Love your Mondays and Retire Young by Siddhartha Sharma

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Walk into any classroom of this country and you will find books on numerous subjects like physics, calculus, geography, financial management, and nano-technology, but where do we find information on the most crucial subjects of life—dreams, happiness, and passion?
We all work for 10 hours every day, 250 days a year, and will do this for about 40 years of our professional lives. Is your work a drain on your energy or the greatest gift of your life? Why work for 40 years when you can get rich and retire in 5 years by following your passion?
Love Your Mondays and Retire Young shares the most effective and cutting-edge strategies for individuals who want to live out their life’s passions and make money while following their heart.
Are you ready to embark upon the most exciting and rewarding journey of your life?
 

About Siddhartha Sharma

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Siddhartha Sharma is the Chief Executive Officer of Success Monks Performance Consulting, one of the fastest growing training and performance consulting companies in India.For more than a decade now, Siddhartha has been studying the subject of “human potential maximization” and his life’s focus now is to share this knowledge with all people around the world so that billions can powerfully transform and improve their lives. Prior to starting Success Monks, he worked with McKinsey & Company.Siddhartha has trained and coached professionals from McKinsey & Company, IMRB, Voith GmbH, DSM, IPSOS, HCL, OD Alternatives, EXL Services, QSA Advisory, NICSI, RIICO, and many more corporate houses at Success Monks seminars.He is also a keynote speaker, and regularly speaks at forums such as TED and the National Entrepreneurial Network. As a speaker, he also visits the most prestigious colleges of the country—IITs, NITs, IMI, IIFT, IMT, Fore School, CBS, DCE, and many others.He is also the author of 60 Keys to Success.
 
Published October 30, 2013 by Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd. 328 pages
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