The Busy Reader


Pages in Motion. Passion for Stories.

November 1, 2019

Video Length 1:52

Who Should Read It

Anybody with a smart phone in their pocket.

Why Should We Read It

We are so fully engrossed in our digital lives that we might be forgetting to live our actual lives.

What Will We Learn

An effective way to unshackle ourselves from our phones and take back our lives!

Book Reflections

"...the key to to be dis...

June 1, 2019

Video Length 1:57

Who Should Read It

Every American citizen, and anyone with a passing or vested interest in American foreign policy.

Why Should We Read It

The United States increasingly relies on its military to conduct its foreign affairs. We should all understand what the long-term implications of this strategy might be. 

What Will We Learn

We will be...

November 1, 2018

This video book review was originally published at 2019 Miles to Water, a collaborative charity effort founded by Emile Wang, CEO of EWB Podcasts, and last month's guest blogger for The Busy Reader!

Video Length 2:14

Who Should Read It


Why Should We Read It

This autobiography is a compelling story of the personal and organizational growth of t...

September 2, 2018

Video Length 2:40

Who Should Read It

Everyone in the workforce, including and especially those in upper management

Why Should We Read It

If we truly care about our employees and our company mission, then we should understand why it's profitable to enact policies that truly sustains our employees' health and growth potential.

What Will We Learn


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Photo Credit to Michelle Bai

Helen Chou is a product manager and passionate business observer in the technology industry.

She loves reading about technology and business, and she enjoys sharing the ideas found in these books.

Photo Credit to Jessica Nguyen

Tan Nguyen is a practicing physician who still enjoys reading “real” books in between medical journals.


He has a soft spot for science and science fiction, and he totally predicted Ron and Hermione would get together.

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