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Book Review: 3 Steps to Knowing Yourself by Arun Kumar Saxena

In a world that is filled with distractions, focus is lost and people just don’t know themselves…they are so away from self-discovery and their inner strengths and talents that in life everything looks so gobsmacked. Yet it doesn’t mean that one stop the process of identifying oneself and become stagnant in life. Rather life is all about learning and keep evolving and converging towards a fulfilling and meaningful life.

In the book, ‘3 Steps to Knowing Yourself’ Arun Kumar Saxena provides simplified actionable insights on the transformative force of self-discovery and self-exploration. The greatest USP of the book is that it is free from jargons. Broadly putting, the book is categorized into three parts: Inner Compass, Fuel & Fire, and Self-discovery to Action.

Every broad topic is further divided into simple subtopics for better clarity and greater insights. A close look reveals that the book is full of major take-aways, it’s not a banal book in any sense. If you read it slowly and thoroughly, for sure, you are going to get some answers of the questions that were holding you back… in a sense as what is best for me and how can I identify myself for my line of passion, interest, skills, and much more.

The book clears the fog from basic dilemmas. The book gradually differentiates between dominant skills and talents from auxiliary ones. For instance, you can figure out your dominant skill, talent, and mark out difference between passion and interests…happiness and joy. The book doesn’t spoon feed, yet it is so powerful in its gesture that you feel it is like a companion around you. Confusions pull us back. Get into this book and have your way cleared.

It is a simple and easy-to-understand book for personal and professional development through self-discovery and self-exploration. The entire content of the book is concise, fluid, and helpful in seamless learning. Theoretically and practically, it is a powerful book worth capable of transforming millions of lives around the world. In nutshell, no sugarcoating…an impactful book by the CEO of MINDSCAN.

Buy the book from Amazon/Kindle.


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