Amazing Selling Machine 11 Review (ASM 11 Review)

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Amazing Selling Machine 11 Review 2019 (ASM 11 Review)

Listen, this may not be like any other Amazing Selling Machine 11 review you’ve seen or read before!

I’m cutting right to the heart of the matter – and will address the 3 most important questions that should run through your mind whenever you see a banner ad or get an email message urging you to rush ahead and get Jason Katzenback and Matt Clark‘s ASM 11 (Amazing Selling Machine) coaching program.

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Book Review: The Lost Decade by Puja Mehra

I enjoy reading books that describe the arc of events and developments over a time frame. It may span centuries. Or shorter periods that are more intense and eventful… like Puja Mehra’s “The Lost Decade 2008-2018 – How India’s Growth Story Devolved Into Growth Without A Story“. Full book review – The Lost Decade Read … Read more

Books That Make You Think

Over the years, I’ve read thousands of books.

Some shaped my thoughts and views, opinions and feelings – including novels like Margaret Mitchell‘s ‘Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind

And Mario Puzo‘s ‘The Godfather‘ which made a huge impact.

For decades, I could quote even lengthy passages verbatim from the book.

The Godfather by Mario Puzo

 

“Every man has but one destiny.”

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Book Review: Ponniyin Selvan

Slowly – very slowly – I’m coming out from under the ether.

After 10 magical days.

Where was I?

Transported into the past, a thousand years back. To the glamorous, glorious Chola period of Thamizhagam, in a narrative about the prince popularly known as ‘Ponniyin Selvan’.

  • And so, I missed writing deadlines.
  • Set my book launch on autopilot.
  • Left even important work pending.
  • Put off tasks for later – and then hurriedly finished them.

Just so that I could go back to reading this lovely book.

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Book Review – The Silk Roads: A New History of the World

I’ve enjoyed books like Martin Gilbert’s “History of the Twentieth Century” and J.M.Robert’s “History of Europe“. Both of these classics portray a conventional account of how Europe evolved over centuries. In all of these narratives, the Byzantine empire and Constantinople seemed to me, somehow, to be kept peripheral. At the edge of the canvas. Being … Read more