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March 26, 2024

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Manjul
Genre - Personal Development
Publishing year - 2023
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-5543-464-7
Pages - 170

Being: A Journey by Pankaj Gupta

Book Review - 

Being: A Journey is a debut book written by Pankaj Gupta. It is a transformative guidebook that delves into the intricate realms of self-discovery and personal growth. With a profound blend of practical insights and introspective narratives, the author offers readers a roadmap toward genuine change and enlightenment. 

Structured into ten immersive and fast-paced chapters, each serving as a powerful workshop empowering readers to navigate life's complexities with clarity and purpose. One of the book's strengths lies in its incorporation of practical exercises, informative diagrams, and questions we rarely ask ourselves. 

These tools, coupled with relevant examples and personal anecdotes enhance the readers' understanding and engagement toward a particular topic, making the journey of self-realization enriching and fulfilling. Pankaj Gupta encourages deep introspection and reflection in personal and professional growth. 

The first half consists of self-awareness, values, communication, finding time, and individual development strategies. The second half is about decluttering, business and career plans, the distinction between task and idea, growth environment, focus, and accountability.

In essence, it is not merely a self-help guide, but a catalyst for personal transformation and empowerment. The author's guidance, teaching methods, and anecdotes make this book a valuable resource for individuals striving to unlock their true potential. 

The author's debut effort impresses me, leaving me eager for more from him in the future. This book serves as a versatile guide, offering timely insights that can be absorbed at one's own pace. Whether you're seeking personal or professional growth, or venturing into entrepreneurship, this book is a valuable resource worth exploring.

I have tons of favorite lines/quotes from this book, but sharing all of them here is impossible, so I am sharing a few:

Knowing yourself is the key to success.

Success is defined by others, and happiness by us. You choose if you want to be happy or successful.

We must ask ourselves whether what we are struggling to achieve is truly what we need.

Prioritise the area that haunts you the most and the rest of the journey will be super easy.

My purpose cannot be yours, and yours cannot be mine. But we all have a sense.

No matter how much we try, we cannot give our best to the work we do not like. 

Everyone has their own perspective and own values. Nothing is correct or incorrect until it harms society.

When you bring improvement in one area of your life, you will find that every other area of life has also improved.

If you keep doing things others can do for you, when will you do something only you can do?

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