[email protected] Knows, is a book that will make readers aware of how small changes in what they follow and what they choose, can have a profound impact on their lives . [email protected] KnowsShailendra SinghRupa pagesRs You know you’ve landed a ‘different’ book to review when the author first directs you to a. The blurb for Shailendra Singh’s book ‘[email protected] Knows’ gives the impression of a self-improvement book and the author seems to have himself.

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But the @i he presents it is different. The author’s suggestions on how to go about this are so much fun! You have left nothing to imagination. The least we can do is to create a bucket list-not just something that we want to achieve before we die, a @ list for every day of our lives. I went through that phase of devouring self-improvement books by the dozen when I was in konws teens and still under the illusion that personalities could be quick-fixed by reading a few books.

I think his arrogance and pompous statements are a complete turn off and add to that a huge dash of his contradictory theories, and that was the perfect recipe for a 2 star from me. Aug 29, Alekhya Das rated it really liked it.

All the chapter names are very innovative and will be imprinted in your mind for long and if you really want to they will be there forever but for this as told by Shailendra you really should want them to be there.

About giving priority to your life first but in an optimistic perspective. He has led many marketing campaigns, launched the careers of several Bollywood stars, and represented cricketers on the National cricket team. If you are from south you might be knowing about a festival by name “Ugadi” which is also called “Gudipadwa” in Maharashtra or may be “Bisakhi” in Punjab. What one would like to seek from life?


Singh credit for putting it back into our lives. May 21, Rinaya rated it it was ok.

Nothing different from the numerous self-help books before this. Jan 23, Nishant Bhagat rated it liked it.

Paperbackpages. K shows up in every page or paragraph. For, he assumes a completely informal tone and drives home these points in a very conversational way.

[email protected] Knows

It keeps coming in every page – flushing off mind and listening to the gut part! His writing style is very casual and simple using day to day jock-boy-slang terms which I liked, he was @@k blunt with his messages. Be it careerlifespiritualityrelationships or other phase of life mnows, there is always a book about it. I mean non-fiction books Can we really enjoy the journey if it c not knowe goal to begin with, will we really be happy on that day when the entire life flashes in front of our eyes and we realize that we did not follow our passions?

Suresh Chandrasekaran April 15, at That brings me to the main subject of this book – Just listen to your heart, and tell your brain to shut the hell up! Conservatives like me might not enjoy reading the jargon, but nevertheless it might definitely strike a chord with most of the young population of India who for me are considerably more liberal and are happy using the word.

He tells the readers not to repeat the same mistakes.

D It was really agreeable. Entry from Backside Only.

Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’

This one was touted as humorous – I love humor – and @i cannot gainsay that it was – but, for knoas, logical inconsistency spoils the enjoyment of even humor in a book. We all need to be convinced that we can make our own success stories. I found another category in this book that hits you below the belt and yes, these are the kind of blows you remember for a long time.

The middle of the book is revolving a bit too much around death Also he made onows S? What do you want from life? I have read a few self-help books but somewhere along the way stopped reading them without realizing that I had, I don’t think it was intentional – just didn’t hold my interest anymore. Read the complete review at: I thought the book could be written in pages, because after a point he is repeating the same thing over and over again, it’s just that he’s using different anecdotes.


For sure, this book is not going to bring in the boredom. It emphasizes t http: If your answer to these questions is F? Book is sometime boring but in every chapter you will learn one small important thing and you spend you entire day thinking about.

View all 5 comments. I may have inows that the blurb was misleading but for the fact that the author himself kept reverting to self-improvement chapters every now and then.

Book review: ‘[email protected] Knows’

But, considering that I am confused enough about my own life – considering the stuff you said about mixed desires – why add to it by reading a book which again offers nothing new. Or else, you may not like it at all. Mar 02, Hemantkumar Nkows rated it liked it. Summary Of The Book F? You just have to believe that yu are. What exactly would be the right track?

It makes for a VERY uncomfortable read when you’re sitting next to your busmate, and have a reputation of being a no-swearing girl. Mar 03, Jaideep Khanduja rated it liked it.

No trivia or quizzes yet. It’s just neutral, like carrying our lives because we are breathing. Talking to a friend One of those books that will get you good feelings while reading and even after finishing it