I just completed reading a stimulating book by Paul Arden - Whatever you think, think the opposite.

I remember having impulsively bought a copy of this book at the Tate Modern  earlier this year when Drew Winget, my dear friend from San Francisco was visiting me in London. After a quick 60min read to the book, I gifted it to my father who loved it too. He passed it around to a few of his mentees, before one of them lost it at an unknown location. 

After 9months of being invisible to me, I saw it on my father's desk at home a week ago. It seems the boy has the courtesy to replace my father's collection with a new copy from Amazon. Its not the same, but it is.

We try to make sensible decisions based on the facts in front of us. The problem with making sensible decisions is that so is everyone else.
— Whatever you think, think the opposite, Paul Arden.

Oh well, I read it for the second time in parts this time. It was a good start to reading before sleep regiment I have started this week. Now the book is with Shanay Shah, my friend and brother from another mother, here in Mumbai. 

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