I figured it’ll be interesting for me to keep track of the books that I’ve read during my Gap Year for my own personal record. The list is not in chronological order. #zareadandlist
- To Sell Is Human – The surprising truth about moving others by Daniel H. Pink
From the bestselling author of Drive and A Whole New Mind comes a surprising – and surprisingly useful – new book that explores the power of selling in our lives.
- The $100 Startup – Reinvent the way you make a living, do what you love, and creat a new future by Chris Guillebeau
In the $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead a life of adventure, meaning and purpose – and earn a good living.
- Breaking Barries: Potraits of inspiring Chinese – Indonesian Women by Aimee Dawis
In a largely Islamic Nation that is growing rapidly and constantly in the news, women of Chinese Descent stand tall.
- Feminist Fight Club – An office survival manual by Jessica Bennett
- Everything About Us (edited) by Sharon Bakar
Everything About Us showcases writers who have taken part in Malaysia’s longest running literary event Readings@Seksan. once a month, writers come together in the inspiring surroundings of the Seksan Gallery in Bangsr to share their work in front of a live audience, and this third Readings from Readings collection comprises their short stories, microfiction, poetry and creative non-fiction.
- Richard Branson: Like A Virgin – Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School by Richard Branson
In his forty plus years of being an entrepreneur, Richard Branson has done it all, done it his way and learned a lot of lessons along the way. From delivering the perfect pitch, to taking risks and surviving a downturn, this is your guide to success.
- On Becoming Fearless – In love, work and life by Arianna Huffington
Being assertive? Looking fat? Speaking in public? Getting older? Going broke? Are you afraid for your children? Afraid of losing love? Afraid of leading the charge? Women everywhere confront these and many other fears every day. Enter Arianna Huffington, bestselling author, internet entrepreneur, journalist, mother, and one of the most influential people in America.
- Malay Ideas on Development – From Feudal Lord to Capitalist by Shaharuddin Maaruf