The Map That Matters, Being in the Right Place at the Right Time, with the Right Response
What if you have a map of your mind that would make your life extraordinary as soon as you start using it? It would be the single most important map that you've found! A breakthrough book, The Map that Matters, gives you this very map. It allows you to look at your own mind with new eyes. This new way of looking and using your mind allows you to be at the right place, at the right time, with the right response - every single time across all situations. Real and interactive, this non preachy book addresses every doubt you may have about understanding and using this map. An enhanced mind is very much within your grasp. After reading this book you will be able to build your own success story instead of following someone else's. Don't waste a single moment more! Author Bio: Siddharth Deshmukh is Chief Operating Officer at Cohezia, an international technology group specializing in the media sector, which he helped start eight years ago. Siddharth is a Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad (MICA) postgraduate. He specializes in communication, information design and brand strategy and has worked with brands like Sony, AT&T, and Reed. He teaches strategic brand management at leading MBA schools in Pune, India. He's learning the guitar, still plays cricket for his club and has a young family that he adores. He owes his personal and professional success due to the insight he received, eight years back, which has now developed into this book.
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Review: The Map That Matters, Being in the Right Place at the Right Time, with the Right ResponseUser Review - Siddharth deshmukh - Goodreads
I'm the author, so I am kind of biased :) However, I genuinely feel that this book is highly required for all those suffering from an overdose of self help books! you can check Amazon and read some reviews there. Read full review
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