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Rohit Bhargava | Books & Publications

Rohit Bhargava | Books & Publications

Rohit Bhargava has written eight books on topics as wide ranging as the future of business, why leaders always eat left handed and how to create a more diverse and inclusive world. His books have been translated into 20 languages and he is a multiple-time #1 Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author. His signature book series, Non-Obvious, has been downloaded, purchased or shared by more than 1 million readers worldwide and is the winner of over 20 prestigious book awards.

Beyond Diversity (coming November 9, 2021)

Inspired by the world’s most ambitious conversation about diversity, this co-authored book takes a unique look at the challenge of embracing diversity through the lens of twelve key themes and offers an actionable guide for truly building a more inclusive world.

Non-Obvious Megatrends (10th Annual Book in the Non-Obvious Series)

Based on the insights from ten years of research this #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling book reveals the ten megatrends shaping our society and is the final edition of a decade-long series of annual books and trend insights read by over 1 million people worldwide.

The Non-Obvious Guide To Working Remotely

A deeply useful playbook on how to be more productive while working remotely, engage with colleagues in virtual meetings and lead a team when people are distributed in multiple locations.

The Non-Obvious Guide To Marketing & Branding

A comprehensive guide to everything you ever wanted to know about marketing, from building a brand to standing out in search engines, this book from award-winning marketer Rohit Bhargava is filled with practical lessons, downloadable templates and down to earth advice you can really use.

Always Eat Left Handed

An entertainingly irreverent career advice book from Wall Street Journal bestselling author and occasional Georgetown University professor Rohit Bhargava filled with brutally honest secrets of success no one has ever dared to tell you.


Why do we choose to do business and trust people that we like? This eye-opening book explores how trust is built and the central role that likeability often plays in why we believe some leaders and remain loyal to some organizations, while others lose our trust.

ePatient 2015

This co-authored and research-based book offered an inside look at some of the biggest trends shaping the world of healthcare and how patient empowerment was (and continues to) drive a major shift in how healthcare is delivered.

Personality Not Included

An award winning book that reveals why personality matters for brands and marketing. Filled with unique stories, a groundbreaking new storytelling model and more than a hundred real life examples, this book continues to be used by brand marketers more than a decade after it was first published.