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INTRO

 Gokul was a confused kid until he found what really excites him, what really motivates him. until he finished his masters he was unclear about what's next. he decided to take a break from everything for some time. he started traveling, meeting new people, exploring different cultures expecting a solution for his questions which he was carrying for years.

He loves listening to people. he loves to give suggestions on their problems. he was astonished when he realized how differently people think and the factors that influence their thoughts and decision makings. A  boy who spent his entire childhood in a remote village believing world is as small as his village, the new experience and exposure slowly changed his view of the world. he realized what he saw till then was just a drop and the world yet to explore is an ocean.

The epiphany stage. he decided to know more about the world. he chose two ways to learn about the new world. Read and Travel. his Journey has begun. from a person who hated reading books to a person who loves books. the journey was not that easy. now knowledge is his lifeblood. his urge to learn and explore the unknown.

Through this blog, he wishes to share his learnings, experience, stories, observations with you. he would like to help people to think differently,and see things from a different perspective.

 
                                        



Comments

  1. I'm watching myself in you. I would like to be your friend if really mean what you read above as to the people with similar to your kind.

    And I'm curious to know which are those 10 books and suggest me the most you enjoyed reading.

    If had your goodreads and quora account leave the links for your profile. I'll follow you.

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  2. Sry my English was so volatile. I'll cut some words thinking that I already typed it. *I would like to be your friend if you really mean what you had written above about connecting people of your kind.

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  3. hi, Thejas. first of all thanks for your feedback. following are the list of books.
    1. The monk who sold his Ferrari- Robin Sharma
    2. Who will die when you cry- Robin Sharma
    3. Life is what you make it- Preeti Shenoy
    4. The Alchemist -Paulo coelho
    5. The shiva Trilogy - Amish Tripathi

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    1. Among the above I need to read monk who sold his Ferrari and last book of Shiva trilogy, tell me how are they just make it simple by ratings.

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    2. Actually, I don't have an exact word to describe what I felt after reading The monk who sold his Ferrari. such an awesome book. regarding The oath of the Vayuputras, I felt like 'okk'. that's it.

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    3. And what are other 3 books you read?

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    4. Power of your subconscious mind- joseph Murphy
      The power of positive thinking- Norman Vincent peal
      The Truth about winning your career- Karen Otazo

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