Colombo, May 17 (newsin.asia) – The greatest lessons we learn are from life itself, and this book reflects upon the author’s own experiences through various trials and tribulations.
A common theme throughout the book examines the power of decisions and its impact on one’s destiny.
As individuals, we will make mistakes and lose our way at times. But this is not the end of the line. We can either learn from our failures and grow as individuals or be victims of our circumstances.
Through ten useful tips, readers will be immersed in a unique transformational adventure.
This is an opportunity for self-reflection and a chance to examine our own life. What is really stopping us from becoming the best version of ourselves?
Maas Savanghan is a professional in the field of Human Resources. He is a certified life coach, educator, and sportsman. He has been instrumental in inspiring change in the lives of his associates and continues to work closely with individuals in their pursuit of extraordinary results.
Following was what Maas had to say regarding his book launch:
I was thinking of something crazy to do for my birthday but with lockdown being imposed throughout the country, I revisited a project that I had been procrastinating for far too long.
My first official publication is available on Amazon Kindle for purchase. Hopefully, I can sort out the paperback soon once I work out the details with a publisher.
I’m sure there are a lot of little niggles to work on, but I figured it was better than doing nothing at all.
I truly believe we were all born to make an impact on this world.
Through ten simple themes, you will be immersed in an experience of personal development. The book itself is written in the English language and it contains 44 pages.
“My future ambition is to build on this foundation and document lessons that will add value to people’s lives,” Maas said. “The only way to build credibility is to take the road less travelled and ride the storm. I hope my experience will do the talking and hopefully inspire others to stretch their limits” he added.