Cover Page of the Paperback Version
Another book of the non-fiction genre that fell into my lap seems to have increased my love for the same. No Limits by Mukesh Bansal is a book that has content on how to be a good performer professionally. As the Blurb mentions rightly that this book gives wisdom that can be used to drive the mind and body of a person to get the desired results needed to transform one’s life. The title, No Limits, is apt to the concept that we as humans are the proud owners of the two most amazing machines in the universe i.e. our body and mind with no limits to their calibre.
The book is divided into four parts that illuminate small and different observations of life that we tend to miss in our daily hustle to put food on our table. Furthermore, every chapter is filled with various Performance Hacks those help in understanding the path that the author takes to elucidate the numerous concepts on how to be a high performer. There are 43 performance hacks in totality nicely fitted in 337 pages of this book.
In my opinion, the main challenge for a non-fiction genre author is to make the readers believe in the same mindset as the author is in illustrated through his/her writing. I found No Limits to have excelled in this challenge as the author, Mukesh Bansal, started this book by giving details about his life’s journey as a student to becoming a successful entrepreneur while believing in numerous failures to be the stepping stones for this success.
The core of this book is the author’s belief that every human being on this planet has an incredible potential that could be nurtured with the right training. Any new skill can be learned and any goal can be achieved if you put your heart, mind and soul into it.
The writing style is much elasticated, every concept is explained with multiple instances on his cutting-edge research in areas like human psychology and physiology, brain neuroplasticity and functionality, a person’s mere habits those become the defining nature unique from the others and many more such areas. The book is flawlessly written in terms of grammar and presentation with manifold quotes written appropriate to the topic in discussion. I like books such as this one where I don’t have to sit with a pencil in my hand to mark onto any grammatical mistake and a very few of the Indian authors are successful in such writing. A huge shout-out to the editing team of this book to have done a tremendous job.
I would strongly recommend this book to people who don’t believe in mere luck and are ready to acquire any skill required to achieve their goal.
I would like to give a good 4.5-star rating out of 5 for this book.
You could check out and grab your copy of the book (Paperback and the Kindle version) on Amazon.
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