Looking at my audio-book library that I have collected from my almost 2-year subscription to audible.com, I am pretty sure that if I had bought print versions of these books, most of them would have been sitting on my shelf, partially read, due to lack of “quality time” to sit down and read them. My decision . . . → Read More: My Audible Book Collection
“Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life” – by Martin E. Seligman
Can optimism be learned? How do you go about it? These were the questions that popped up in my mind when I came across this book. The book starts off with a short introduction followed by a 48-question test. You need to . . . → Read More: Book Review: "Learned Optimism" – By Dr. Martin Seligman
“Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions” – by Dan Ariely
I just finished listening to the audio version of this book from Audible.com on my Treo680 while commuting. I have started listening to it the second time, all over again. Here is why.
This is a very absorbing book by Dan Ariely that makes . . . → Read More: Book Review: "Predictably Irrational" – by Dan Ariely
No time to read?
If you are like me, you have a long list of books that you want to read — may be you have already bought them and put them on your bookshelf — but can never get to read them. Juggling your time between your job, family, myriad things to take care of at . . . → Read More: Audible Books Can Make Your Commute A Pleasure