Book Reviews - The winning attitude
by Ritika Bajaj
This is a book that expands on that key element or the ‘X factor’ which takes people up the ladder of success and achievement. It expounds on that one tiny per cent that separates winners from the rest – a positive attitude. This essential ingredient and its consequent powers are highlighted in all the chapters and illustrations. The book attempts at answering several recurring life questions like ‘what determines a happy life’ and ‘what is the number one
asset in any organisation’. At the time of a global downturn, the book helps at keeping your morale high and enables you to see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. Coming
from a man who founded the Edge Learning Institute which educates millions of people through seminars and self-help modules, the book echoes Bob Moawad’s own visionary thoughts
and approach to living, especially highlighted in his positive approach while battling a rare
form of cancer.
While one can write it off as just another book on self-improvement, the main hook is the use of interesting anecdotes of individual willpower that are peppered with humour and spirit. From triumphs of the physically challenged to centenarians with a zest for living, the examples used cover a wide range of situations and life problems in a lucid narration. The exercises at the end of each chapter are a good aid for all those who want to walk the path of self-improvement and achieve greater clarity in their goals by monitoring them and giving them a definition.
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