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221 ways to Success Timeless Quotes of Great Masters for a Fulfilled Life

Author Name: N.Raman | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

The world order has been thrown into confusion during the past several decades. Due to various reasons ranging from technology intervention to erosion of high values of living, which our forefathers have taught us, economic turmoil, triggered by greed and such other negative attributes, has pushed humanity into disarray. Adding to it is the recent pandemic which has turned our social, cultural and economic fabric upside down. Therefore, it is necessary to retrace back to the root causes of many of the present woes and start afresh by inculcating the positive virtues of life. The author strongly believes the messages conveyed in this book would be able to guide the readers towards abundant peace, happiness and prosperity. Yes, it will help us start a fresh life all over again.

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The author, N. Raman, is a chartered accountant and cost and works accountant with about 41 years of senior management experience, mostly abroad, that includes running his own corporate management advisory services. He has been coaching management personnel from top to middle levels in several organizations thereby helping them transform themselves and their organizations. Raman has also been a keen student of philosophy over the last two decades. He has found a unique way of applying valuable principles enunciated by our great masters to the self-development of individuals and upliftment of business houses. This book is an earnest attempt to highlight techniques for better living to people of all ages and walks of life through valuable quotations from great philosophers and thinkers.