Five Books That Support Mukesh Ambani Find Meaning In 2021 And Prepare It For 2022
Here we are sharing a list of five books that helped Mukesh Ambani find meaning in 2021 and prepare him for 2022.
Principles for Dealing With the Changing World Order: Why Nations Succeed and Fail - Ray Dalio
An interesting guide that outlines the dynamics that have determined the successes and failures of the most important international areas for over 500 years. It will help you understand why distribution events can be completely different from what we are going through now. Required reading for political decision-makers, entrepreneurs, executives, and most of all, young people.
The Raging 2020s: Companies, Countries, People—and the Fight for Our Future - Alec Ross
It explores in depth how the social contract, the free agreement between governments, companies, and people, that has sustained the fashionable civilization for many years, has brought about fundamental changes in the digital age. The guide has interviews with many of the greatest thinkers of our time about the political and financial forces that contributed to this change and what awaits our civilization.
2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything - Mauro Guillén
The guide is full of insightful projections of the state of the world in 2030, especially about possible demographic changes and your impression of the international financial landscape. Additionally, it explores the developments in urbanization, technical know-how, gig economy, and automation that are sure to shape the post-Covid world.
Big Little Breakthroughs: How Small, Everyday Innovations Drive Oversized Results - Josh Linker
This is a must-read for entrepreneurs. You will notice that the small inventive actions that are going on open up the big rewards in the company. And by cultivating everyday micro-innovations, individuals and organizations can meet strong challenges and capitalize on transformative alternatives in the post-Covid world.
Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World - Fareed Zakaria
Fareed certainly reveals strong similarities between the Covid-19 pandemic and some of its most catastrophic incidents, to show that international crises tend to arise from poor lifestyles and weak governance structures. You understand that these issues need to be addressed urgently, which can only be achieved through environmentally sound management, lifestyle changes, and effective global collaboration. A quote from the manual I caught reads, "Outbreaks are inevitable, but pandemics are available as an option." Now available