Everyone desires to succeed. No one wants to fail in life. One’s own attitude to life, beliefs held, choices made, unbending determination to succeed, and eventually, one’s personality has a big role in one’s success. Only, not many know how to develop their personality. Through a series of fictional stories, the book makes an attempt to give some insight into the factors that help one develop an appropriate personality towards success.
Most of us develop our ideas, perceptions and beliefs while we are very young. The unfortunate part is we grow from childhood to boyhood to young adulthood, carrying with us many of our irrational beliefs and conditioning. The sooner they are corrected, it is better for the person.
Most readers must be able to relate the stories in this book to some or other experience they have heard about, or seen, or witnessed personally. Dear readers, stop for a minute and ponder over the issues discussed through the stories. I am sure it will help you. ‘To See is to Be Free,’ some wise person had said. One must see the problems to become free from them. That itself removes many hurdles to success.
I wish the young readers a successful life.
T N Neelakantan
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