Declaring Breakdowns by Sameer Dua – Book Review

Declaring Breakdowns

BY: SAMEER DUA

Synopsis:

The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Each one of us, in every area of our life, has an almost certain, probable, default future. But is this future acceptable?

This book provides a simple 6-step framework to actively create a future of one’s choice. It gives an insight into several generative leadership distinctions which, when practised, have the potential of having a significant positive impact on performance.

Book Review:

This is the first non-fiction book review on this site and I am glad I started reviewing non fiction books with Declaring Breakdowns. After a certain point of time, many of us get into a certain flow in our work-field from which we find it difficult to break out and achieve newer goals. Someway or another, we all are stuck with our default future and fear to break free from it due to fear of failure or some other reason. But this book makes you look at your goals from a completely different perspective. The concept of declaring a breakdown to change the default future really works. Sometimes we seek and need a change from our regular routine but are held back due to various reasons, Declaring Breakdowns seamlessly explains how and why taking a pause when there is a deliberate slowdown and pursuing alternate options can really change your life for good.

I found the writing style of the author very impressive and the way he has explained everything with the help of simple examples is amazing. Usage of quotations at various places enhanced the pleasure of reading the book many folds. For me this is the book that inspries you to achieve your dream goals. A must read for all.

I got a free copy of the book from the publisher in exchange of an honest and unbiased review.

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