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Jeet Aap Ki
Author: Shiv Khera
Jeet Aapki is a self-help book on achieving success in life. It is the Hindi version of the English bestseller titled You Can Win. Summary Of The Book Jeet Aapki, the Hindi version of Shiv Kheras You Can Win, seeks to teach readers the fundamentals of personal success. He helps readers judge if the driving force in their life is inspiration or desperation - whether they are playing to win or merely going through the motions because they have to do so. The author presents positive thinking as the most important element required to succeed in any endeavor, and offers practical steps to achieve the same. He demonstrates how dedicated positive thinking gives birth to a positive attitude, an ambitious outlook, and a definite course of action - all of which are capable of placing any individual in a higher league than their peers. Written in an informal and friendly manner, the book is peppered with interesting anecdotes, clear-cut strategies, and inspiring stories to help the readers write a success story that they can call their own. Above all, the book aims to liberate people from certain debilitating restraints of ancient thinking, by bring clarity to their life and values. This particular edition of the book was published in 2010. It is has been translated to Hindi from You Can Win, the authors English bestseller, which was first published in 1998. About Shiv Khera Shiv Khera is an Indian author, motivational speaker, activist, entrepreneur, and business consultant. He has written books like Freedom Is Not Free, You Can Win, You Can Sell, and Living With Honour. His writing and public speaking was inspired to a great extent by the lectures of Norman Vincent Peale. It focuses on a variety of topics, including personal success, positive action, and social reform. Shiv Khera was involved in his family business, which was related to coal mining. He then worked at several odd jobs, including life insurance and car washing, before he found success as an author and motivational speaker. Khera has been actively involved in several social causes in India, such as the Youth For Equality movement. Khera is also involved in Indian politics. His activism, entrepreneurship, and writing have won him several honors and awards including the Centennial Vocational Award for Excellence from the Rotary Club. He also has the distinction of being a Louis Marchesi Fellow as recognized by the Round Table Foundation.