My rating: 5 of 5 stars
An awesome book with 101 chapters ( small ones).
Each chapter has something which makes us connect with them.
Its like most motivational books but as they say - No one can know the infinite importance of a tiny drop of water better than a thirsty bird or a little ant or a man of desert, so it is with this book.
Some concepts are repetitive and boring, some too spiritual but maybe its because we already know them, we find it so. I did not like 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' for reasons it was too preachy but this book was a nice read.
I believe there is no book that can make you a better writer overnight, they can only facilitate your writing, so it is with this book. No book can teach you how to live your life because each of us have their own path and own battles to fight but this book can change your perception of seeing things, ease out the burden if you are depressed, gives you hope to start afresh.
I think that is what makes this book an awesome read.
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