Do Nothing by Celeste Headlee as part of Kona’s Manager Book Club May 2023

I first came to know about Kona's Manager Book Club from Alise Faircloth, my colleague at Twin Health. So I joined the May session and the book we discussed in two sessions was Do Nothing by Celeste Headlee. In the second session the author Celeste was present for the last 15 minutes to answer 3 questions that the group submitted ahead… Continue reading Do Nothing by Celeste Headlee as part of Kona’s Manager Book Club May 2023

The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

I finished reading the new edition of The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson that just got released last week. In this book the author provides valuable insights on how to achieve success and happiness in life through consistent, daily actions. Olson believes that the small, seemingly insignificant choices we make every day have a cumulative effect on… Continue reading The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity by Peter Attia, MD

I, hereby, declare war against four horsemen of chronic diseases - Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases (heart diseases), Type 2 Diabetes (I am already a pre-diabetic patient) and Neurological Degenerative Disease like Alzheimer’s. This declaration stems from reading a new book that came out in March named Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity by Peter Attia, MD. I finished it last week and found… Continue reading Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity by Peter Attia, MD

Startup Leadership by Derek Lidow

Today I finished the audiobook Startup Leadership: How Savvy Entrepreneurs Turn Their Ideas Into Successful Enterprises. In this book author Derek Lidow outlined the 4 stages of a company's growth and the leadership requirements for each of those stages. He mentions that the entrepreneur must move passed being just an entrepreneur to becoming an entrepreneurial leader (EL). Stage… Continue reading Startup Leadership by Derek Lidow

9 Rules for Cross Functional Collaboration

I came up with 9 rules for cross functional collaboration in large projects while thinking to solve a particular problem in office. Do you think these are too many or too few? Please share if you have any recommendations to change. Identify Teams - key stakeholders and participants like product, engineering, UX, business/customer Define Goals… Continue reading 9 Rules for Cross Functional Collaboration

Gangsta Vision by Dilip Ramachandran

Last week I finished the book Gangsta Vision: Recipes to break into product management leadership by Dilip Ramachandran. Dilip is my ex-colleague from Marqeta and a friend of mine. Few months before publishing this book, he had a session with me. That's when I came to know that he had been writing this book. While the… Continue reading Gangsta Vision by Dilip Ramachandran

Twin Health Outing at Campo di Bocce of Los Gatos

Last Thursday we had an outing from Twin Health as many employees flew into Mountain View Headquarter to finish the Q2 planning. We also had our Chief Marketing Offer Shella Tan join. Incidentally this is also the month when I finished my first year at Twin Health. The outing was in Campo di Bocce of… Continue reading Twin Health Outing at Campo di Bocce of Los Gatos

The 6 Types of Working Genius by Patrick Lencioni

A few days back, I finished the latest book from management guru Patrick Lencioni named The 6 Types of Working Genius: A Better Way to Understand Your Gifts, Your Frustrations, and Your Team. The premise of this book is that each of us has certain types of work that bring us joy and energy and other types of… Continue reading The 6 Types of Working Genius by Patrick Lencioni

Crossing The Chasm by Geoffrey Moore

I finished reading Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling Technology Projects to Mainstream Customers by Geoffrey Moore. I started reading this book before my Bangladesh trip in February and continued reading during my Kenya trip last month. This is a very useful but hard read. As I am working on a bay area startup, it is very relevant… Continue reading Crossing The Chasm by Geoffrey Moore

I was Featured Today in Twin Health LinkedIn Page

It's been 3 months I joined #twinhealth and enjoying my work here. I was featured today in our Twin Health LinkedIn page. Ashik Uzzaman we are so happy to have you as both a people and engineering leader. Among his many contributions; Ashik organized and leads a Leadership Guild where Twins are welcome to join and… Continue reading I was Featured Today in Twin Health LinkedIn Page