This involves when and what issues should we look beyond in the finite length and breadth of life. Along the way, what else is up to me, and it is hard to reverse what I can do with great force. To put it bluntly, it is about "judgment", and if we push further, it is also about what matters in life and how does "consequentialism" apply. methodology. The third book on "The Road to Life" mentioned Dr. Yang's experience that
I thought was worth bulk sms service reading, from James C. Collins's "Why A+ Giants Also Fall". It is well known that James Collins' most famous work is "From A to A+". As for Dr. Yang's preface, this book analyzes the five processes of how large enterprises decline from many historical analysis perspectives. Because Physician Yang wrote the preface, I also found this book to read, and I found it really fascinating and really good book. Collins' book reminds me of Wang An's autobiography "Lessons", who once dominated the global computer industry and fought against IBM; it also reminds me of Edward Gibbon's "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire", a classic work in human history. This book clearly cites Motorola's turn from prosperity to decline in the mobile phone industry; and the painful
process of how Blockbuster went bankrupt, which led to the rise of the now-popular Netflix. These are all "lessons" written by Wang An in those days. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like [Film Review] "The Worst Man in the World": "Being yourself" is really hard, hurting yourself is also hurting others Book Review of The Dancing Bear: Could freedom be a 'dancing bear' for humans? "