habits of highly influential people, Pearce has uncovered the secrets to their success.
In Secrets of Influential People, Pearce reveals the four essential strategies that all successful people use to get ahead. First, they set clear goals and develop a plan to achieve them. Second, they build strong relationships with the right people. Third, they take advantage of opportunities when they arise. Finally, they never give up on their dreams.
By following these four simple strategies, you too can achieve success in your field. So what are you waiting for? Pick up a copy of Secrets of Influential People today and start putting these strategies to work for you!
The Four by Scott Galloway
In The Four, Scott Galloway exposes the secrets of the world’s most powerful companies: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google.
He reveals how these companies have built their empires by leveraging data and technology in ways that no other businesses have been able to do.
Galloway provides readers with an inside look at how these companies operate, and how they are changing the landscape of business forever.
The Four is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the inner workings of the world’s most powerful companies.
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham is one of the most important investment books ever written. First published in 1949, it has sold over one million copies and has been translated into 18 languages.
In The Intelligent Investor, Graham provides a clear and concise framework for how to approach investing. He advocates a patient, disciplined approach and emphasizes the importance of focusing on the underlying business rather than the stock price.
Graham’s insights and guidance have helped generations of investors build wealth and achieve their financial goals. The book remains as relevant today as it was when it was first published.
The School of Life by Alain de Botton
The School of Life is a book by Alain de Botton that explores the idea that we can learn how to live better lives by understanding and applying the lessons of history. The book consists of eight chapters, each of which covers a different aspect of life.
In the first chapter, de Botton looks at the role of work in our lives. He argues that many of us are unhappy with our jobs because we have been led to believe that work is supposed to be enjoyable. However, de Botton suggests that work can be fulfilling if we find meaning in it.
In the second chapter, de Botton turns his attention to love. He observes that most of us approach love with unrealistic expectations, which often leads to disappointment. Instead, de Botton argues that we should view love as a journey and accept that it will have its ups and downs.
Secrets of Productive People by Mark Forster
In his book, Secrets of Productive People, Mark Forster shares his secrets for getting more done in less time. He reveals his simple and effective system for organizing your tasks, priorities, and time. By following Forster’s principles, you can achieve greater productivity in your work and life.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
In his book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson argues that the key to a good life is not giving a f*ck about what others think of you. Manson makes a case that we should all strive to be more authentic and true to ourselves, rather than living inauthentic lives trying to please others.
He provides readers with practical advice on how to become more comfortable with who they are and how to stop caring about what others think of them. Ultimately, Manson argues that by not giving a f*ck about what others think of us, we can live happier and more fulfilling lives.
The Visual MBA by Jason Barron
Jason Barron’s The Visual MBA is a refreshing and innovative take on the traditional business school textbook. Written in a clear and concise manner, the book uses infographics, charts, and other visual aids to explain complex business concepts in an easy-to-understand way.
The book covers a wide range of topics, from marketing and finance to operations and strategy. Whether you’re a business student or a working professional, The Visual MBA is an essential resource for anyone who wants to learn more about how businesses work.
The Warren Buffett Way by Robert G. Hagstrom
In his book, The Warren Buffett Way, Robert G. Hagstrom lays out the billionaire investor’s investment philosophy in clear and easy-to-understand terms. By following the Warren Buffett way, you too can achieve financial success.
So what are you waiting for? Pick up a copy of The Warren Buffett Way today and start on your journey to becoming the next great investor!
Secrets of Success at Work by Nigel Cumberland
In his book, Nigel Cumberland reveals the secrets of success at work. He explains that the key to success is not only hard work but also determination and perseverance. Cumberland provides readers with practical tips on how to achieve their goals.
He also shares his own personal experiences and insights on what it takes to be successful in today’s competitive workplace.
What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing by Vinod Pottayil
Vinod Pottayil’s book “What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing” is a comprehensive guide to investing for the average Indian investor. The book covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of investment to more advanced concepts such as risk management and portfolio diversification.
Pottayil’s book is an essential read for anyone looking to invest in India. It provides a clear and concise overview of the Indian markets and will help investors make informed decisions about where to allocate their capital.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, “What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing” is a valuable resource that will help you navigate the complex world of investing.
Winning In The Digital Age by Nitin Seth
In a rapidly digitizing world, companies must be able to adapt and change their strategies in order to stay ahead of the competition. In Winning in the Digital Age, Nitin Seth provides readers with a framework for how companies can succeed in this new environment.
Seth begins by discussing the importance of creating a digital strategy. He then outlines the five key elements of a successful digital strategy: customer focus, agility, data-driven decision-making, innovation, and execution. Each of these elements is essential for companies looking to win in the digital age.
Seth provides readers with real-world examples of companies that have successfully implemented these strategies. He also includes case studies of companies that have failed to adapt to the changing landscape.
By providing readers with a comprehensive guide to winning in the digital age, Nitin Seth has given companies a valuable resource for success.