INFIN-EIGHT: Eight Principles for Infinite Professional Success by Prajeet Budhale

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by Prajeet Budhale

To be honest, I am not a big fan of self-help books. So when I received the book Infin-Eight by Prajeet Budhale to review, I wasn’t much excited about it.

Boy, wasn’t I wrong?

It is not just a regular self-help book. With 22 years of experience in the various professional fields, author Prajeet Budhale through his book nudges us towards an uncomplicated professional life.

It is divided into eight chapters, giving it’s reader step by step guide to lead a happy professional life.

The first chapter teaches us to recognize ‘professional ability‘ answering the question ‘What is our perfect calling?‘. With some amazing questionnaire and fun activities, we start unraveling ourselves in a very interesting way. Furthermore, the author, through these activities help us to understand the work environment and the teamwork.

The book was so engaging that I was compelled to read further and participate in the entire activities. Furthermore, the language with its simplicity bowled me over. This book came as a pleasant surprise to me.

From cover to the chapters, every element of this book enthralled me.

This book has earned 5 out of 5 stars, for keeping me engaged throughout, which, in fact, is a difficult task when it comes to self-help books. And I am sure there will be others like me, who would immensely enjoy reading this book.

I recommend Prajeet’s Infin-Eight to everyone who is just starting the job or have been working since like forever, for this book is very important for your professional as well as personal well being.

This is a must-read for everyone.

INFIN-EIGHT by Prajeet Budhale

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