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About the Book :
Coolie to CEO, small-time entrepreneur to business magnate, teenage student to retired grandparentRajinikanths punchlines hold a special place in the hearts of a wide spectrum of people. The memorable dialogues of Rajini have, in fact, acquired cult status among his fans as sayings that encapsulate many significant universal truths. And so, in this book, P.C. Balasubramanian and Raja Krishnamoorthy attempt to interpret some of Rajinikanths most famous punchlines and demonstrate how each of them can be adapted as a motto for any business organization or in any life situation. A management guide with an innovative twist, Rajinis Punchtantra gives you a unique perspective on thirty of the most fundamental and effective mantras for both business and life management.
About the Author :
P.C. Balasubramanian is one of the founder directors of Matrix Business Services India, one of Indias leading verification companies. He is passionate about enterprise and institution-building and is of the opinion that it is people who matter the most in any company and loves being able to motivate people in order to bring out the best in them. He believes that one must always give equal importance to ones professional as well as personal life; he is also an ardent admirer of Rajinikanth. It is the coming together of these two elements that provided the motivation for this book.
Raja Krishnamoorthy has over thirty-three years of experience in the field of human resources. He is one of the directors of Talent Maximus India, a Chennai-based HR services organization. As a trainer and consultant in the area of organization development, he does extensive work in team synergy, transformation and leadership skills and personal growth through self-awareness. He is also an actor, explorer and thinks of himself as a student of life.
I read just few pages. I heard almost all famous dialogs of Rajinikant. I am not quite amazed with dialogs and its description. I feel that I am reading what I already know. I recommend this book to any reader who is looking for some thoughts or idea on life and profession.