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The Books Song
An Impromptu Song on the books visible to me at my nearest book rack

Shubhadeep Mukhopadhyay

Rob Judkins taught us the art of creative thinking,

For change it was Kotter's Our Iceberg is Melting.

One can appreciate Mystical Tales for a Magical Life,

when one has also read D H Pink's A whole new Mind.


Within infinite myths lies the eternal truth,

Is what Pattanaik explores in Myth =Mithya;

And what Debashis Chatterjee does

through his book Invincible Arjuna;


Hemmingway bought Paris into our lives

through a Moveable Feast;

And how to innovate was introduced to us,

through Tom and Davids Kelly's creative confidence;


The Heath brothers through Switch,

taught us How to change things when change is hard;

We took the train through Asia

reading Theroux’s The Great Railway Bazaar;


Algorithm to Live by promises more success in life

by thinking like a robot,

James Allen tells us, we are what we think,

in his book As a Man Thinketh;


We walked on the Appalachian trail with Bill and his friend,

in Bill Bryson’s A walk in the Woods;

Don Norman gave us the hat of a designer

through the ground-breaking Design of Everyday Things.


Shubhadeep Mukhopadhyay

Director, o9 Solutions

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