Book Review: The Breakthrough by Megha Bajaj published by Rupa Publications.

Book Review: The Breakthrough by Megha Bajaj published by Rupa Publications.

Author: Megha Bajaj
Publisher: Rupa Publications

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Filled with inspiration, it’s a book that will make you question yourself, a book that will teach you the art of never giving up with the inspiring stories. I liked the way it’s designed. It took me a lot of time to read this one, as there are so many things to learn.

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The Breakthrough by Megha Bajaj published by Rupa Publications is a book that will change your perspective towards life. I had an exciting live session with Megha where we discussed about the writing process, what made her write this book, what she learned and a lot more. I was already excited to read this book after the session and I loved reading it.

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It’s a journey of 11 individuals who found their Breakthrough moment. It’s a journey of their struggle, their determination, their failures and their Success.

Filled with inspiration, it’s a book that will make you question yourself, a book that will teach you the art of never giving up with the inspiring stories. I liked the way it’s designed. It took me a lot of time to read this one, as there are so many things to learn.

Each story is unique. I loved Chitra Prasad’s story the most.
With a crisp and engaging writing style, the author expressed it all beautifully. I fell in love with the way it is curated. The beautiful pages, pictures and of course the stories.
It has some lessons for life.
A wonderful book.

Summary:

We all want happiness and success and keep chasing both throughout our lives. However, only 4-5 per cent of people in the entire world end up becoming successful and from among them less than 1 per cent become successful and happy. What is the secret power that propels these people to the top of the pyramid? What makes them who they are?
Author Megha Bajaj set out on a journey and visited different parts of the country and discovered 11 such individuals who were truly happy and successful. She realized that in a country of 1.3 billion people these individuals had one thing in common—they had the rare ability to turn an ordinary event into a significant one and then turn that into a ‘breakthrough’.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Dipika

    Don’t we all need such positive reads in our life? Happy to know about this book, and will look forward to read it soon.

  2. Ruchi Verma

    I really love books that inspire and this looks like a great book to grab!! Thanks for sharing this review

  3. Jyoti Jha

    That is one powerful review of a wonderful book. Adding this one to my TBR list for sure. Inspirational books are all time favorites.

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