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April 1, 2024

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - The Write Order
Genre - Personal Development
Publishing year - 2024
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-6045-130-1
Pages - 170

Bread and Butter by MD Anwar

Book Review - 

As an avid reader constantly seeking guidance in the realm of self-help/personal development literature, MD Anwar's debut book, Bread and Butter immediately caught my attention. The author offers a refreshingly practical approach tailored specifically for young adults in a genre often saturated with philosophical musings or lofty intellectual discourse.

One of the immediate draws of this book is its accessibility. The author adopts a conversational tone throughout the book, effortlessly engaging readers with lucid language and even occasional use of Hindi slang, lending an air of familiarity and approachability. This makes the book not only informative but enjoyable to read, inviting readers to delve into its pages with ease.

Structured with concise chapters, the book lends itself well to both leisurely reading and quick reference. Whether one seeks advice on handling pressure, mastering time management, or navigating the complexities of career choices, this book offers pragmatic insights that resonate with the everyday experiences of its target audience.

While some may prefer real-life anecdotes to illustrate key concepts, MD Anwar opts for fictional scenarios. Although this choice may initially seem detached from reality, it allows the author to craft scenarios that embody the universal challenges young individuals encounter. Through these narratives, readers can glean valuable lessons applicable to their own lives, transcending the specifics of any single tale.

The coverage of topics ranging from academic pursuits to professional advancement is comprehensive. For students, the book serves as a roadmap for academic success, offering practical strategies to enhance learning and cope with the rigors of education. Likewise, professionals will find invaluable guidance on navigating workplace dynamics, achieving work-life balance, and charting a fulfilling career path.

I regret not having had access to this book during my youth, as I am sure it would have greatly benefited me. However, it's never too late for you or your child to reap its rewards. With its practical wisdom and relatable tone, it is a must-read for anyone seeking guidance in overcoming career challenges and forging a path to personal and professional fulfillment. 

A few quotes from the book: 

You can't win everything, and you can't lose every battle. 

By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.

Think for yourself, or others will think for you without thinking of you.

Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.

We should focus on our strengths and discover that things will gradually fall into place.

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