The Bottom Line – A Review

Bottom Line Book ReviewAt the very outset, I would like to mention that I am not a fan of self-help and philosophical books. The last time I tried reading one, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, I was almost forced into slumber. However, on request of a friend I took up the task of not just reading a philosophical book but blogging about it too.

As we are getting closeted in the fast-paced urban, corporate lifestyle, leading a life as mere pawns in a rat race, at times it is worth taking a break. Put life on snooze button and enjoy the silence of solitude. Our existence poses several questions – who are we, what are we born for, do our lives have – seldom do we truly ponder on these queries. The Bottom Line by Sonu V C gives us a fresh perspective on living, exploring the myriad shades of a complex world called “Life”.

The book is best for those who really love to explore their inner self, with lot of time in hand to think. Worth a quick read on a flight or during a train journey, this book stays with you for a long time.

 About the author

Sonu V C is an HR professional and is presently associated with VivaKi India, part of the French Multinational Publicis Groupe. He became one of the members of the Advisory Board of ASHA (Association of Social and Health Advancement), an NGO at the age of 21. He also moved on to become a certified trainer from ISTD (Indian Society for Training and Development) at a pretty young age of 25. He has conducted a number of training programmes/workshops on Team Building, Personality Development, Leadership Development and Effective Communication Skills for organisations like Ambuja Realty, Advance Group of Companies etc.

Recently, he has started Deepika Foundation, an organisation which aims at bringing light in the lives of many by working in the areas of education, health and livelihood.

You can buy this book online at – Flipkart, URead, BookAdda, HomeShop18

You can also connect with the author on the Facebook page of the book or visit the blog.

Happy Reading!

About Agnivo Niyogi

Typical Aantel, reader, blogger, news addict, opinionated. Digital media enthusiast. Didi fanboi. Joy Bangla!

Posted on December 3, 2012, in Books and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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