TGC Prasad is the author of bestsellers Unusual People Do Things Differently (Penguin, Portfolio) and Along the Way (Rupa Publishers). He is on advisory boards of several companies, and works as managing partner of TGC Consulting (www.tgc-consulting.com), a consulting firm, specializing in human capital management. The firm essentially offers three services viz., senior executive search, senior executive coaching and leadership strategy, to global multinationals, Indian companies, and entrepreneurial ventures. He is the national executive council member of System Society of India (SSI) and advisory committee member, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI), ICT Centre Bangalore.
I am eighteen years old and five feet six inches tall. I have big eyes, long fingers, and I am healthy because I eat my food on time. I also have a mole on my left palm. Grandma says, ‰Û÷Mole on the palm is bad luck.‰۪ Eric Hoffer, an American writer said, ‰Û÷A great man‰۪s greatest good luck is to die at the right time.‰۪ I wondered what a right time to die was? I feel I have an eye in my mind and I close it when I am with strangers. Mallika is autistic and lives in a strangely whimsical yet ordered world of her own. When her mother breaks the news to her that her beloved elder brother Ananth is going to get married, Mallika‰۪s fragile world collapses. How will she deal with a stranger in her home and life? Told in an inimitable style, From the Eye of My Mind is a charming tale of acceptance, love, and a beautiful mind.