I loved this book, and was awed by the author’s ability to convey once mystifying concepts with clarity and succinctness. A “how to” guide for anyone looking to gain greater control over their minds, hearts and bodies. If you are between 20 and 120, this book will help you grow, change and achieve tremendous life satisfaction! – Amazon Review
The Man With Zero Talent:
HOW I REINVENTED MYSELF, RENEWED MY ZEST FOR LIVING,
AND REDISCOVERED LASTING PURPOSE
In a world where many give up far too soon, settle for mediocrity and engage in meaningless pursuits, there is a voice in the wilderness that shouts, “No, I won’t accept anything less than an awesome life!” That voice belongs to Sanjib Nandi, a man who made the life-altering decision one day to discard negativity and embark on an odyssey of epic proportions.
In “The Man with Zero Talent,” you will travel with Sanjib as he reveals how to:
- Turn your life around by applying the Law of Reversibility
- Achieve the “180-degree twist”
- Channel your untapped reservoir of energy to create a bigger, better you
In the spirit of Deepak Chopra, Andrew Weil and Tony Robbins, the author will take you on a journey of self-discovery, filling your mind with inspiring stories, scientific realities and key techniques for developing and manifesting your highest self. This humble pharmacist, author and speaker will motivate and uplift you, offering rock-solid tools and insights that will propel you beyond the limits of your former self.
Whether you are male or female. Whether you are in your teens or your 80’s you will be inspired by this book. Travel to the realm of possibility with Sanjib Nandi, and start living a powerful, satisfying life.
We’re all human and hit hard times. You cannot compare your life or situation to anyone else. This book gives great perspective, personal situations, and the tools to help anyone recover. Sanjib has put time, talent, and much research to back his advice. This resource came at a good time, as many are struggling through COVID changes. I highly recommend reading this book whether or not you’re going through a tough time right now or not. It’s good to be prepared and read about someone else. You are not alone. -Amazon Review