Uncover the Awesome You! by Utkarsh Shukla is a self-help book that aims to inspire its reader to discover their best selves. Through a bunch of anecdotes, this book propels the readers to grow beyond their self-imposed limits.
Tag: Non Fiction Books
Reboot | Issac John | Book Review
Reboot: How to Manage Career Breaks and Return with Greater Success by Issac John is a reader-friendly guide on how one can make a comeback after taking a sabbatical (a career break).
The New Age Organisation | Aravind Chinchure | Book Review
The New Age Organisation by Dr Aravind Chinchure is a well-written guide on a breakthrough framework for growth and success in the industrial age 4.0.
Ichibun | Kosuke Sendo | Book Review
Ichibun by Kosuke Sendo is a compilation of 49 short stories depicting the secrets of Japanese precision. With the aid of the aviation industry, the book attempts to teach readers how to make better life decisions.
Calm the Chaotic Mind | Kunal Dudeja | Book Review
Calm The Chaotic Mind by Kunal Dudeja is a handy guide on how one can bring the noise in their heads to a stop using some fascinating frameworks and techniques.
Conscious Service | Elizabeth Bishop | Book Review
Conscious Service by Elizabeth Bishop is a guide to developing a holistic understanding of what conscious service truly means and how one can achieve it.
The Virtues of a Self-satisfied Life | Rahul Jain | Book Review
The Virtues of a Self-Satisfied Life by Rahul Jain is a meditative guide on how one can synchronize four key areas of life - material, inter-personal, emotional, and spiritual - to lead a wholesome life.
The Art of Attracting Abundance | Rajesh Vairapandian | Book Review
The Art of Attracting Abundance by Rajesh Vairapandian is a helpful guide on how one can visualize and master the law of attraction to achieve success and happiness.
Be the Best Version of Yourself | Srinivart | Book Review
Be the Best Version of Yourself by Srinivart is a collection of insights into personal transformation and development. It essentially shows the path to how one can bring changes in themselves.
Most Wanted Zindagi | Gaurav Upadhyay | Book Review
मोस्ट वांटेड ज़िन्दगी गौरव उपाध्याय द्वारा रचित एक सेल्फ हेल्प किताब है जो जीवन के यथार्थ से प्रेरित है. इसमें निहित life lessons हमें जीवन के अंधकार से उबरकर रौशनी की ओर जाने को प्रेरित करते हैं.
A.L.L.I.E.D: Accelerated Learning Lessons In Education Development | Srisesha | Book Review
Allied by Srisesha introduces us to the new, expert, and accelerated methodology of learning. This book explains several stages of learning and presents a few models to learn effectively.
Hustlers and Seekers | Tommy Baker | Review & Discussion
'Hustlers and Seekers' by Tommy Baker reveals the key to achieving mind-blowing progress and fulfilment from knowing when to charge ahead, and when to step back. This no-nonsense guide will help you to stay in the sweet spot of the hustle and seeking.
Review of The Flu by Dr Amrita Narang – Diary of a Daughter, Summer 2021, India
The Flu by Dr Amrita Narang is a true account of a doctor who had to strike a balance between her responsibilities as a daughter and a doctor. The story essentially spans the dreaded days of the second wave in India that had many people looking for hospital beds and oxygen cylinders.
SimplyMutual: The 1% Formula to Gain Financial Freedom | Deepak Mullick
SimplyMutual: The 1% Formula by investment veteran Deepak Mullick is a beginner-friendly guide on demystifying equity investing. Comprising bits of meticulous research and years of experience, this book teaches about wealth building in a practical manner.
TRICADE 1990 to 2020: The Decades Of Harmony And Mayhem by Deepak Bhushanam
Tricade 1990 to 2020 by Deepak Bhushanam is an insightful account of thirty years showcasing how India has evolved in them. It elaborates on several areas that went on to change themselves and contribute to the nation's development.
7 Simple Rules | Sam Sadar | Book Review
7 Simple Rules by Sam Sadar is a short book about how one can find a ray of sunshine in the midst of gloominess. These lessons are easily applicable to our lives and would certainly make a teeny tiny difference to them.
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