The Juggernaut within: Eight tools to hack your mind and win your life

Notion Press
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Having goals, wanting to attain excellence, pursuing multiple aspects all at once are all critical to success. However, managing our internal state of being while going through this journey is far more important since it can make or break how we feel about our worldly accomplishments.

The focus of this book is towards our inner being as opposed to the external world. Think of this as two sides of the same coin, or an alternate means to the same end--Happiness.

- Do you pay attention to the circumstances that govern your present?

- Have you gained control over your thoughts, feelings and actions?

- Are you conscious of what you're doing?

- Do you burn with passion?

- The passion to succeed?

The Juggernaut Within provides specific tools and concepts, coupled with anecdotes from the author's experiences, which we can use to nourish our minds to such an extreme that happiness will almost become a prerequisite in our lives instead of an end goal.
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About the author

Vivek Ishwar is a Coach and Author by passion, Chartered Accountant by qualification, and a Finance and Strategy Professional by occupation.

Vivek believes ‘happiness’ is seeking excellence in multiple aspects of life. He personally looks at life in different ways—work, professional goals, health, self-actualization, family, love, contentment, inner peace, and learning to name a few. He has cultivated a systematic structure to pursue multiple goals and enable continuous growth, and has seen the benefits of incorporating it into his life and the people in it.

Vivek is looking to actively spread awareness about what he has learnt through his writing and coaching, and help shape a better future.

Vivek is a fitness enthusiast, an experience junkie, and an ardent foodie. He is also an avid sportsman. He enjoys playing pool and snooker, golf, swimming, and is a certified scuba diver. He deeply enjoys travelling, getting new experiences and learning pretty much anything.

Having worked with large corporations such as Goldman Sachs and Ernst & Young, start-ups such as Wordplay Content, and mid-sized organizations such as Firstsource Solutions, Vivek has had the rare opportunity to have worked with diverse people with varying mindsets and varying goals. He is a Guest Faculty at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
Nov 27, 2019
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Pages
112
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ISBN
9781645876670
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
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This content is DRM free.
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