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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Invincible
Genre - Non-Fiction/Self-Help
Publishing year - 2020
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-89600-35-3
Pages - 211


My Review - 

I read a lot of self-help books, and each of them provides something fresh and meaningful. When I came across this book, I knew that I am going to like it. Vivek Atray provides 52 life skills for the young Indians dividing into several sections, but I feel that this book is for everyone. 

Being a cricketer, engineer, an IAS officer, and a motivational speaker, the author has a lot of experience and knowledge of different fields, and it shows in his writings. He recounts his encounters to make readers understand his points. Finding Success Within is a book that covers topics related to everyday difficulties, and the author simply provides its solutions.  

In today's time, we all are caught in the web of false pretenses, social dilemmas, and looking for ways to get more money and success; in a short time, it makes a person more irritable and distant from his/her family and true selves. Vivek Atray guides a reader to prioritize vital points from the peripheral and avoidable things/people. 

He talks about youth issues, difficulties of working-class parents, mental health, personality traits, emotional intelligence, anger management, social talents, time management, career skills, and many more materials that help you to lead a better life and make you a better version of yourself. 

The chapters are written in lucid language and easily understandable. It is also fast-paced, just like Attitude is Everything by Jeff Keller. I found some editing issues in the book, but I guess they are avoidable. The chapters are short and to the point, so it will definitely hook the readers. 

This book is for - 

1. A helpless and confused youngster.
2. A parent who is unable to find a balance between work and family.
3. An employee who is not able to deal with a difficult boss.
4. Someone who doesn't know how to work as a team player, or finding a partner.
5. Someone who has a lack of courage and unable to find peace of mind.

This inspirational book is a must-read, especially by youngsters. Everyone can grab something from this book and apply it in their life. I recommend it.

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