Atul Gawande has been many things: Rhodes scholar, husband, father, journalist, surgeon, political advisor, and author. His writings show that he is as thoughtful as he is meticulous.
In Being Mortal, doctor and writer Atul Gawande discusses end-of-life care. He takes us through the history of gerontology, assisted living, and provides countless sets of data and anecdotes. Through it all, Gawande says that the medical community as well as patients’ families treat patients as subjects rather than as human beings.
From time to time, we all find ourselves stuck, unmotivated, and more likely to plan our next vacation than to answer emails or set up business meetings. Thanks to a few key resources like The 4-Hour Work Week, The Checklist Manifesto, and Die Empty, however, you can learn to better organize your life (both in and out of the office), keep yourself motivated, and grow your business.