[Book Review] Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

The book ‘Lean In: Women, work, and the will to lead‘ by Sheryl Sandberg was quiet an intersting book. It was on the top recommended readsĀ for women on Amazon so I thought the book must be full of truth about how women should lead their lives for maximum self achievements. I brought it home and read it very fast. Continue reading “[Book Review] Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg”


[Novel recap] Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst

I recently went through the excellent book ‘Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst’ by Dan Reingold, published in 2006. As I was struggling with my choice of major and my temptation to go into finance, I decided the best way to see if this path would suit me is by readingĀ about the first hand experience of an expert. And the best way to do so is to read an autobiography, right? Anyway, I actually am not 100% sure how this book came to my attention, but while I was randomly plugging search words on the library website, this book came across my attention. I first thought I would simply go through the content page to have a preview, but found myself really curious about it. So I brought it home and read it. Continue reading “[Novel recap] Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst”