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13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck

Written by: Ashwin Sanghi
Narrated by: Fajer Al-Kaisi
Length: 3 hrs and 58 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The journey of life isn't exactly easy. Some people make it through hard work and talent. Some fall by the wayside. And some people are just plain lucky. They are blessed with Bloody Good Luck! But is it possible to attract good luck? Can we train ourselves to be lucky? Apparently it seems that Dame Luck isn't that fickle. She is well within our reach.

In his first non-fiction foray, best-selling author Ashwin Sanghi explores that critical, much-longed for element called luck. Through entertaining and informative anecdotes, narrations of personal experiences and vignettes of homespun wisdom, Ashwin gives us a whole new insight into how people can work towards being lucky. It seems that luck isn't entirely the twist of fate that it is made out to be! Almost inspirational like Robin Sharma, Dale Carnegie or Spencer Johnson, Ashwin Sanghi shows us a brand new side to his writing in this particular book.

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one more self-help book but Must Read....

Five stars for the content and narration of this book. There are many self-help books available in the market but this books makes difference than other books. Author has successfully avoided repeating same things again and again which normally found in most of the self-help books. Most of the thoughts explained with the help of stories but simply and effectively.I will recommend this book, even though you might already read other self-help books. Happy reading...

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Very good book

Book is very good, narrator did not pronounce Indian names properly and it was not pleasant to hear.

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Book is intriguing, but its narration isn't

Fajer Al-Kaisi struggles to pronounce indian names which becomes irritating as book has references about 100+ people , of them 60+ are indian. Need a translation by indian narrator as well.

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Very nice read but....

Yes, it was nearly a very nice read but let me tell you some of the pronunciation (of Indian names) were ear-wrecking and funny at times. Hope my feedback will reach to Fajer Al-Kaisi the narrator.

Giving a star less only because of this.