Book Recommendations

This book is so far the only one (at least to my knowledge) that bridges the gap between legit positive psychology science and technology use. You are introduced to "5 strategies for balancing productivity and well-being in the digital era" from the first person perspective of Amy Blankson, a speaker, and consultant about this topic.

David Levy is a Professor at the University of Washington and worked on bringing contemplative practices into higher education. The book is a culmination of his efforts, describing practical strategies and exercises for becoming more aware of how we use our technologies in our everyday life. Super useful!

This book describes the ancient wisdom for living a content live in the name of love. Radhanath Swami is probably the most humble bestselling author in the world. He travels the world to share his wisdom for finding happiness in a world of distractions and temptations, reminding us oh so subtly what really matters in life. If you are ready to take your life to a higher level, this book is for you!

If you have your own business, work in a leading role in a business or are thinking of building your own business, big or small, this book is for you. Fred Kofman, a Berkley PhD graduate, elaborates, in practical ways, on how to produce exceptional performance in your business while staying true to yourself. His strategies are derived from ancient texts such as the Bhagavad Gita and The Book of Tao and personalities such as Nelson Mandela and Victor Frankl. 

If you want to know what Yoga really is about, this book is for you. Spoiler alert: It is not about how much you can bend your body! This ancient text describes the struggles of life and how to overcome them in the context of a historic event in India, which still finds relevance today. This book helps you find the ultimate truth in life and applies to your personal and business life, in the same way, as it does to how media and technology affect us. 

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