Great case studies, but too academic.

Parts of Brand Digital were dense and after re-reading these parts, they ended up being somewhat meaningless. The the last 10 pages, however, delivered the entire message of the book in a succinct, engaging and consumable way.

It took me a year-and-a-half to read this book. Most other brand books have taken me less than a month to gobble up.

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Sona Khosla

Hello! My name is Sona Khosla and I hope this blog brings you new perspectives, insights and ideas for your life—whether they are written by me or someone from my community.

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