IMPOSSIBLE = IT IS POSSIBLE
- Author: D. RAJASEKAR
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This self-help book is written keeping in mind those who are finding it hard to understand the meaning of their existence, and throws light on how they could find the...
This self-help book is written keeping in mind those who are finding it hard to understand the meaning of their existence, and throws light on how they could find the motivation to make meaningful and fulfilling contributions in their lifetime. It will help to explore the ‘abundance’ within each one of us through ‘being positive’ to help stage that ‘comeback’ from a failure, and build ‘dreams’ with ‘empathy’ in a ‘friendly’ manner to set ‘goals’ with ‘humility’ by ‘ignoring’ non-essentials with ‘gratitude’ in mind, to achieve a ‘king-size’ living by ‘loving’ selflessly. It ‘motivates’ and ‘maximises’ limited ‘needs’ requiring integrity and being ‘optimistic’ to live in the ’present day’, with ever-lasting ‘quests’ and to develop an appetite for ‘risks with responsibilities’, through ‘serve with a smile to succeed’ to become what we ‘think’, and to help us realise the ‘ultimate’ truths, ‘values and vision’, getting rid of ‘worries and work stress’ to achieve ‘ageless living’ with a ‘youthful attitude’ to live ‘zealously’. The ‘to-do’ is explained with the ‘how to’, taking one from the present to the envisaged potent future, through helpful tools and a self-evaluation at the end. D. Rajasekar is a ‘Indian Forest Service’ officer with two decades of experience. He started his career as Scientist after M.Sc from Forest College and Research Institute, Tamilnadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore. An academic topper in Forestry and gold medalist in IGNFA, Dehradun and was awarded prestigious British Council Chevening fellowship to pursue Environmental Management and Sustainable Development from University of Wales, Bangor. He had visited various European nations. He is passionate about people participating in governance and decision making process. In his career, he had implemented several National and International Projects and also served as Secretary of the Animal Welfare Board of India.