[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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I use them as sleeping pills. Then knoas on to ‘How to read this book”, point And finally, a very fundamental question – Whether one is really happy in life? K knows why som F?
As per the author, it is important to realize in life that you are lost. Some of my favourite chapters were on the lesser stressed out topics in self-help books, like the ones on eating right. It’s quite a good read: For me, the only ‘loser’ is the sort of person who is totally dissatisfied with himself. Now, the author is making a point here as well.
Read at your own Risk. So much overuse of the word F? Shailendra Singh had a cardiac arrest right after the demise of his father which changed his perspective towards life, he was ready to let go and join his father in heaven but many questions clogged up his mind, and the answes to all those questions in his term was “F? By the time I had hit my fiftieth book in the genre I had come to realize that they said nothing that I did not know already.
If you really don’t know what to do further then this is one of the good self help book to be recommended! Especially some hindi translations in the novel are quite witty and fun to read. Refresh and try again. The author if at all jnows time to know that someone got better after reading his book needless to say he would be elated.
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Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’
Suresh Chandrasekaran April 20, at 5: It’s just the usual reaction to the topic but I felt that could have been shortened still The book has a few gems which are worth mentioning: Are you truly happy? Love it’s truthfulness and openness of language and sense of humour. Liked the way in which author has evolved himself in life after he realized life is very short. A heart attack at the age of 45 changed his perception towards life. You don’t have to keep them there: The language is quite bold and in your face just like the author.
Very well written Suresh! In many words, Singh makes an example of his life and his experiences to tell us why not to f?
Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’
Much better than the spiel doled out by self-help gurus, who as he rightfully says, just take a quote from a famous thinker break it into many convoluted sentences. Bushra April 15, at But for those desultory attempts I would have thought that the book was a collection [email protected] blog posts. We may not all have the courage to listen to our guts every time or have the guts to practise the unique techniques explained by Singh.
Overall it is an interesting read, having a good amount of toppings of wit and humor but able to make you understand in a simple manner what Shailendra Singh wants to convey. It might look like a simple line easy to adopt in life but it take years for some to really find out – What makes them happy? You feel the thrill though. Now how to live! A must read for people who can’t manage the more serious self help books. The author did everything according to his dadstruggled to make an empireearned millionssuffered a heart attack and that’s when he realizes he has not actually lived his life.
If you are sensitive to the F-word and will be very very uncomfortable being drowned in a barrage of the F-word variations This book would be a big help to youngsters r are just stepping out into the world. I mean non-fiction books K knows why some knowx both good and bad happen to certain people and not to others.
Jan 24, Abhishek Kandoi rated it it was ok Shelves: Probably some one like a practical philosopher. You already feel better and enlightened?? That he has been doing it all wrong. The philosophy’s, reasons, methods and revelations done in this autobiography-cum-life guide will change your mindset for sure.
The monologue in the last few paragraphs, call it free gyaan or the piece of mind or whatever you want, might have been dull and boring I would consider myself lucky if it is not J. Shailendra Singh good stuff. Not to mention you can not pass this book to just anyone. Apr 18, Shah Saguna rated it really liked it Shelves: If my knowing had not changed me for the better it is only because I was unwilling or unable to work at it and reading a few more pages of the same advice was in no way going to push me any further.
Whatever I spoke in the previous paragraphs is just the tip of the iceberg compared to what Shailendra Singh has written in his pages, which is divided into 75 chapters of this book. But, on the bright side, his writing is funny, so if you read this as an autobiography from a self-obsessed man, you may like it.