Book Review: SAPIENS by Yuval Noah Harari

“One of history‚Äôs few iron laws is that luxuries tend to become necessities and to spawn new obligations.” One of the key elements of the book is to argue how we, humans, became so successful as species as a result of a “cognitive revolution”, based on our ability to unite en masse around common “myths”…

Book Review: QUIET by Susan Cain

“Introverts prefer to work independently, and solitude can be a catalyst to innovation” This is an engaging, informative and insightful book which helps introverts understand themselves, and how to succeed in a predominantly extroverted world. Cain argues that¬†introverts tend to be highly undervalued, particularly in leadership positions and that introversion is considered a second-class personality…