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Book Review: The Million Dollar Powerful Personality by Dr. Kamal Murdia

The Million Dollar Powerful Personality by Dr. Kamal Murdia is an attention-grabbing self-help book that takes a powerful stance on the overall personality development.

In life a lot depends on habits, attitude, thinking & behavioral patterns, looks, conversational style and so on. All these aspects need special attention and grooming and enhancement from time and again. But why? Because it’s a part of overall personality development.  

Particularly today, personality plays a huge role in shaping one’s professional and personal success in life. All of us have a hero hidden in us that is capable of pulling many great feats, but it needs a bit polishing and some useful tips handy. Personality development is a stage-wise process, where one needs to heed on his/her thoughts to overall physical appearance, personal hygiene and everything in between.

The more we say about personality development, the less it is. It’s like an ocean that never ends. Day in, day out, there comes scores of books and motivational videos that promise to build a ravishing personality. However, the best can be learnt from someone who is direct from the same field. This book is written by Dr. Kamal Murdia. Who is he? And why is this book so special? The reason is that Dr. Kamal Murdia is a highly successful cosmetic surgeon in India and abroad. He is the person who knows what sort of smile will suit what sort of face. He works on appearance. He knows what matters internally and externally.

The book is covered in 22 chapters, but a close look reveals that the author has subtly presented two segments: aspects that make you and your mettle strong, and secondly, how to achieve that look which is capable of radiating magnetism charm.

The author has presented each chapter in good classification of thoughts, references, short stories, highlighters and pointers. Right from the beginning, the book makes a dashing impression, for instance with that Jack and Jill poem, and then with that various versions of rabbit-tortoise story. As the book chugs ahead, we see that it begins talking about types of personalities and then stretches to far-reaching topics such as first impression, stage fright in public speaking, sense of humour, mind power, self-worth, self-image, insights on gentleman and being that lady power. Did you notice – all these aspects talk about introspection and are needed to have a strong personality from within.

In the next phase, we see more of things that we like to have but fails to implement, such as smell good – what sorts of perfumes are there, what the difference is and how to choose the best one and so on. These are inside tips…only a cosmetic surgeon can guide you how to get everything with how much ounce of dose.

For personality development, whatever aspect an aspirant can think of, there is everything in the book.  And in the end, the author has also shed light on cosmetic surgery make over – that is direct from his den. The USP of the book is that it guides like a pro, even the smallest things have been told with keen interest.

In plus of personality development, there are good yet relevant chapters on love, influencing others, making money, and voice – most other books often elude these topics. However, for Dr. Kamal Murdia a good personality is a complete package of character strength, positive thoughts, good and presentable looks. Thus, the tagline of the book is apt – The First Ever 360 Degree Book on Personality by a Cosmetic Surgeon in the World Today.

Dr. Kamal Murdia’s writing is poetic, serene and revisitable. In all senses, the book insists that personality development is a vast and vibrant topic to be discussed. Overall a good personality is the most precious and a key element which decides one’s future career and lifestyle. It’s the only deciding factor between a high performer and a low performer.

Best Buy from Amazon.


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