Starting this weekend, We will put up a weekly digest that comes out on Saturdays which is full of interesting reads from all over the world covering value investing, productivity, economics and marketing. Hope you enjoy and contribute to this initiative.
First up is 19 websites that will make you smarter, Maggie Zhang from Business insider provides the list of websites that will make you smarter in your everyday life, While the list has some of my perennial favorites like Luminosity and TED, I was mightily impressed with likes of power searching with google, loads of tricks and tips to search better. Go check out the whole list here
Resume creation is one of most important and tedious tasks while hunting jobs right? Nancy Young in Honkiat.com is presenting 10 online tools to create impressive resumes, here you have options to create your resume from LinkedIn, create an info graphic of your resume or even build resume from many written ready made examples. Thanks to Nancy your resume writing will become less tedious, check out all 10 tools here
The secret to creative thinking, intelligence and scientific intelligence is revealed this week by one of my favorite website, fastcompany.com. The article emphasizes how connections fuel creativity , quoting the legendary Steve jobs.
“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something”
The piece is filled with anecdotes from various researches done in this field and leaves reader with practical tips to become more creative and intelligent, read the whole story here
Ever found information in an Annual report mind numbing ? Don’t worry thank Rahul Oberoi for his crisp summary on what to look for in a company’s annual report here he highlights how to find information in an annual report which is often missed by a regular investor, things that can tell you a lot of company. Read his interesting analysis here
Finally I will leave you with this video, that can change the way to look at decision making, philosopher Ruth Chang offers a powerful new framework for shaping who we truly are, in case your are not able to view video click here to open