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Book Review: ‘You Can Win’ By Shiv Khera

Review Of ‘You Can Win’ By Shiv Khera
You Can Win

Shiv Khera wrote the book You Can Win, which was published in 1998. It has since gone on to become a worldwide bestseller. With translations into sixteen languages, this book has sold over two million copies worldwide. The Hindi title of this novel is Jeet Aapki. The author is well-known for her work as an activist, educator, business consultant, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker.

Both of us desire to win. This is not only the truth, but also everyone's deepest wish. The recently updated edition of the book, "You can Win," highlights the concept of winning itself and focuses on what it takes to be a victor.The book helps one to create a successful, meaningful, and fulfilling life by offering encouraging footsteps to follow. The book adds components to the right formulas and provides the correct orientation needed for success in life. This book is divided into eleven chapters.

Beginning with the first chapter, the author bestows onto the reader a certain measure of optimism and corrects their outlook on life. Actually, the author hopes that readers would adopt a positive outlook on life and an optimistic mindset that will help them achieve success. One may overcome every obstacle in their path to achievement by adopting an optimistic outlook on life. In order to reach one's life goals, he also advises the reader to start an efficient action plan.

The author challenges the reader to cultivate a positive outlook on life in order to increase confidence. A cheerful outlook on life is like medicine. It restores and gives one the strength to carry on with life.In the next chapters, the emphasis is on developing an optimistic outlook on life, regardless of one's circumstances or social class. Develop your sense of self-worth. This has numerous life-improving benefits. This can support one in overcoming obstacles in life. According to the author, the secret to success in life is personal development. As a result, only a small number of the book's chapters appropriately address personality traits, social skills, optimistic thinking, routines, and goal-setting.

The author uses certain moral tales and anecdotes from his books and, to the best of his ability, explains them to make it more engaging. The reader is led to assume that nothing is impossible in life by the morals of novels. The most crucial thing in life is to get the proper perspective and formula for success.