Wednesday, October 22, 2008

"Vijayaniki Aidu Metlu" (SUCCESS IN FIVE STEPS) by Yandamoori Veerendranath

Yandamoori Veerendranath...

A spectacular writer of all times, one of a kind,

our Grandparents red his writings,

our parents studied his novels,

and we are adoring them.

Novels, fiction , nonfiction , movies, stories, TV serials, Self help books, physiology , NLP, etc. etc.. no limit for him.

During my Summer vacations, after my intermediate 1styear exams, my neighbor, Mr. Raju garu suggested me to read this book.

The Book Title "Vijayaniki Aidu Metlu" (SUCCESS IN FIVE STEPS)

This Book has broken the all-time record of Telugu literature, by crossing a turnover of Rupees Ten Million.

The intro of the book says this is not a regular novel, if are selfish and can spend time and want Change in life only then proceed to read.

I’ve started reading and frankly couldn’t complete it, I felt that I’m becoming too selfish, wondering why? Read it your self :-)

You know what... Once you start Reading Yandamoori's , you get addicted,

More Books of , Yandamoori Veerendranath...

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

I've red the book and heard the 20min short audio and complete Book converted to audio is also very good. 

our company's ( CEO Mr Vijay,got really inspired by this book and audio,  he provided the audio sessions in our 

office, allocating 30 to 40 mins a day. Having read the book and heard the short audio, I have 

appreciated the chance to listen to the complete audio of the 7 Habits, and it once does the 

paradigm shift, and leads us the way of healthy Habits. I’m totally convened with the Author. Its 

like a reference book to many Self Help books which came later. I took a detail notes.

And refer to it when ever I need help.


If you have already red it Share your comments here :

If you have not read it yet, get hold of it right now..

Monday, October 20, 2008

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

 I’ve got this book from on of my colleague, having heard about the book I’ve started reading the first few pages, and I kept reading it in the Bus back to my room, and kept reading over night, I’ve finished the book around 2AM, 

and felt very inspired. I don’t find the difference between Me (a Software Engineer) and the Santiago (a Sheppard), “its all the same”, I’d suggest everyone to read it. And follow your Dreams.

Notes to Myself by Hugh Prather

“Notes to Myself - My sturggle to become a person ” by Hugh Prather.

When I first began trying to be myself, I at times felt trapped by my feelings. I through that I was stuck with feelings I had, that I couldn’t change them, and should’nt try to even if I could. I saw many negative feelings inside me that I didn’t want, and yet I felt that I must express them if I were going to be myself.