|Publisher:||Rupa & Co|
|No. of Pages:||174|
About the Book :
An easy read, anecdotal, personal and rigorously following the rules of its genre DNA
Fellow the Ten Commandments and success will be yours for keeps Cosmo Woman
To be read with a caution the Ferrari may seem enticingly closer than it actually is The Hindu
We arent saying this is a sequel to The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, but then you can always find missing links and shattered figments of imaginative creations The Times of India
Excited and nervous, an untried young man of twenty-three boards his first flight from Bangalore to Delhi. Looking out of the window as his plane takes off, he sees on the road below, fast fading from his vision, an immaculate, bright-red Ferrari. And so begins the quest of a lifetime: the quest for his very own Ferrari.
In this thought-provoking book, Ravi Subramanian provides a step-by-step approach to achieving success and acquiring a Ferrari, not a mere luxury car, but a symbol of the accomplishment of certain life goals.
Inspired by the lives of people who dreamt big and achieved big, Subramanian pens down ten commandments to motivate readers to acquire the success they have always wished for.
A must-read for those who dare to aspire to, and acquire, nothing but the best.
About the Author :
Ravi Subramanian, an alumnus of IIM Bangalore, has spent two decades working in the adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. He lives in Mumbai with his wife and daughter.Devil in Pinstripes is the second book in his trilogy of banking chronicles
|Title:||I Bought The Monk's Ferrari||Publisher:||Rupa & Co|
|No. of Pages:||174|
A nice book , which reconstruct idealism of austerity as a redundant , providing new in side paradoxical of the book the monk who sold his ferrari, profiling the fact poverty cannot boast of simplicity and lack of hunger, because it does not have the wherewithal to act upon .you can only renounce, what you have got...so act, react . buy Ferrari and than sell it to be spiritually rich, other wise your saintliness and spiritualism I is a farce