Title: Turn the Tables
Author: Priya Kumar
Genre: Inspirational/ Personal Development
Source: Copy by Authoress
Turn the Tables is a book where I have penned down the lessons that I have learned through some really trying and challenging situations which brought me to where I am today, a place where I am a bigger and better person, where I know that I can be the solution to any problem that comes my way and use it to grow further and higher. Challenges have brought me inner strength and power. Success has brought me responsibility and balance. I have learned through both. And I have learned well. To ask for success is to ask for challenges, that is a truth that I have accepted. And so, I ask for challenges, big challenges, and many challenges. I know that every challenge comes with the unbroken promise of success when it is overcome.
Turn The Tables is a journey through challenges into opportunities. Every situation and person that presents itself in your arena is purpose-bound to serve you a unique lesson. When learned, that lesson can bring magic in your everyday life. Be the magician, the source of control and creation, where no matter what life brings to you, your destiny can never be denied.
The book is a stirring package of inspiration by Priya Kumar where she has steered each chapter by her own life understandings and experiences. The book is divided into 28 Chapters and each discusses the dilemmas that we all hold in our lives about our success and life goals. My favourite was “The real test of Success” and “Addicted to Success”.
Although you will be inspired by each and every chapter in an altogether different way.
🌥 I loved this book since I was in want of something motivational and the book has completely hooked me till the end.
🌥 Every chapter has encouraged me because it was related to the real-life episodes from the writer’s life and that did not let the book seem unrealistic at all and some of the things even matched to my life’s circumstances so I felt even more inspired.
🌥 I felt like every chapter is answering the questions that I have acquired about life.
🌥 Like the book says “People often misunderstand life” and you will feel it for yourself when you will pick this edition that we are being prepared for the struggles ahead and whatever life offers has a meaning to it even if we can’t see it.
🌥 For me, it’s a 5-star book because I needed this at the very moment in my life and I feel anybody who is occupied with uncertainties about their life should read it once.
🌥In fact, everybody and anybody who is struggling to earn a name at whichever place or phase of life should read it once.
Priya Kumar is an Internationally Acclaimed Motivational Speaker and Bestselling Author of 11 Inspirational Books. In her 24 years journey with Motivational Speaking, she has worked with over 2000 Multi-National Corporates across 47 countries and has touched over 3 million people through her workshops and books, and is the only Woman Speaker in India to have done so. She is the only Indian Author who has won 32 International Awards for her books.
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