Book Notes

Summaries of Books I’ve Read.

This page contains the summary of every book I read. Each summary begins with my personal point of view and followed by the key lessons from the book. The summaries are in the form of bulleted format or essays.

This page will be updated regularly.

Money: Master The Game

Author: Tony Robbins

Anyone who wants to master money, and make it work for them should read this book. This book will teach you how to achieve financial freedom.



7 Habits of Highly Effective People. 

Author: Stephen R. Covey

This is one of the most inspiring and impactful books I have ever read. It teaches you principles that will guide you throughout your life and turn into an effective person.




Author:  David Wolf

What are superfoods? They are a class of the most potent, super-concentrated, and nutrient-rich foods on the planet—they have more bang for the buck than our usual foods. Extremely tasty and satisfying, superfoods have the ability to tremendously increase the vital force and energy of one’s body and are the optimum choice for improving overall health, boosting the immune system, elevating serotonin production, enhancing sexuality, and cleansing and alkalizing the body. Superfoods meet and exceed all our protein requirements, our vitamin and mineral requirements, glyconutrient (essential polysaccharide sugar) requirements, essential fatty acid requirements, immune system requirements, and so much more. Nourishing us at the deepest level possible, they are the true fuel of today’s “superhero.”.  It completely nourishes our bodies at a cellular level, where true healing takes place.

The 5 love languages

Author: Garry Chapman.

Falling in love is easy but staying in love is challenging. This book will teach you how to keep your relationship fresh and growing. You will be able to do that through learning the love language of your partner.



The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

Author: Miguel Ruis

Do you know that we have self-limiting beliefs that steal our joy and create unnecessary suffering? Miguel Ruis offers four powerful code of conducts that will quickly transfer your life and bring back freedom, true happiness and love.


Getting to Yes

Author: Roger Fisher and William Ury

Getting to Yes has been translated into 18 languages and has been sold over 1 million copies. It is a universal guide to the art of negotiation and professional disputes. We regularly negotiate in our lives, whether it is convincing family members, friends, boss or settling professional disputes. For those need to win these battles, Getting to Yes has introduced a simple and straightforward five-step system for how to behave in negotiations.


ITIL Foundation

Staff in IT department use ITIL to better serve their customers and users. By using the guidelines set out in the ITIL framework IT departments can develop best practices and improve the way different teams interact and manage the IT infrastructure within their business. As a result, end users get a better level of service and business saves money. ITL is just about the IT service Desk or helpdesk. It covers all of the different areas from designing the infrastructure of IT department right through the to dealing with problems and improving the service. ITIL consists of five different processes or type of work that is carried out by IT department:  1) Service Strategy, 2) Service Design, 3) Service Transition, 4) Service Operation,  5) Continual Service Improvement.