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The Indic Quotient: Reclaiming Heritage through Cultural Enterprise

by Kaninika Mishra

Over the past decade, India has seen a significant rise in both passion for enterprise and pride in heritage. The two have converged to form successful ventures and imaginative social initiatives centred around Indic ideas that encompass yoga, Ayurveda, textiles, Sanskrit education and temple conservation, among others. In The Indic Quotient, Kaninika Mishra celebrates the efforts of ordinary Indians as they reclaim their native identity with ingenuity – from a team of economists working to put long-forgotten millets on urban Indian plates in Delhi to a group of art enthusiasts working to bring back stolen artefacts from museums abroad; an ex-investment banker formulating Ayurveda-inspired beauty products in Chandigarh to a yoga teacher from rural Bihar setting up a successful teaching practice in Gurugram; and a former engineer working to revive traditional textiles in Assam to a corporate professional in Bengaluru making India's first Sanskrit animation film. With intimately told stories of dynamism and entrepreneurship, the book tries to examine the relevance of traditional wisdom and culture in modern India, and what they mean for India's economic future and soft power.

Mind Your Mind: Three Principles for Happy Living

by Venugopal Acharya

How do I stop myself from worrying all the time? Why do I overthink? Whom do I blame for my problems? Is my mind a friend or an enemy? My life seems so useless –what is the point of living? Is happiness achievable despite all my troubles? If any of these questions resonate with you, corporate practitioner turned monk and teacher Venugopal Acharya has the answers you’re looking for. Beginning with the premise that the solution to an anxious or restless mind lies not in controlling the mind – an impossible task at the best of times – but in learning how to manage it, he recommends three powerful yet simple principles for mind management and happy living: Awareness, Acceptance and Aspiration. Moving a step ahead of merely outlining these ‘self-help methods’, the Acharya explains – through anecdotes from history and contemporary events as well as nuggets from ancient Indian scriptures – how to integrate these distinct concepts into a three-step practice for daily living and achieve benefits that are simultaneously immediate and long-lasting. An invaluable guide to self-transformation that is tailor-made for modern living, Mind Your Mind gently but powerfully reveals that you are much more than your mind – and you can, therefore, live a fulfilling, uncomplicated and contented life beyond it.

Song of the Free: Teachings of the 24 Gurus of Dattatreya

by Acharya Pundrik Goswami

A collection of true events, Song of the Free illustrates beautifully the life of Dattatreyaji, a monk, a syncretic deity, who is considered to be an incarnation of Trimurti, blessed with the qualities of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. An avatar and a wandering ascetic, Dattatreyaji's life stressed on the importance of learning. He taught us to recognise wisdom from even the smallest creature of nature, like the honey bee. The book gathers the profound cognisance of Dattatreyaji. The 24 gurus, as accepted by him, are individually described, each forming a chapter. The guru is a source of divinity and the true guru guides us to attain our divine attributes. The book portrays the supreme consciousness of Dattatreyaji as he acknowledged the true guru found in nature-animals, birds and humans. He emphasised that if you have the desire to learn you can derive inspiration from anything. Moreover, his teachings inspire us to be in harmony with nature and other elements of the environment. Song of the Free acts as a true guru who will lead you to wisdom, allowing youto thrive on your own. Influenced by spirituality and philosophy, the book is a guide to learning-learning to live and live with wisdom.

The Intent to Listen: A Silent Revolution

by Priya Somaiya

Listening doesn't always get the attention that it deserves and is mostly taken for granted. It is a powerful ability that humans possess but is hardly used or applied. Problems between parents and children, between seniors and subordinates, between governments and the public-most interpersonal and social issues emanate from poor listening.As we grow in life our responsibility lies more in listening than in speaking. The seeds of conflict are very often sown when we stop listening. Listening is a complex process, varied and fragile. What is the nature of listening required by individuals, organisations and nation states during times of transition and transformation? What kind of listening competencies are needed to positively cement our relationships? Which listening skills would we need when we want to understand ourselves better? Silence too is a part of communication. How can you 'listen' to silence and understand its meaning? Silence and the internalisation of wisdom have the potential to revolutionise thinking and social development. The Intent to Listen is a comprehensive attempt to analyse and understand the power of listening-about how, when and what actually facilitate its development and application. Detailed, simple and peppered with stories and scenarios, this is a must-read for effective communication.

Nano Housing: How a Small House Can Teach the World to Think BIG

by Suresh Haware

Think big, act small… Act now… Many of us think big but fail to micro plan. Others get stuck at micro-planning, missing the 'big picture' of what impacts us nationally and globally. Housing is a basic necessity of human beings across the globe, and not just in India. Affordable housing for the masses is a key challenge for governments and policy makers. In Nano Housing, Dr Suresh Haware brings out a detailed study and offers solutions for the housing needs of India and its states and cities. A path-breaking and time-tested concept, nano housing is the outcome of an in-depth practical research which has the potential to fulfill the dream of the common man-an affordable house at an affordable price. Further, the book addresses the impact of GST, RERA and demonetisation on real estate; analyses REIT, home finance and rental housing; and voices the concern of homeless people, unauthorised housing, redevelopment and many other aspects of housing. An innovative and revolutionary idea, Nano Housing is a must-read for all businessmen in general and professionals, economists, sociologists, officials and policy makers engaged in the housing industry in particular.

How to Get Published in India: Your go-to guide to write, publish and sell your book with tips and insights from industry experts

by Meghna Pant

They say everybody has a book in them, so why should only a select few get to share theirs with the world? As a new writer, the process of making your dream into a reality feels incredibly daunting given the lack of information out there. This inspired award-winning, bestselling author Meghna Pant to write a book filled with the advice she wishes someone had given her when she was starting out. Including never-before collected essays from experts in their field including Jeffrey Archer, Shobhaa De, Ashwin Sanghi, Meena Kandasamy and many more, How To Get Published in India busts myths and answers questions as varied as which publisher would be best for your work, where to find inspiration for a short story, how to manage your finances if you plan to write fulltime, how to write a cover letter and how to successfully promote your book.

Galaxy of Great Thoughts: Wisdom Through the Ages

by Divya Gokulnath

A legend in his lifetime as an administrator and agriculturist, and a voracious reader and man of the arts, M. Varatharajulu compiled a lifetime of experience and wisdom in this simple but profound collection of wisdom from across all time. He has drawn material from a wide variety of sources-scriptures, songs, speeches, classic literature, academic discourse-and sometimes from people holding strongly contrary opinions to give a sense of the range and diversity of opinions in the world. Organised alphabetically by theme, and covering a wide range of diverse subjects, ranging from adjustment to vengeance, this book is a compendium of all wisdom through the ages, distilled by a keen mind. One can dip into it for wisdom and to find material for reflection on almost any topic in the contemporary world. That is what makes this book invaluable and a virtual library in itself, as it contains history, biography, poetry, philosophy and spiritualism distilled into these pages. The wisdom contained between the covers of this book will encourage you to live your life to the fullest. Begin each day with a powerful dose of wisdom and inspiration to overcome fear, boost your self-esteem, create success, enjoy life, claim your inner strength, and make your dreams come true. To borrow from Socrates: Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.

Creativity Unleashed: 48 Days of Mindfulness to Unlock Your Creative Spirit

by Gopi Krishnaswamy

Creativity is considered one of the most valuable skills to possess in today's volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. However, it is also often thought of as a skill or talent a person is born with. Dispelling this myth through a compelling narration that combines personal anecdotes with history and neuroscience, the author helps us understand that creativity is well within the reach of each and every one of us. Not stopping at that, this book offers a powerful method of enhancing creativity through simple step-by-step practices of mindfulness meditations and methods. A guide, a workbook and a manual rolled into a simple, easy-to-follow and practical format, Creativity Unleashed is an essential read for professionals from different fields, students and, in fact, anyone who wishes to expand their creative potential. With an engaging and playful narrative, this is a faithful companion, a fantastic bedside read and a guide that works to unleash your hidden talent well beyond the 48 days of the programme in the book.

Chalta Hai India: When ‘It’s Ok!’ is Not Ok

by Alpesh Patel

India once commanded a massive 30 per cent share of the global GDP and led the world in most fields, but today the country sadly is a developing nation. People often attribute India's sluggish progress to the malaise called the Chalta Hai ('It's okay', 'Let it be') attitude, but not everyone agrees with that presupposition. Debates on the subject are often inconclusive and discomfiting questions remain unanswered. Are we really a Chalta Hai nation? Is Chalta Hai ingrained in our DNA or is it just a bad habit which can be easily exterminated? Will this attitude stop India from becoming a global power?Alpesh Patel delves into this quirky Indian approach and answers these questions by examining the country's pace of progress in fields such as education, infrastructure, films and sports since Independence. The book revisits our cultural, ideological and political history over three millennia to trace the roots of the Chalta Hai attitude of Indians. Interesting facts and unsettling inferences force the reader to introspect and awaken him to the need for an urgent action. Finally, the book charts out methods and suggestions on how to get rid of the Chalta Hai attitude and take India closer to the dream of becoming a developed nation.

Klesh Rahit Jeevan - Novel: क्लेश रहित जीवन - कादंबरी

by Dada Bhagwan

तुम्ही जीवनात होणाऱ्या क्लेशांपासून थकून गेला आहात का? आणि चकित आहात की हे नवीन क्लेश कुठून बरे उत्पन्न होतात? क्लेश रहित जीवनासाठी तुम्हाला फक्त पक्का निश्चय करायचा आहे की लोकांसोबत असलेला व्यवहार तुम्ही समताभावे पूर्ण कराल आणि तेही त्यात यश मिळेल की नाही याची चिंता केल्याशिवाय. मग एक दिवस तुम्हाला तुमच्या जीवनात नक्कीच शांती लाभेल. जर बायको-मुलांसोबत अधिक गुंतागुंतीचे कर्म असतील तर त्यांचा निकाल करण्यात जरा जास्त वेळ लागतो. जवळच्या माणसांसोबत असलेला गुंता हळूहळू संपुष्टात येतो. चिकट कर्मांचा निकाल करतेवेळी तुम्हाला अतिशय जागृत राहावे लागेल. जर तुम्ही निष्काळजीपणा आणि आळस दाखवलात तर हा सर्व गुंता सोडवण्यात तुम्हाला अपयश मिळेल. जर कोणी तुम्हाला कटू शब्द बोलला आणि त्यावर तुमचीही जर कटू वाणी निघाली तरीही तुमच्या बाहेरील व्यवहार इतका महत्वपूर्ण नाही कारण तुमची घृणा समाप्त झाली आहे आणि तुम्ही समभावे निकाल करण्याचा दृढ निश्चय केलेला आहे. बदला घेण्याच्या सर्व भावनांपासून मुक्त होण्यासाठी तुम्हाला परम पूज्य दादाश्रींकडे येऊन ज्ञान घेतले पाहिजे. मी तुम्हाला मुक्त होण्याचा रस्ता दाखवेल. जीवनात थकलेली माणसे मृत्यूला का कवटाळतात? याचे कारण ते जीवनातील ताण-तनावाचा सामना करु शकत नाही. इतक्या अधिक ताण-तनावात तुम्ही किती दिवस जगू शकाल? किड्या-मुंग्याप्रमाणे आजचा मनुष्य निरंतर त्रासलेला आहे. मनुष्य जीवन मिळाल्यानंतरही कोणी दु:खी का असावे? संपूर्ण जग दु:खातच आहे आणि जो दु:खात नाही तो काल्पनिक सुखात हरवलेला आहे. या दोन टोकांमध्ये जीवत झुलत आहे. आत्मज्ञान प्राप्त झाल्यानंतर तुम्ही सर्व कल्पना आणि दु:खांपासून मुक्त व्हाल. दादाश्रींच्या या पुस्तकात क्लेश रहित जीवन जगण्याच्या चाव्या आणि योग्य समज देण्यात आली आहे.

First among Equals: ‘T-R-E-A-T’ Leadership for ‘L-E-A-P’ in a Knowledge-Based World

by Vishal Gupta

How do you lead, motivate and inspire individuals who are as knowledgeable as you are?How do you lead individuals who are knowledge creators (innovators, scientists, academicians, entrepreneurs, etc.) and whose core task is to create something new?While we live in a world that is becoming increasingly automated, humans will continue to dominate one significant kind of work-knowledge work. Knowledge workers can be found in professions like education, consulting, engineering, architecture, design, art and R&D. First among Equals describes the 'T-R-E-A-T' framework of leadership that is a combination of five behavioural traits-task-orientation, relation-orientation, empowering, authenticity and team-building. By presenting real-life examples of leaders from India, the book describes how the 'T-R-E-A-T' leadership affects the 'L-E-A-P' (learning, enjoyment, autonomy and performance) of knowledge workers and impacts their perceptions of fairness, creating positive psychological capacities and generating autonomous motivation. Leaders of knowledge workers have to consider themselves as 'first among equals' in order to be effective in a knowledge work context.

Here and Beyond: Eternal Happiness Through Self Evolution

by Rashmi Joshi

How do you deal with life's challenges? What is the secret of living a simple and happy life? How do you strike a balance in all your relationships – whether in love, in work or in life? When and how can universal energies work for you? How can you learn to analyse every situation correctly? And ultimately, how can you attain soul realisation? The book, Here and Beyond, articulates the answers to all your existential queries, helping you to learn and evolve as a spiritual being with each step. With easy and identifiable anecdotes from life – ranging from dealing with a neighbour who calls you names to witnessing a child dying of a life threatening disease – the book offers a comprehensive understanding of life's basic principles. The book, Here and Beyond, strives to help you secure a blissful life, free of disease and disquiet.

Dear People, with Love and Care, Your Doctors: Heartfelt Stories about Doctor-Patient Relationship

by Debraj Shome Aparna Govil

From time immemorial, medicine has remained one of the most respected professions. Trust formed the unshakeable foundation of the doctor-patient relationship and, for long, doctors were treated next to God. In recent times, though, this sacred relationship is suffering from an erosion of faith. We often hear discouraging stories of doctors being abused and hospitals vandalised. The narrative is gradually turning negative-a dismal reality for both doctors and patients. We tend to forget that there are many great things happening in the medical world. Today, we are living much longer, we have managed to eradicate many diseases, we have vaccines that prevent our children from dying, life-saving surgeries are being performed while the baby is still in the womb, and we can give the gift of life to someone by transplanting vital organs. Medical miracles are happening every day in hospitals worldwide.This book is a collection of heartfelt stories by doctors and patients from across the globe. These are stories of triumph, empathy, positivity, loss and, sometimes, failure. It goes one step ahead and captures the experience of people who surround a doctor-the mother of a doctor, a surgeon's husband and an acid attack survivor-stories that underline that a doctor too is a human being after all. Human resilience can often break barriers, and these stories serve as inspiration to both patients and doctors alike.Riveting and absolutely unputdownable, Dear People gives an inside view of the world of medicine and hopes to inspire millions to retain faith in this beautiful relationship.

College: Pathways of Possibility

by Saikat Majumdar

What are the avenues of postsecondary educational experience available to the student in India today? Can college education be tailored to one's specific talents and meaningful to the world at the same time? Is there indeed such a thing as native intelligence? What is the ideal education to bring such intelligences to life? What are the possible curricular relationships between the arts and the sciences; the qualitative and the quantitative, the theoretical and the experiential? How deeply should a college education be rooted in a discipline? Should one cultivate one disciplinary strength or multiple ones? What is more valued by employers - depth or range? College provides accessible answers to these questions that will resonate with students with a wide range of life aspirations. It is an erudite and interesting guide to the possibilities contained in the rapidly changing realm of higher education today. It is essential reading for current and future college students, their parents, educators and anybody interested in the rich potential in the terrain of post secondary education in post-millennial India.

You Can Achieve More: Live By Design, Not By Default

by Shiv Khera

While it is often said that a person with a negative attitude cannot be helped, it is also true that a person with a positive attitude cannot be stopped. Life is an obstacle course in which we can often become our own biggest obstacle, but a positive attitude can be transformational. In one sense, this book is a road map for a life journey in achieving more. It offers direction and can help you make positive decisions in a noisy and cluttered environment. Success is neither a miracle nor a mystery. It is the natural outcome of consistently applying certain principles on an ongoing basis. Success does not depend upon special skills, formal education or superior intelligence. Success is a matter of understanding and acting upon principles that have been in existence for centuries. These principles may be simple in themselves but none of them will work unless they are put into firm and decisive action. This book effectively teaches not only the principles of success but also how to avoid expensive and demoralising mistakes. The principles themselves are universal, cutting across country, culture and religion. Diligently practising them will help you develop confidence and allow your life to become more meaningful and rewarding. Applying these principles may require a lot of self-discipline and commitment but, once learned and applied, the results can be rewarding and gratifying.If you want to be successful and happy, then become a student and study the life of successful people in depth; if you want to become wealthy, then study the principles of acquiring wealth. Learning to make a living and learning to live are two different things. This book helps you design a more meaningful life, by making positive choices and avoiding the most common pitfalls. Acquiring facts is knowledge; interpreting facts is understanding; and the proper application of facts is wisdom. This book by Shiv Khera is designed to help you create an action plan to optimize your potential - in other words, to achieve more.

Stop Don't Go There: Mistakes Made by Top Leaders

by Dr Parveen Prasad

Stop! Don't Go There! Mistakes Made by Top Leaders, provides a framework that should permeate strategies to balance the imperatives of the present with the high pressure demands of the future. The case in point is to focus on the organisation's core competencies rather than merely toeing the line of competitors. It, thus, offers a rich collection of hindsight vision from an elite and diverse group of leaders, juxtaposed with how that translates into actions in the current scenario.Based on in-depth interviews with more than 30 high profile leaders, the book provides valuable insights generated through the mistakes made by these luminaries. Be it related to balancing today's exigencies with tomorrow's challenges, articulating a road map, identifying values, behaviours and metrics for sustenance or aligning with culture...leaders have candidly admitted to their shortcomings and failings. What's intriguing is that some of them, overwhelmed with the quality of interaction, confessed to outlining their mistakes, on deep reflection, right during their interview.The valuable lessons learnt from these cross section of leaders spanning manufacturing, IT, services, education, politics, law, the fine arts, hospitality, and SMEs, represents a unique and important perspective to guide organisations towards a long-term winning position. Letting go is what enables you to move forward. Many leaders have learnt to unlearn values and traditional mindsets in order to scale heights. This book, a one-of-its-kind compendium of corporate mistakes, structured around values, mistakes and learning through first person interviews, is a must-read for leaders and managers in today's fast changing, hypercompetitive world, where unquestioned answers are being probed.In demonstrating a high degree of learnability, the book is a true primer for a non-linear business world riddled with discontinuities and disruptions.

Between You and Me: Flight to Societal Moksha

by Atul Khanna

A young soul trapped in an old body. A ticking clock slower than time. Can this be the ironic destiny of 600 million bright and young Indians? Are we born free and yet trapped by our circumstances?Between You and Me is a conversation that makes the reader ponder about the much-needed transformational changes for the twenty-first century. Why should we get up to act only when we are pushed to the corner? After all, a stitch in time saves nine. Could it be that the parameters of economics, administration, democracy, and social and political constitutions were all ideated and executed for another era? Will tinkering with these institutions help or are fresh ideas needed?Encompassing an extensive discussion and analysis of what comprise our society-government, economy, education, healthcare, science, technology and so on-this book gives the reader a holistic view of India and helps in deriving solution-oriented ideas for a new societal design and structure which will ensure a thriving democracy. It presents the hope and aspiration of an ancient society that wants to break through the colonial legacy and land safely into the future. It is a gripping petition with operating models for redefining the citizen's role-from the audience to the hero-which, if implemented, would bring societal moksha of peace, power and prosperity.

Wonderful Boss

by Virender Kapoor

Though the definition itself is somewhat derogatory, that author has dispelled this notion through this book. As a believer in the law of averages, and quoting from his own experience of around forty years, the author says that there would be more good guys in organizational corridors of power than bad ones. Yet there is big room for improvement for the good guys too. A leader has a much larger role to play which affects performance and progress of the entire organization. At the core of leadership lies vision, mission, direction, wisdom, sacrifice and also a moralistic stance. In contrast, the role of a boss is more 'hands on' and largely revolves around and is focused towards 'people management' and interpersonal relations with the employees of the organization. The boss subordinate relationship becomes very personal and that is why one would say 'He is my boss, and you will seldom get to hear anything like, 'he is my leader.' It is the softer part of leadership which is the hardest to manage! Putting it in another way, a boss is in your immediate vicinity with whom you deal on a daily basis, whereas a leader may be visible only from a distance. During the Gilded Age, in the 19th century in the United States, bossism was a system of political control centering around a single powerful figure-the boss. The central figure had tremendous clout and influence in terms of political control. In that context also, boss was to do more with “control” and perhaps nothing to do with leadership. In the modern environment, bossism is about 'atmospherics', which has a direct impact on a subordinate's performance as well his personal life and happiness too. Therefore, bossism is skewed more towards emotional intelligence rather than the IQ of a boss.

Winning Instinct: Decoding the Power Within

by Virender Kapoor

Passion, purpose, potential, perseverance are the qualities required to make great achievers and leaders. This book tells you how to · turn people into leaders · build trust and confidence · make you reach your destiny · transform your organization

Effective Planning and Time Management

by Vivek Bindra

"Effective Planning and Time Management"contains all the ingredients required to increase individual productivity by effectively planning and managing the available 24 hours to make the most out of it.The book will enable you to:1. Increase focus by minimizing procrastination2. Reduce Stress and maximize work-life balance3. Enhance productivity, accountability through effective planning4. Maximize results by dealing with time stealers5. Adopt more focused approach by focusing on big five and small five goals6. Learn to prioritize your schedule to achieve more in less time7. Create effective schedule to keep moving towards your goals

Happiness Is All We Want

by Ashutosh Mishra

Today, we are leading our lives in mindless pursuit, unable even to articulate what we are pursuing. We are unhappy even after achieving what we desire. Happiness is all we want! suggests that the source of peace and happiness is within us, if we know the secret. The book's objective is to help us unlock that secret and attain a high level of overall well-being in order to lead a happy and fulfilling life and be the healthiest we can be, mentally and physically. A wide variety of tools and techniques are explained in simple language. Many real life experiences of the author as well as other people are interspersed through the book. Demystifying the spiritual aspect of wellbeing, this book integrates it with your life objectives. You can immensely improve not only the peace and happiness in your life but your beauty and appearance as well.

Selfienomics: A Seriously Funny Guide to Living the Good Life

by Revant Himatsingka

"Original version of a #selfie: Taking a photo of yourself rather than having someone else take it for you. You try out various filters and select the one that makes you look your best. #Selfienomics version of a #selfie: reflecting on different aspects of your life and taking the initiative to improve so that you can be the best version of yourself." And so begins Selfienomics, the first Indian self-help book written for young people by a young entrepreneur who speaks their language. Offering workable, practical advise on how to manage finances, start a business, complete creative projects and how to be a better citizen, Selfienomics is so funny, upbeat and entertaining, it's not just a must-read but also a mast-read.

12 Essential Abilities Of Extraordinary People

by Virender Kapoor

Extraordinary people aren't just born fully formed. They don't just emerge out of slogans and rhetoric. They work towards making a positive, palpable change. These people are what they are because they wanted to be what they are.This book isn't about changing the way you dress or learning to master punctuality – it's about serious life altering traits which dig deep into your DNA to turn you around as a person. These traits – which Gandhi, Lincoln, Helen Keller, Tendulkar, Tata or Eisenhower had – are viewed as god's gift. Just because we're not born with them, it doesn't mean we can't learn to become that way. If you want to become an effective person, regardless of where you stand in life's continuum – a college student, a working professional, an entrepreneur or a CEO- this book is for you. It will be you mentor; explaining, demonstrating and guiding you through each of this trait which make great people. If you want to work on yourself – go for it.

Many Everests: An Inspiring Journey of Transforming Dreams Into Reality

by Ravindra Kumar

Many Everests has a tremendous potential to change the way you look at life. It helps you realise your own innate power, lying dormant within you, which you can generate to achieve what has been unfulfilled over the years. This book aims to spread the mantra of success among the common people and ignite the minds of thousands, especially the youth. The major focus of the book is on a seamless delineation of the tenets of success, what the author calls Advanced Positive Visualization. The author has shared with the readers about the unique capacity of human brain to catch image of anything before any other sensory perception like speech, hearing, smell, touch etc. Although it is happening in our daily life but still we don't notice it. He has further shared how this unique capacity of brain helps in realizing your unfulfilled dreams and makes your life better. This is unique finding on working of human mind, where the author has not only documented his observation from day-to-day lifebut he has also explained it scientifically by connecting the dots of old as well as modern scientific researches including Einstein's Theory of Relativity, findings by Yogis, experiments done on human brain by modern university like Harvard Medical School etc. He has explained this highly technical subject in simplelanguage, which can be understood by everyone. The author has further explained how people can take advantage of this technique by showing its effectiveness in the various ups and downs in his own life and byanalyzing the positive effect of the technique when pulled down by tribulations in one's life. Thus, the author demonstrates to the readers and in the process motivates them, how he, in spite of coming from a destitute background and being resigned to multiple hindrances in life, set up many milestones in a shortspan of time.To understand the technique fully and reap its benefit, do read this book.

Bechana Seekho Aur Safal Bano

by Shiv Khera

It is often said that in order to succeed, one needs to learn the 'tricks of the trade'. However, this is not true. Good professionals learn the trade. This is what You Can Sell teaches you how to do-to gain thorough knowledge of the trade, better understanding of the task at hand and sell your way to success. · Gain success and avoid pitfalls · Meet and exceed goals · Establish credibility and grow · Gain a competitive edge · Learn the qualities of a winning professional

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