For readers of Chanakya in Daily Life by Radhakrishna Pillai and Buddha at Work by Geetanjali Pandit.The author has written extensively about Vivekananda in The Times of India's Speaking Tree column.The author is the Associate Editor with The Times of India and a regular contributor to the popular Speaking Tree column.Anshul Chaturvedi is a senior journalist with over 25 years of experience observing everything from politics to cinema. He came across the works of Swami Vivekananda at age 16 and has since written about his teachings for various platforms, including the Speaking Tree and his blog, for over 15 years. He also drew on Vivekananda's teachings while writing his previous book on handling workplace stress, Work Sucks! Or Do You? When not earning his daily bread, he often spends his time reading about WW2 and managerial philosophy, and binge-watching police procedurals. Currently based in Delhi/Noida, he works as an Associate Editor with The Times of India. You can follow him on Twitter at @AnshulChaturvdi.AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF VIVEKANANDA TO YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE Are you weighed down by societal expectations, family pressure or the need for digital validation? Vivekananda will help lighten that burden so that you care a little less about the opinions of others. Are you struggling with your work - or your workplace - despite no obvious deficit of skill? Vivekananda will help you redefine how to measure your own success or failure. Does death - your own, or of those closest to you - frighten you? Vivekananda will teach you how to cope with grief and loss, and be the support your loved ones need in trying times. Anecdotal and thought-provoking, The Vivekananda Handbook for Everyday Living unravels the wisdom of Swami Vivekananda's teachings to guide you through your life, whether at home or at the office.An essential guide to applying the principles of Vivekananda to your everyday life - both at home and at work.
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