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Chef Rahul Shrivastava

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great book for mental awareness

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Reviewed: 19-05-19

loved how simply this book enhances the knowledge...please do read as it makes you more complete to handle stragglers of life.

Opens up mind to why things happen in the world

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Reviewed: 20-04-19

I really loved the book as I went through chapters .
I came to know that what is wrong with all the countries all over the world initially I was thinking that there are issues with India and Pakistan but later on I came to know that they had been issues with smaller countries like Paraguay Venezuela and countries of southeast Asia like Japan China Russia Vietnam a great book to read and know what has happened in the history and geography mould this country.

Go Slow and you will go far...

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Reviewed: 04-04-19

Quick book....finished with in a week.

I am astonished to know about the blue zones in the world.

How eating right enables us to live longer....80 percent rule.

guts to write those letters

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Reviewed: 28-03-19

Loved the way the narrator has got out the real sense of each letter. Intersting manner in which he makes you feel that listener is virtually present at the time when letters are Being written down in front of your eyes.
The author really has strong as even after getting into trouble the life and writing to the famous brands with the zeal to help them in the most innovative way which can never come across to anyone's mind..

Marathon of experience...War with myself is ON

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Reviewed: 09-03-19

The very first book which I read in a Podcast /Audiobook and discussion. I listened to this book mostly on my way to work and back. I got so much agitated in instances where I forgot my car parking and overshot. I totally got so ingrosed that I rewind and rewind multiple time to juice the book out. I am going to have a war with my self now.