The richest man in Asia talks about the 5 best books...

The richest man in Asia talks about the 5 best books...
The richest man in Asia talks about the 5 best books...

The richest man in Asia revealed the books that helped him understand the year 2021, and prepare for 2022.

و .شار CEO of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani, to 5 books he was reading during the second year of the epidemic, and they came as follows:

Ten lessons for the post-pandemic world, “Fred Zakaria”

Leading American writer and journalist for Time magazine, Fareed Zakaria, has captured some of the stark parallels between the COVID-19 pandemic and some of the more catastrophic events of the recent past to show that global crises often arise from unsustainable lifestyle practices and weak governance structures.

“We recognize that these issues need to be addressed urgently, which can only be done through effective leadership, lifestyle changes, and effective international cooperation,” Ambani said. Ambani quoted the writer’s words: “Outbreaks are inevitable, but epidemics are optional.”

Principles for Dealing with a Changing World Order: Why Nations Succeed and Fail Billionaire Ray Dalio

His second choice fell on a book by the famous American billionaire, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater, Ray Dalio, which illustrates the dynamics that have consistently defined the successes and failures of major countries over more than 500 years of history.

As Imbani sees it, the book helps to discover why times ahead will be fundamentally different from those we are going through now.

He advised policy makers, businessmen and executives to read it and most importantly, young people.

The Rising Twenties: Corporations, Countries, Individuals – and the Struggle for Our Future Alec Ross

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s senior adviser, Alec Ross, delves into how the social contract – the unpaid agreement between governments, corporations and individuals – that has sustained modern civilization for decades, is undergoing a fundamental transformation in the digital age.

The book also contains interviews with some of the greatest thinkers of our time about the political and economic forces that contributed to this transformation and what awaits our civilization.

2030: How today’s biggest trends will collide and reshape the future of everything Mauro Gülen

According to Embani, the book of the sociologist, Maru Gülen, is full of insightful projections about the state of the world in 2030, particularly on potential changes in demography and their impact on global economic prospects.

It also explores the trends in urbanization, technology, the gig economy, and automation that are bound to shape the post-Covid world.

Big Small Breakthroughs: How Everyday Small Innovations Lead to Big Results “Gosh Linker”

Imbani recommended reading Ghosh’s book, as he considered it one of the books that businessmen should read.

“You will realize that it is the small creative acts that unlock the huge rewards in business,” he said.

By cultivating small, everyday innovations, individuals and organizations can effectively tackle challenging challenges and seize transformative opportunities in a post-Covid world.

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