Erica Dhawan, author of Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance recommends an excellent range of books! Before jumping into the interview, please check out Erica's book:
Q. Do you have a favourite smart thinking book (and why that book)?
The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene. It’s the best book I’ve read that really explores the gray areas of ethics and morals.
Q. What's the most recent smart thinking book you've read (and how would you rate it)?
Choose Yourself by James Altucher. I would rate it 8/10 for Altucher’s humorous writing style, insightful business tips, and fresh perspective on what it takes to be successful in today’s economy.
Q. Do you have a favourite childhood book?
Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss. I read it for the first time over thirty years ago and I still find it wise, inspirational, and entertaining in just fifty-six pages.
Q. Do you prefer reading on paper, Kindle or listening to an audiobook?
I prefer reading paperback books, but I also enjoy listening to audiobooks from time to time!
Q. Do you have a favourite bookshop (and why that shop)?
Barnes and Noble at Union Square for its unmatched lively and welcoming atmosphere.
Many thanks to Erica for recommending an excellent range of books! Please don't forget to check out Erica's book Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance.
Image Copyrights: HarperCollins Publishers (Digital Body Language, Oh The Places You'll Go!), Penguin Putnam Inc (The 48 Laws of Power), Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (Choose Yourself!).