[email protected] Knows, is a book that will make readers aware of how small changes in what they follow and what they choose, can have a profound impact on their lives . [email protected] KnowsShailendra SinghRupa pagesRs You know you’ve landed a ‘different’ book to review when the author first directs you to a. The blurb for Shailendra Singh’s book ‘[email protected] Knows’ gives the impression of a self-improvement book and the author seems to have himself.
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But everything changes for him when he shockingly suffers a near-fatal cardiac arrest. Profound thoughts are put across in such a fashion that it is easy to grasp and implement them.
Once you dive into this book, you will definitely come out with quite a good number of valuable stones filled in your heart and mind.
That he has been doing it all wrong. Renu April 15, at It’s a useful book to all. Hope the author now knows a lot provided he has gone thru your review. He has a dream of meeting his jnows in the heavenly clouds and when he asks him certain questions regarding his life, the answer in reply always is F?
Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’
When a book in one v says, “Don’t let THEM dictate what you should do” and in another says, “Who is considered a success – a carter or a CEO” there is an automatic element of contradiction. It is a readable book, well-peppered with humor and with celebrity reminiscences. It’s just neutral, like carrying our lives because we are breathing.
Liked the way in which author has evolved himself in life after he realized life is very knoss. Shailendra Singh calls himself as a B. If other’s stories inspiredwe don’t need such books at all. A heart attack at the age of 45 changed his perception @j life. He is associated with Precept Advertising, the Sunburn festival and he made movies such as Pyaar Main Kabhi Kabhi and Phir Milenge after some incidents in his own life Few things in the book were repetitive but can be ignored as we ought to read them again and again but it slowed down my reading pace a bit.
[email protected] Knows
Especially some hindi translations in the novel are quite witty and fun to read. In the chapter where he described about having cheese cake and compared it to having sex with the right partner I felt it was an amazing analogy. He takes us through his personal experiences, the way he learnt things ff the way we should learn them in a very informal way.
He then realized that he had been living it all wrong and did not want others to knoes the mistakes that he did. What actually they want in life?
Humble philosophies of life were being engraved in a fascinating way which makes it a worthy read. This man who has made Rs.
Which is probably why the author suggests the loo as a recommended venue for reading. Whom are you kidding? Written in both first and second person, using the language of a layperson, readers will frequently encounter humour, slangs and blurred profanity.
Life is Like This: [email protected] Knows – A Book Review
Purba April 16, at 4: A must read for people who can’t manage the more se There are some books which appeal to your intellect while some appeal to the heart. The point of this book is that we should do what we want to do and our true purpose is to find happiness but after a point the book stopped motivating me. This led him to evaluate his life — what was he doing, where was he going, was he happy being where he was, etc.
I use them as sleeping pills. This book would be a big help to youngsters who are just stepping out into the world.
Mar 07, Ankita rated it liked it Shelves: Jan 14, Anand Kumar rated it it was ok. Not to my bro or mother for sure I know.
Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’
Not to mention you can not pass this book to just anyone. I do not even know whether the author intended it as a self improvement knosw, Alka! Mustafa Nalwalla Certified Buyer 11 Mar, I know that a self-deprecatory person is unlikely to be too pleased by an over-enthusiastic endorsement of his views – though I certainly do not agree that he is inarticulate.
I went through that phase of devouring self-improvement books by the dozen when I was in my teens and still under the illusion that personalities could be quick-fixed by reading a few books. Anonymous April 15, at 1: Mar 03, Jaideep Khanduja rated it liked it. I was never a fan of self-help personal growth books. Have to really see if he replies back in 6months! Konws is little actionable or even psychological punch in this book. Also, he ruined a most beautiful word.
The book is hilarious and just by reading the Disclaimer and “How to read this book”, one can generate crap about the book BUT let me tell you that THIS is a guide for you if you don’t enjoy your life, you are not happy. Three cheers to him for his accomplishment!
Most of the self-help books are filled with decent preaching and are heavy in content, where this book is light with witty remarks at the same time filled with real life experiences of Mr.