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'Everybody is Genius' book review by Abhishek Rao, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

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Everybody is Genius - Guest Reviews

'Everybody is Genius' book review by Abhishek Rao, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

"I congratulate the author to have laid his hands on a subject matter which is at once profound and interesting. The theory of interplay of Imagination Objectification and Diversification (IOD) is pretty appealing and the author's approach does make sense. The theory comes across as a product of both "smart" and "wise" thinking which I appreciate. Since the Author's approach involves abstraction, it would have been great if the whole narrative was interspersed with illustrations and anecdotes. Such elements are already there but little more of illustrations and anecdotes would have helped more.
The IOD concept is not only the mainstay but also the most interesting aspect of the book. But the author doesn't give much hint about it in the initial part. The IOD comes only after the reader has gone past quite a few pages. Also, the book seems to lack images and graphics. Wishing the author the very best."

Review by Monika, Life Style enthusiast and writer
"Many of us have faced setbacks one after the other in our lives. During those difficult moments, we tend to blame our luck, our family, and our friends in spite working really hard as compared to others. Such blame game puts up into severe problems by aggravating even a minor cause. The root cause behind setbacks in is not our luck entirely but a lack of the right ideas to be applied at the right moment. The book Everybody is Genius has really helped me to certain extent.
The book provides new ways of generating ideas. It explains how knowledge, objectivity, and diversity can lead a person towards success. Moreover, the book also entails useful ideas on dealing with the situations wherein it is difficult to make decisions like starting a business, starting or closing a love relationship, and so on. The most important thing that I have learned after reading the book is that it’s the mind that controls every aspect in our environment. Thus, we should master our mind rather than letting out mind master us.
However, the language used in the book and examples provided in it are analytical in nature, which may be easily understood by a person having a similar background but may not suit every layman’s taste. The book should have focused on how a person can become genius in dealing with real-life, day-to-day struggles where everybody’s patience are taken on toss especially when a set of tough people are there to live with like a rude landlord, a tough boss, nagging parents, irritating partner, jealous friends, and many more. The book should have been more communicative and active in approach."

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