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Monthly Archives: February 2005

SynchroDestiny by Deepak Chopra

Deepak Chopra

Another book by Deepak Chopra, I admire the way he puts forth the simple principles of Hinduism for the western audience in such a way that they seem almost like his principles, though he does give credit to Vedanta off and on. Synchrodestiny is about putting your individual intentions in sync with the universal intentions and let the universe help you achieve them. This is exactly what Paulo Coelho tried to convey in his book ‘Alchemist’. Coelho had written his […]

Your Erroneous Zones by Dr. Wayne Dyer

Wayne Dyer

It’s a self help book, which tries to help you identify the erroneous zones within yourself. According to the book, if you are able to omit these erroneous zones, then you will be more comfortable with yourself and live a fuller and happier life. It tells you to take charge of your life, love yourself, do away with the need to seek approval from others for any of your actions, breaking free from the past, getting rid of guilt because […]

The New Leaders by Daniel Goleman

Daniel Goleman

Ages back I had read ‘Emotional Intelligence’ by the same author. Though the concept was pretty understandable, I per se did not like the way book was written. It was more like a treatise than something that you can read and relate to. For this reason I was never tempted to read any other works by him. Last month I picked this book ‘The new leaders’ from my office library. It talks about various types of leaders with ample examples […]