Dr Aron D'Souza

Get Backed

Get Backed By Evan Baehr and Evan Loomis Get backed is a fascinating and informative book written by a dear friend of mine and serial entrepreneur, Evan Baehr. Published by HBR Press, the book outlines the capital-raising and pitching processes which are now the mainstay for successful startup companies. The book serves as a useful […]

Joint Operations Planning

Joint Operations Planning By the Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Military, US Department of Defense. In forming the plan of a campaign, it is requisite to foresee everything the enemy may do, and to be prepared with the necessary means to counteract it. Plans of campaign may be modified, ad infinitum, according to circumstances — […]

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci By Walter Isaacson In recent years, I have made extensive incursions into the literary corpus of  Walter Isaacson, including The Innovators, Einstein and Steve Jobs, I have always appreciated his work for its keen insight, attention to detail, and thorough research. Isaacson has served as CEO of the Aspen Institute and the […]

Historic Heston

Historic Heston By Heston Blumenthal Heston Blumenthal perfectly interweaves history and modernity in his cuisine and his book. Although most books in this blog treat books within the realms of politics or history, this doesn’t comprise the entirety of my reading interests by any means. Historic Heston is a very good example of a work […]

No Room for Small Dreams

No Room for Small Dreams No Room for Small Dreams is the autobiographical work of Shimon Peres, who was both President and Prime Minister of Israel, and a Nobel Laureate along with Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin for efforts to create peace in the Middle East. Shimon is a revered figure in Israel for his […]