Management is not a linear or fully independent field. With influences pouring in from every quarter ranging from psychology and physics to chemistry and even dance, from statistics to philosophy, management is every bit the art as it is a science. Replete with nuggets of information picked from different stages of his life, and through the cape of experience and knowledge, R C Nathan explores many dimensions of ideas and thoughts that can help prune a managerial endeavor towards giving a company a shot at success. The underlying idea of his core theme is the fact that one needs to keep learning and acquiring knowledge. But, that cannot happen unless and until one makes the effort to learn how to learn. This is worth a read for anyone seeking to make a foray into the world of management, or, to rekindle a lost interest in the field, or to substantiate one’s existential efforts in the field.