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What Can the Best Consultants in the World Teach You?

The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World’s Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business – Ethan M. Rasiel Recently I started in my last position in my company’s graduate program. I was positioned to work in one of our business development departments at the HQ, also known as our “in-house consulting […]

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What can you get when you mix psychology and personal finance?

I Will Teach You To Be Rich – Ramit Sethi Ramit Sethi has been a great inspiration for me. He has found his own special niche in personal finance literature by focusing on psychology behind the money, big wins and earning more. The name of the book is controversial for many reasons. It easily makes […]

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Do you have a “big hat” but “no cattle”?

The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy – Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko The book Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko is something very often referred by the Personal Finance bloggers and writers around the net. And there is a good reason for it. People whom […]

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MBA – What is it really good for?

What do they teach you at the Harvard School of Business – Philip Delves Broughton For a long time I have been curious about the top universities of the world like Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Business, Stanford or Harvard. I have played with the idea of doing an MBA in one of them. I […]

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Think less, do more!

Winning – Jack Welch with Suzy Welch Some months back I did not have much else to read and finally thought that I would give the Winning a try. I used to categorize it in to same group as books by Donald Trump – that meaning a total waste of time. I do have to […]

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Practice makes perfect!

Talent is overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else – Geoff Colvin I read quite a lot of books about business. I read them once and then move along. However there have been few books that I keep getting back to, rereading them every once in a while. They are just so good […]

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