Dr Mangu Singh releases the book that will help professionals “navigate their way to success”
Dr Mangu Singh, Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation released Navigating the Maze by Mr Bharat Wakhlu and Mrs Savita Bhan Wakhlu at an event held in New Delhi.
In the course of their work and life, Bharat and Savita, the authors of Navigating the Maze–Simple, Smarter Strategies to Fast-track Success have had myriad interactions and conversations with young working men and women. What they have gathered is that today’s professionals are keen to live their lives in ways that support health, happiness, love, harmonious relationships, joyful work and abundance. To do this, however, the goals people need to pursue have to be based on their own personal choices rather than what “others say or do”.
Speaking about the book, Mr Bharat Wakhlu mentioned, “This book promotes this perspective by providing insights on three critical aspects that impact our lives: namely, Self-mastery, Interpersonal Excellence and the World of Work. Introducing the right skills and capabilities in these areas of life, the book aims to lead its readers to fast-track success on ones’ own terms; providing an individualistic approach to success."
Continuing the discussion, Mrs Savita Bhan Wakhlu pointed out the seven simple and smart strategies essential for personal transformation and growth that is lucidly elucidated in the book.
Addressing the audience, Dr Mangu Singh, Managing Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation pointed “It is an honour to release this incredible book which I am sure will benefit several young professionals across the country. DMRC, which is an evolving organization, has many creative young minds who look forward to such inspirational reads. Through its anecdotes, life stories and scenarios, this book provides a strategic approach to success, which is not merely based on the world outside but also highlights the role of the internal self of the individual.”
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