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Category: Readings

Things to read for this weekend

Self Development:

  • On being Discovered – Seth Godin – Article helps you in throwing out the fallacy of being discovered and sets you on the path of being sought after.
  • “But we needed the eggs” – Seth Godin – Article tells about various types of addictions we have, and tells about addictions which are productive.

Personal Finance:

  • Stick to the plan – Cognicrafting – Indraneil’s take on what is worth doing in raging bull market. Only those who view things in terms of opportunity costs can be at ease in the bull markets.
  • Shareholder Value Creating – Subramoney – An article on joke called “Shareholder Value Creation”. BFSI plays this practical joke often. Newbie’s would get the idea of loot that happens in BFSI space.

Things to read for this weekend

Personal Finance:

  • Investors and worrying – Subramoney – Article tells about “worrying” that is inherent in short term market punters. Glad that markets obliged these worrying folks and decided to go down. 😉

Management, Marketing:

  • Greed isn’t good – A VC – Fed Wilson’s take on managing greed, the thing that manifested recently in breaking up of bitcoin.
  • The taxi or the cruise ship? – Seth Godin – The basic decision one needs to make in businesses. To be small volume differentiator or large scale operator.
  • How to decide which task to delegate – HBR – Some tips for delegation. 6 types of tasks that can be effortlessly delegated.
  • How to become the expert in Your Niche – Quick Sprout – Neil patel explains the path one needs to build expertise in field of interest and grow quickly in it.
  • How Successful People Think – Gary Vaynerchuk – Though sounds like boasting, contains the essence of what to do when you cant set a path for greatness. The 2nd route is called continuous improvisation. The CI approach very thing this piece is about.

Things to read for this weekend


  • Pursuit of Happiness – Subramoney – Some tips to help you prioritize your life. I deal read for those who are always on a run.




Social Media:

Things to read for this weekend

Personal Finance:

  • Why I Don’t Talk About My Stocks Publicly, And Why You Shouldn’t Either – Safal Niveshak – Tells about how the fallacy of taking a public stand leads to ruin for investor. The public stand doesn’t allow one to change his mind when the facts of investments change (which can happen in weeks/days time too!!!!).
  • Money Management: Where to Start and How to Start – Free Fincal – Asks one core questions that leads to successful financial life. This post distills core essence of goal based investing. This post exactly where you should start your journey of personal finances.
  • Latticework of Mental Models: Echo Chamber Effect – Safal Niveshak – The problems that arise from not having contrarian views in our friend circle. The reason American media couldn’t understand rise of Donald Trump was because of their own echo chamber. It does have significant bearing on investor too.

Marketing and Analytics:


Things to read for this weekend

Personal Finances and Investing

  • Investing in shares HURT badly – Subramoney – Explains the churning one must go through to be an equity investor. The pain one encounters in holding off and selling equities. Remember in equities no pain means no gain.
  • Women wake up! – Subramoney – Article focuses on what all needs to be done by other half of personal finances. This covers the basic ground of what needs to be taken care by men as well as women when planning for their finances (PS: Its applicable for both.).
  • What You Need to Succeed in Investing (Hint: It’s Not Genius Brain) – Safal Niveshak – A discussion kind of setup to explain basics of investing. Explains why investing is a marathon not a sprint.


  • Why do Hindus prefer birth anniversaries to death anniversaries? – Devdutt Pattanaik – It tells about religious underpinnings why birth matter more than death. the memory of death inhibits progress, and idea of moving on, hence death is considered as inauspicious. The auspicious direction is the east (purva) from where the sun rises. The auspicious orientation is the north (uttar) where stands the still and permanent Pole Star.

Analytics, Social Media, Marketing


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