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  • They were inspiring and interesting - more importantly they didn't drag
  • For any or all of the above case(s), I definitely recommend this book

    • by Bibliophilic bloke
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      I remember starting reading this book as a teenager, many years back. It was already a popular book having sold more than a million copy and it was a best seller (in fact it still is) in India, the place I live.

      The blue cover of the book with the title “YOU CAN WIN” embossed on it - and a handsome, charismatic middle-aged man donning a navy blue suit, wearing a genuine smile made it attractive enough to capture my attention and indulge me in


      reading it.

      As I began reading, I started loving it for one reason, the fables. They were inspiring and interesting - more importantly they didn’t drag; they were short but nevertheless carried important messages. I loved the fables and anecdotes this book had and yet the interpretation part, i.e the part actually authored by Shiv Khera was quite boring. So I closed the book after reading it selectively, just because I felt it merely a collection of fables. But it took 5 extra years to ...


      • appreciate the book wholly.

        It occurred when I started reading this book from the scratch, all over again, 5 years later. This time around, I read the book to completion - and tell you what, I liked it better - I mean, I liked the book in totality this time; Because, not only did I now understand the excellent lessons the fables and anecdotes contained, but as well the context and/or situations in which Shiv Khera, the author, has applied them. I could find the

        assortment of fables and anecdotes more pertinent and the book way too less aimless now. I could see the essence more clearly now and understand with more clarity what Shiv Khera is trying to say.

        The bottom line is, Shiv Khera’s “You Can Win” is a great help for those who like the Self-help genre or those who wish to improve their quality of living or for those who crave true success in life. For any or all of the above case(s), I definitely recommend this book.




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