Over the Years, I have tried to gather some of my life learnings into my Books, two of which are now available for your reading pleasure. My books makes up for What They Dont Teach You At Any Business School.
Please browse my Books here and I look forward to your feedback.
A MENTOR, A NOVICE AND A CUP OF CAPPUCCINO
This book makes up for What They Dont Teach You At ANY Business School ….. this is a book for Business Executives who may be missing a trick … who are doing well but are’nt happy …. who are’nt fulfilling their potential …. who have a feeling that they are missing something in their professional and personal lives.
For those starting their careers, this book is a strategic and operational roadmap. For those who are more experienced, this book is a reminder that Back to Basics is the one way ticket to a sense of Fulfilment.
A series of 30 Simple Principles are shared in this book. These shall help increase the sense of Abundance, achieve Relevant Success and deliver an overwhelming feeling of Happiness. .
A MENTOR, A NOVICE AND MORE CUPS OF CAPPUCCINO
My Second Book.
Over many cups of Cappuccino, my mentor taught me, the Novice, to be true to myself, to be the best person I can be, to work hard, to work smart, and to do the best I can in whatever I choose to do.
I am an ambitious person, and I aspire to be the best professional I can be, to be the Global CEO of a company like GCB someday.
But much more than that, my deep driving ambition is to be half the person, half the human being that my Mentor is today, to touch half the lives that he has, to generate half the smiles that he has.
Thank you, my Mentor, for the Simple Principles for Abundance, Relevant Success and Happiness that you taught me. I have practised them diligently for the past 18 months, and am a better professional and a happier person as a result.
I promise you that, within a year, I shall compile these principles in a book with the hope that other novices like me, fresh out of management school, new to the business world, starting their careers, will benefit from these principles.”