13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck

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The trip of life isn ’ t exactly easy… Some people make it through hard work and talent. Some fall by the wayside. And some people are just plain lucky. They are blessed with Bloody Good Luck!

But is it correct to attract good luck? Can we train ourselves to be lucky? Apparently, it seems that Dame Luck isn ’ t that fickle. She is well within our reach.

In his first non-fiction foray, bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi explores that critical, much-longed-for element called luck. Through fascinatin and informative anecdotes,
narrations of personal xperiences and vignettes of homespun wisdom, Ashwin gives us a whole new insight into how people can work towards being lucky.

It seems that luck isn ’ t entirely the twist of fate that it is made out to be!
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Published November 13th 2014 by Westland Ltd (first published November 7th 2014
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If you believe that luck plays its part in your success and failure and it is n't in your control but something that God has already written it for you, please go to a bookstore and pick up Ashwin Sanghi 's first non-fictional attempt named " 13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck ".

I have read only the last two books of Ashwin Sanghi and the ind of suspens that he write, I was never expecting such kind of a non-fiction work by him.

I had a conversation with him when he told me that he 's writing a non-fiction and I thought it might become another wanna-be like Chetan Bhagat 's What Young India Wants.

The 13 steps that Ashwin has discussed as easy to implement and therefore this book is going to work with the masses.

From Facebook, Google, Flipkart, Whatsapp to Walmart, Ratan Tata, Ambani, Lakshmi Mittal to Amish Tripathi, Chetan Bhagat to Sachin Tendulkar and Amitabh Bachchan- Ashwin Sanghi has given every type of compariso to prove his point and make you believe that it 's possible even for you.

I also liked how he ended the book by discussing EQ and introducing LQ.

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I would recommend this memoir to anyone who is beginning to loose heart after meeting failure.

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This is probably one of the best books I have ever read on 'Self Improvement', or should I say on 'luck'?

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Read Lincoln, Gandhi, Steve Jobs, JRD Tata, Beethoven SRK, Manekshaw etc.b ] Snap-of-the-fingers lists: 13 key attitudes mnemonic-ked into CAUSE RIPPLES ( confidence in ideas, alertness to opportunities, unlearn prejudices, situation analysis etc); 5 drivers of Emotional Quotient; 9 categories of human needs; 3 categories of fear.c ] Quotes and zany one liners: for instance, ‘ Winners quit, quit often and quit without guilt ’, ‘ Learn to ignore criticism by first learning to ignore applause ’, ‘ Kindest word in the world is the unkind word left unsaid. ’ d ] Surprise moments and ‘ Guess-who? ’ galore: ***SPOILER ALERT*** – Dileep Kumar transforms into A.R. Rahman, Issur Danielovitch into Kirk Douglas, Abhas Ganguly into Kishore Kumar, as they grab, wrangle, wrestle and pulp good luck into golden opportunities.Cons: In hindsight, everybody has 20: 20 vision.

For every Tata, there are risk-takers who end up suicidal in bankruptcy.So, like I said, ‘ Good luck is in retrospect – not as a prophesy ’ Verdict: Easy read.

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Read only if you like anecdotes.

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