Please Don’t Buy This Book
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- Product Code: 978-81-92465-70-8
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I can get a good package of self-help ideals in an Indian context, not from an oldie but from a young, enthusiastic and ambitious young man. So, one can buy the book; can read it in just over sixty minutes. I am sure at least one of the chapters will trigger the reader to take him to the higher pedestal. My best wishes to the author!
Chandrayaan I and Chandrayaan-2
This book helps in understanding one’s inner personality.It raises the question whether our road map is on the right path and journey towards our goal/destination serves the purpose of life.This book is a soft read. Overall, this book helps the reader to understand that success and failure are based on one’s THINKING.
My best wishes to the author Mr.Gobinath and readers.
Superstar Rajnikanth, Actor
Amazing book! Lot of people’s comfort zone is to live and keep alive their worries. They make a mountain out of a molehill. Positive radiation can make a world of difference. The powerful communication in this book rocks and shakes myths. A famous proverb in Tamil says that good or bad does not come from others. It is self-made. Gobinath reinforces it with a good elaboration and better communication. You can buy this book. But if your comfort zone is to continue a mentally sick life then "PLEASE DO NOT READ IT”.
With fond regards,
R. G. Chandramogan, Founder of Hatsun Agro Product Limited.
A prescription for happiness. An inspiring, worthwhile read... It reminds us to trust ourselves and the universe again in our search for happiness.
Don’t listen to the author, buy this book. You won’t regret.
DidemTuncay. Writer, Turkey
One can never have enough books about rediscovering oneself or going down the road to self-righteousness. But, this book written simply and eloquently speaks to us from the heart on how we can be better individuals. Gobinath speaks of finding happiness within ourselves which isn’t easy to do, but true to its words is essential. He mentions that both crying and laughter enable us to express our feelings well, which, I think, is important for one to understand ourselves as well as those dear to us.
I appreciate the fact that we should do what we truly believe in and not do what others want us to do thereby losing our individuality, which is very important. This, along with self-worth, acceptance and the right attitude to problem solving are some wonderfully valuable lessons in life that Gobinath explains at length. A light read, it can lift anyone’s spirits!
My best wishes to you!
C K Ranganathan
Chairman, Cavinkare Group