13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck Read Online Free - The journey of life isn’t exactly easy…
Some people make it through hard work and talent.
Some fall by the wayside. And some people are just
plain lucky. They are blessed with Bloody Good
But is it possible to attract good luck? Can we train
ourselves to be lucky? Apparently it seems that Dame
Luck isn’t that fickle. She is well within our reach.
In his first non-fiction foray, bestselling author
Ashwin Sanghi explores that critical, much-longed
for element called luck.
Through entertaining and informative anecdotes,
narrations of personal experiences and vignettes of
homespun wisdom, Ashwin gives us a whole new
insight into how people can work towards being
It seems that luck isn’t entirely the twist of fate thatit is made out to be!
|Title||:||13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
February 27, 2017
This is probably one of the best book I have ever read on 'Self Improvement', or should I say on 'luck'? Mr. Sanghi did an amazing job. He compiled plethora of lucky people's habits into 13 habits
Quoting from successful people, author has effectively connected dots for the essential traits to bec...
December 10, 2015
Good luck and 13 ?
Triskaideaphobia – the fear of number 13, is rampant in hotel rooms, in aeroplane flight seatings, in the quest for ‘auspicious days’ and in Friday the 13th.
Ashwin Sanghi deliberately flaunts ‘13 rules’ as a thumbs down for superstition. He re-defines luck from ‘chance’ to ‘cho...
December 07, 2014
Writing a non-fiction is really difficult as the book needs to be really interesting along with the topic otherwise one will get bored, this book really made me hook till I finish, though most of the points discussed one might already be aware but narrative style with lots of anecdotes, personal...
February 26, 2015
It is a nice short motivational book like many other books in the market. If one combines it with Dale Carnegie's How to make Friends and Influence People, one can learn a lot about how to climb the wall to success.
Examples quoted are good, even though some of them were often quoted elsewhere.
March 12, 2017
Well organised. The 13 steps in detail makes one adapt them and attract that bloody luck into life. The live examples for each step from famous personalities will just make the point through.
March 08, 2017
No structure to the book. The insight (which is to maximise opportunities like in the movie - 'yes man' ) offered ends within the first few pages. A bunch of anecdotes (poorly fact checked) put together. Similar to the book 'spice in science' from pustak mahal. Read only if you like anecdotes.
February 02, 2015
What happens when you a lot of efforts into something and still could not find yourself near success? The situation gets even more impatient when you find someone else with less seriousness and dedication winning it over you. The first thing that we do is blame our luck and abuse our God. Right?...
January 06, 2017
Most of us agree that Hard work alone seldom suffices in getting success. We (mistakenly) attribute all these factors to luck. Even in a meritocratic exam like the one for IAS, some stretch it to calling 75% hardwork and 25% luck.
Ashwin Sanghi's claim in this book is that most of these "luck FACT...
July 09, 2015
LUCK Four letter words plays vital role of everyone life According to my view of luck was " Luck brings you success but hard work necessary with-in the part of success. You can won only with the luck but that was not stayed in permanent.
Hard work + Luck = Success". This Book brings you not only w...
March 13, 2015
As our average attention span and patience dwindles, we have started looking for quick reads that impart a sense of wisdom or entertainment in a short time or at least be so interesting that we don't mind spending longer time reading them. In that respect, Ashwin Sanghi has done a great job in ke...