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Interview with Sharat Sharma – Author of One invisible Code.

Sharat Sharma is an author of the Book The ONE Invisible Code: An Uncommon Formula To Breakthrough Mediocrity And Rise To The Next Level.

About the Author

“Every inspiring story has three things in common dreams, struggles, and victory.”

When we are stuck in struggles, we let mediocrity over-power our potential. That was my story until 2014, I had let my mediocre thinking kill my potential. When I learned more about the mechanism of mind and how to break through mediocrity and reach my next level, there was no looking back.

Today, I work with individuals & small businesses who are tired of mediocre results and want to reach their ultimate level of personal and professional success.

I enjoy speaking & facilitating high-impact workshops on High-Performance Leadership, and Sales.


Tell us about the idea behind the book?

I believe that every inspiring story has 3 things in common, a dreamer, his struggles, and his victory. Most people get stuck in mediocrity because either they are living someone else dreams or they are stuck in their own struggles. If we want to achieve victory, we must have learn to break through mediocrity. To do this, we must first understand ourselves and then set our dreams bigger than themselves. It’s easy said than done and however there is a method to all this madness and this book helps you with the method. 

How much time did it take in the process of writing?

The content was ready almost 2 years back. But my idea was to write a book that deeply connects with the audience. Hence, I took another year and a half to make the book more engaging. As you read the book you will notice that the language is simple, there are two characters who are conversing and you will resonate with the character and his problems and finally, you will find the solutions. This has been appreciated by several readers. 

What did the process of writing this book teach you?

Writing to me is like meditation. I would speak to myself when I was writing. It helped me in finding clarity and also helped me in understanding myself. 

What inspired you to write this book?

My own experiences, experiences of my students, and also certain events in my own life. In 2015, someone challenged me that I will not be able to write the book ever. This was because I did not register for a book writing program that he was selling. He Is a senior person from the industry and I took his words seriously. I felt dejected and almost felt incapable of writing. But then I wanted to prove him wrong. I took more time to write the book, but I am glad I did. Also, I am glad that I followed my heart.

5 books one must read in a lifetime

That’s a tough one. Can I write just the name of my book 5 times? :) 

Based on the genres I think I would have many names. But since you are asking here is the list.

1) Bhagvat Gita

2) 21 Irrefutable laws of leadership (John Maxwell)

3) The Value Factor (DeMartini)

4) Mindset (Carol S Dweck)

5) Psycho-Cybernetics (Maxwell Maltz)

6) The One INVISIBLE Code (Sharat Sharma)

A book that had an impact on you, which helped you in writing this one?

Many difficult to name one. 

Tell us about your publishing journey in 5 words.

An awesome roller coaster ride.  

Tell us about your plans? Planning a new book?

Interestingly I started with my second book first but then felt that the need of writing the first one. So, the plan is to wait for a year and release the next book. 

What is a literary success for you?

To me, if the reader is inspired after reading my work and is aspiring to live a better and meaningful life I have achieved success. 

A message for all the readers.

I recently heard a very senior writer say that today people are not reading the best books they are reading the bestseller book. So, I think it’s time that readers be more careful about what they are reading. Read the best books, don’t get carried away by bestseller books. Readers decide the fate of the book, don’t let machines/ numbers decide whether the book is a bestseller or not. Read the book, if you like it recommend it and that’s who you can make the best book a bestseller book. 

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