Fetch Your Own Coffee: Lessons from Everyday, for Everyone by Kaustubh Sonalkar is a gem. Start reading one chapter a day, enjoy, absorb everything the author says. It’s a beautiful collection of stories that will teach you lessons for life.
Each chapter has a story to tell, practical lessons to learn and imply it in our lives. Each chapter is intriguing, will astound you with his observations. From corporate culture to lines between movies, about all the little things that we never notice. It’s about viewing things differently.
It has topics that we often want to discuss, things we never tell. Be it the five questions that agile businesses need to stop asking at interviews to the man who saw tomorrow, why you should do absolutely nothing on January 1st to set your soul free now, death can wait.
From the title of each chapter, I was too excited to read this book and I loved it. The way the author explained things is commendable. The crisp and interesting writing style makes it more relatable. One could easily connect to this book over the cup of coffee.
Sharing various examples, facts and stories, it’s a well researched and well-sequenced book I would say.
This book is for each one of us, who wants to explore, who want to read something different.
A must-read book.
We do our best thinking when our minds are free to wander, and our minds are most free when we do routine tasks like fetching ourselves a cup of coffee or watering the plants. Fetch Your Own Coffee is a compilation of such profound thoughts – that offer an alternative view of everything around us. Written and published as separate blogs over three years, each chapter included in this book has been widely read and discussed online before being handpicked and compiled in this one book of invaluable life lessons.