Every day millions of people, boys and girls, are transitioning into adulthood. As they face life on their own, they will come across many situations and decisive junctures that will define the course of their journey. At times, they may miss the curtain of protection, but overall they will be excited to chart their own journey. They are ‘Ready to Fly’.
The book is not about ‘how to live your life’. It’s an attempt to share a perspective about the practicalities of life and living – especially about things one needs to know but are not taught in school.
The book is written by a parent as a birthday gift to his young son as he sets out for the journey called life.
“This is one of the most practical books I have read in the recent times. I wish something like this was available when I was 18, but it is equally meaningful today. It is not a "How To" book but as you unfold the depths you know that each section is filled with volumes of wisdom. I would love to buy quite a few copies to gift it to my young niece/nephews and definitely for my friends”
-- Vishalini Paliwal, Professional, Artist and Mother of two young children
Susanta Misra was born in a small village (Sidpur) in the district of Purulia, West Bengal and lived there for the first 15 years of his life. He considers himself fortunate to win the parent lottery of getting honest, caring and loving parents.
From a village boy to a global executive and entrepreneur, Susanta’s life has been a step-by-step journey. He is an alumnus of Calcutta University, IIT Kharagpur and University of Texas at Austin, USA. In his professional life, he worked with Motorola for 17 years before starting NICEFIT, a career consulting company. He dreams of a world where every individual has a meaningful job and people get a chance to choose their work based on their strength and interest.
His perspective of life comes from his direct exposure to the full spectrum of a diverse world and his life experience of over fifty years.