Saturday, 5 December 2015

No parking No halt sucess Non stop by Abhishek ratna - a self help book - book review

A self - help book for success at work! No parking.No halt. success Non-stop! has 50 career lessons for today's 20teen generation.
practical and comprehensive, the book often stretches to the point of cunning without harming . interspersed with quotes, stories and humour it also breaks a few myths. The author trends a fine line between ethical and non-ethical. the author is able to convince the reader about the necessity for professional success.

Abhishek ratna is a member of mensa international [ an IQ of 156 on castle scale ] and an alumni of IIT Madras. he has an MBA in finance and marketing and has worked extensively in the corporate world
Ratna is gifted with keen observation skills and is passionate about coaching for success . he has also worked as an image consultant and personal branding coach.
he enjoys mentoring ans speaking assignments on success. he is working closely with a few emtrepreneurs and loves tackling dynamic challenges of the entrepreneurial world.

Rarely you come across some books that help in the overall betterment of one's self. rare are those book which answers your queries and help you in knowing the conditions which prevail in today's organisations. this book is a collection of 50 success stories [ arranged in 13 sections, 4 lessons for every month of the year and 2 all time best lessons ]  which actually revolve around the organisational structure and the working of the same. according to the author change and success is not a one time story, it takes a lot of time . so this book provides an insight into what really works in the professional world and raises provoking questions.
what i really liked about this book is that  the author has taken lessons from very basic things and has tried to give an authentic touch to what he wants to express. The author beautifully illustrates his views, correlating them with real life examples like Steve Jobs, angry birds and so on. He not only talks of getting success in one's everyday life but also implicates the message of working on till your goals are not met. He says that many a often we don't get credit for what we do but we shall keep following our dreams and should never give it half way and one day we shall achieve what you strive for.
overall this book is a perfect combination of short success stories and you can slowly read it and imbibe each lesson on one's self to understand this book with a deeper understanding.

i would like to rate this book 4/5 and i would personally recommend this book to everyone who are working/ or about to join any organisation [ this book shall mentally prepare you ans will give you a sneak peak of the insights *highly recommended*]

1 comment:

  1. You need to edit this post and begin the initial sentences in CAPITALS. Being a review it is much needed.