Book Reviews

JOB BE DAMNED – Book Review

  • Author: Rishi Piparaiya
  • Genre: Business & Management
  • Paperback: 282 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; 1 edition (14 June 2018)
  • Language: English

My Review

I kickstarted the book in the middle of my exams and oh boy! it is hilarious and one of its kind. It kept me engaged with its humoristic content and an equally mesmerizing writing style of its author. Truly, it is ahead of its generic contemporaries. The book is fresh and binding.

In the current scenario, where the cut-throat competition is on a rise, and to win it all, you need to have a competitive edge. But at times, you might feel that this is not it. That the hard work and your sweat with which you are pursuing your job is going in vain. That things are not easy enough to be molded by your potential and diligence. That there are reasons which are rendering you a waste. And this mounts up the pressure and frustration within you. You scream, perhaps in your mind, but you do. You do want to achieve but then, how? This book is a perfect answer.

JOB BE DAMNED has a different or I would say, a unique, perspective to offer you. It has several ways and tricks written in and between the lines to teach and train your confident brain. Filled with anecdotes, the book comes as a fresh read that opens up windows to novel ideas and strategies to implement in order to drive your career. What I admire about the book is its smooth narrative that kind of adapts to its reader effortlessly. The book is a product of the author’s research and experiences which make it relatable and pragmatic to follow. It teaches that to achieve the success you need to innovate – in your work, ideas, plans, and navigate through every challenge with a pint of humor. This makes the elusive corporate success achievable.

The book might not appeal all the readers because not everyone would be pretty much intrigued by stocks, meetings, business presentations and what not. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it. The book may seem boring at places. However, the kickass language used in the book made it comprehensible for me. The whole idea behind acing your professional career has been brought out well!

MY RATING: 3.5/ 5


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