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Influence & Dictate Idle and Lazy Mind Idle, and laziness is nothing but raising the prospect of a stab in the back by yourself to live in the ERA of Google, Wikipedia and the Internet

Author Name: Shanbhogue | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

If there is one thing we know about life, it is that change is inevitable. For this purpose, I am giving an example as "Hunt and eat like a Tiger." So how do you handle change? To cope and thrive in a changing environment, you will have to develop an attitude and mindset that makes adapting to change less frightening and more rewarding. One of the most essential aspects of learning about change management is acquiring a proper education. While going through a change, your mind will often resist the change and prevent learning new things. The reason being your mind has been accustomed to the earlier state of being. But it is possible to learn about the right things at any time with adequate education and change management. 
Make sure that you don't jump to the conclusion that someone's mistakes are not your failure. So, do not accept someone's mistake as your failure. As per this book's 10x10 formula/matrix, you should take care of your appearance; Therefore, you should take care of it precisely and carefully. The point is that you cannot select your skin colour or place of birth, but you can make it like Will Smith or Brad Pitt. You are crafting yourself as you are the first God to yourself for your success and prosperity. 

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Shri T.K.Kulkarni (pen name Shanbhogue) was born in the Haveri district of Karnataka in the year 1980. He completed his studies in the Kannada medium. He lost his father at the age of 16, and in 1999, he got a job in the Defence Accounts Department on compassionate grounds. He cleared his departmental exams and became a Section Officer (Accounts) in 2008. Now, he works as Assistant Accounts Officer, Group B—a Gazetted Officer post—in Goa. His family consists of his mother, wife, son Mohanish and daughter Niharika. Until late 2018, he says, the thought of writing a book like this had never crossed his mind. Many small decisions later, and after a lot of contemplation, he finally decided to write this book. As it happens, this unpredictably and unimaginably changed his life. But if you have someone in your life to mentor you, someone who can be the right source of guidance for you, he adds that you will be able to achieve what you're aiming for if you put in just a bit more effort from your side. This is the purpose of this self-help book.