Author: Aruna Sankaranarayanan
Publisher: Rupa Publications
At my age, when I am quite satisfied with the progress I have made so far in terms of professional and personal success, I still cannot help but think of the disadvantages I faced owing to the unawareness and lack of global connectivity when I was younger. With the internet now being at our beck and call, making decisions has become easier. Zero Limits offers a much-needed scaffold that acts as a guide to utilizing the early years of youth and making a smooth transition into adulthood by means of the right decisions, the right mindset and the right approaches to problems.
Zero Limits encourages the readers to be limitless by highlighting the importance of learning at every stage of life. Dividing the chapters according to the chronological phases in one’s life, the author deftly weaves the lessons with the case studies. Using anecdotes from young Indians and their life, this book provides relatability and authenticity. Unlike several other self-help books, this book doesn’t rely on the success stories of celebrities. Instead, it holds the narrative together by means of stories that are yours and mine, the stories that might have been experienced by us all. Right from choosing the right career option to mentally preparing oneself for fighting the unprecedented roadblocks that life might throw at us, this book utilizes a very practical approach.
Zero Limits is worth everyone’s time because, in reality, no one talks or discusses these issues. The inherent belief that a child can learn the ropes when he/she has to cross the bridge is not right because the world is a terrible place now. It is always better to be prepared than be in a quandary when faced with challenges. Overall, Zero Limits is a practical guide to living your life to the fullest and ensuring that you are better prepared (not necessarily with solutions) for all adversities.
Best wishes to the author!
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