Saturday, September 20, 2014

Book Review: Claim Your Treasure

Claim Your Treasure by Manoj Kumar Baitha is a short book, full of meanings and guidance, which makes the readers understand the importance and value of change, flexibility and openness to the new with a very useful little book to help you manage change, to learn how to deal with change and what is important that makes us live well.

The story gives food for simple thoughts, and sometimes disarming and quite interesting with metaphors for what we want to get out of life, a satisfying and fulfilling job, a beautiful loving relationship, financial peace of mind, the world in which we seek and what we want the company we work, the family, and the community in which we live and these words will be an opportunity to discover how to manage change, to suffer less stress and get more success in work and in life.

The book is a parable, so that must be interpreted and certainly not taken for what it presents itself. A book, which, we should be grateful, with examples to understand the colors of the season, knowing that sooner or later fashion will change, and to prepare for that.

The book is true in general, describing the change that comes in everyone's life where in nature everything changes, we, our actions and life. Sometimes the changes are rapid, destabilizing us obviously. The book seems to say to be alert and aware of the changes and decide if and how we want to change.

Between the number of messages that the book wants to give, is of humility to recognize that there is something wrong and that is wrong and do not expect that the solution to the problems or happiness will rain from the sky. Never giving up and even when things seem okay, keeping an eye open and preventing the problems. The forced change does not always have to be seen negatively.

The book also teaches us to take action and to have confidence in our autonomy and independence to be smart enough and we must also have patience. The book shows that there is no universal formula for success, but only to provide in its smallness and humility, a minimum starting point for reflection on the only resource in this every living thing the desire to live.

This book is able to lift an individual with the messages are clear and certainly encouraging but incidentally seems to be more a fairy tale, and you know, in a fairy tale there's always a happy ending where building yourself your own is possible if you prefer, but you have to be brutally honest with yourself to recognize when there are ingredients and it is, therefore, necessary to move to look for them elsewhere.

It’s a must-read book, for any age with metaphors for everything that we want from life, not what others would like us to be desired. It's a book that spurs us to act always correcting our aim according to inevitable changes in the external environment and does so in a sublime way.

It really looks like a fairy tale in which, with the utmost simplicity, the book analyze various personal attitudes in the face of change with passages that bear both strengths opportunities in a time of change and is a fable not a treatise on social psychology, taking into account this deserves to be read.

The style of the book is' straightforward, immediate, a classic style that tends to present concepts in a simple way and always explain things to adults that can make us look at our behavior in a different way, dispersing the mist repetition, habits and every day we bring before our eyes.

The book is a beautiful example of how you can use simple messages to convey loud and clear what moves us every day and then everything will seem more simple and clear and is recommended for those who need motivation or who must motivate change.

Format: Paperback ♥ Pages: 139 ♥ Publisher: Cyberwit.net ♥ Published: August 2014 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-8182535244
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