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How to Win at Life (eBook)

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This book is a compilation of the authors articles published in the Hans India. It makes for a refreshing reading as it fuses numerous anecdotes to substantiate every lesson drawn. With a wider reach in terms of appeal, the book helps the reader to identify with the authors personal experiences. The compelling style in putting across his personal narratives makes it quite illustrative. Backed up by research findings in psychology, management, decision science, leadership studies, and so forth, the lessons learnt in life are provided in a perspective for everyone to emulate. While flipping through the pages, the reader is prompted to probe, dig deeper, and embark on an honest, soul-searching exercise. The reading reinforces the thought process to arrive at workable solutions. Each chapter has a conclusive moral as it flows from the authors profoundness at translating the lessons learnt into practicalities. In essence, life lessons in the book prepare the reader to brave the challenges and crises without making any judgmental errors and regret for a lifetime. Reading maketh a full man. Elders, too, recommend that reading autobiographies of achievers will help one to handle life with dexterity. The author, Professor K. Nageshwar, is an incredibly gifted achiever who has had a closer interface with a multitude of fields. The appeal, charm, and relevance of the authors memoirs are more pronounced as the subjects covered include decision science, stress management, motivation, personality development, leadership, art of management, facing challenges, obstacle management, organizational behavior, communication skills, judgment, self-assessment, learning skills, social connectivity, design-thinking, interpersonal relations, financial management, critical thinking, goal setting, and problem solving.

This book is a compilation of the authors articles published in the Hans India. It makes for a refreshing reading as it fuses numerous anecdotes to substantiate every lesson drawn. With a wider reach in terms of appeal, the book helps the reader to identify with the authors personal experiences. The compelling style in putting across his personal narratives makes it quite illustrative. Backed up by research findings in psychology, management, decision science, leadership studies, and so forth, the lessons learnt in life are provided in a perspective for everyone to emulate. While flipping through the pages, the reader is prompted to probe, dig deeper, and embark on an honest, soul-searching exercise. The reading reinforces the thought process to arrive at workable solutions. Each chapter has a conclusive moral as it flows from the authors profoundness at translating the lessons learnt into practicalities. In essence, life lessons in the book prepare the reader to brave the challenges and crises without making any judgmental errors and regret for a lifetime. Reading maketh a full man. Elders, too, recommend that reading autobiographies of achievers will help one to handle life with dexterity. The author, Professor K. Nageshwar, is an incredibly gifted achiever who has had a closer interface with a multitude of fields. The appeal, charm, and relevance of the authors memoirs are more pronounced as the subjects covered include decision science, stress management, motivation, personality development, leadership, art of management, facing challenges, obstacle management, organizational behavior, communication skills, judgment, self-assessment, learning skills, social connectivity, design-thinking, interpersonal relations, financial management, critical thinking, goal setting, and problem solving.


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