Year 2016 was a very productive year overall. I made significant progress in my professional skill development. Starting plans to gradually transition from my current business to WordPress base business model. I am confident this coming year will be an even more productive & fruitful year!
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The following is my incomplete & developing list of books (on general topics only) that I plan to read in 2017. This lists is continuously updated as I find inspiring book to include in my reading list. The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It So Well by …
There is a good article the long-term jobs killer is not China but automation in New York Times. In the article the author cites several other reports indicating a trend that business or office automation is taking over jobs that were normally done by people.
New York Times reporter and author David Gilles has book title Mindful Work: How Meditation Is Changing Business From the Inside Out. Based on Mr Gilles book excerpt How to Meditate in New York Times, this is very useful resources for individuals who would like to take advantage of this ancient wellness practice for our smarter living practices. Mr Gilles, who is mindfulness and meditation practitioner for about 20 years to be very useful resource for leading a healthy life style.
And we engage when we agree and we engage when we disagree. I think it’s very important to do that because you don’t change things by just yelling. You change things by showing everyone why your way is the best. In many ways, it’s a debate of ideas. – Tim Cook, CEO Apple Inc
Why he attended Trump’s Tech Submit
Apple CEO wrote in his memo to Apple staffs on why he recently met with president-elect Trump. Apple CEO was a vocal supporter & fundraiser for Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Very interesting book “Drug Dealer, M.D.’: Misunderstandings and Good Intentions Fueled Opioid Epidemic by Anna Limbke, MD, Stanford Medicine. According her biographical page Dr Limbke is listed as Assistant Professor of Phsychiatry & Behaviour Science and specializes with clinical focus on co-occuring addition, and addiction medicine. In her new book, she explores the origin of prescription opioids epidemic problem in US from doctor’s perspective.
This week Minnesota, Midwest and much of US is diving into bitter cold waves of air generated by a phenomenon call ‘Polar Vortex‘ (low pressure in cold air surrounding the poles). The temperatures are expected to be in single digit to subzero on some days with windchill reaching lower than -20F.