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Whats keeping me up and running !??

Status Quo for September :

Into java development at work ,music driven life while commuting and getting better for some worst reasons or vice versa 😐 with help of huge amount of caffeine daily


Personality hike :p and preventive measures 😉

Realizing that my baby steps approach to lose weight wont work took total control and keeping a self monitoring eye on what am eating and how often am doing it so.But all this only after gaining some 5 plus kg just in 2 months of time.After reducing carbohydrates consumption after 5 PM feeling better.

Traveling  with ♥♥♥ Awesome Music ♫ ♫ ♫ ♫

When it comes to work life its still in nascent stage which is ready anytime to burst and throttle my relaxed life.Music(Beatles,Yuvan,Kishore Kumar) is what keeping me up and running through my horde of 76 km round trip to office and home 🙂 , even in terrific traffic.☻☻


Understanding and demystifying  money !!!

Its fact that  am very bad when it comes to money, so trying to clear off the debts and trying hard to man

age those last week days of a month with so little money 🙂


Reading business and getting datalcoholic

Data—> Information—> Analysis+People pulse(psychology of end user) = business ideas !! ain’t it.

Reading loads of articles and feeling information overload. So to make things simple constrained myself to technology and business issues which i love most and the rest take a back seat for now.

List of Books reading/planning to read this month(October)  

  • Entrepreneurship
  1. The Art of Start by Guy Kawasaki
  • Fiction
  1. A Fine Family by Gurucharan Das
  2. The Husband by Dean Koontz
  • Personality development
  1. Linchpin – Are you Indispensable by Seth Godin


A-Movie-A-Week and ATM(AnyTimeMovie) policies is resumed in life after a hectic training schedule of 3 months.

Personal Life

Treating every moment as it comes life at personal level is moving on as usual. No stakes. No gifts 🙂



Learning and adopting the art of managing information overload and procrastination with the help of some simple life tools and do-it-yourself techniques.(will do a separate post on how this whole GTD thing has worked for me since 2 months now)


If Tomorrow Comes – Book Review



Author : Sidney Sheldon

Start date : 18 Sep 2008

End date : 27 Nov 2008

Rating : 4/5



“It would be a box office hit if it was ever made into a Hollywood movie!”

A true masterpiece from the master story teller Sidney Sheldon. I bet many book lovers would have  this one in their favorite list. and  its the most famous book by Sheldon. Also this one occupies the top 1 , listed  terms of reader base. This is my third read of Sidney , first being Doomsday Conspiracy and the second  Tell me your dreams. Undoubtedly If tomorrow comes is my new favorite of Sheldon. I have aplenty  reasons to like this book and an iota amount of dislike though. This wasn’t at all boring , like the other two mentioned books. It moved at a steady pace and never my guess was correct in this fateful story of Tracy Whitney.

One thing I loved about Sidney Sheldon is that , he establishes the characters firmly to the story line (that is far different even from the imagination) so that you wouldn’t stop admiring them. Such are the characters of Tracy Whitney , Jeff Stevens , Ernestine , Cooper , Reynolds, and so on… Perhaps he makes oneself keep betting to guess what’s next exciting thing going to happen in the story.

What a huge difference between the lady  at the beginning of the story fearing  What if tomorrow comes  and the same lady at the end cheerfully dreaming about happiness awaiting  which tomorrow brings in. Its all her destiny. The transformation of the innocent lady into a powerful , witty , clever and the best con player is very convincing and acceptable. Every episode leaves you no time for guessing and keeps engaged to enjoy the twists in the story. Hardly one could anticipate what’s in the store from the story teller. Tracy’s tryst with Stevens, their mutual love episodes all are too good.Their friction in every aspect amuses the reader and makes the book furthermore readable.

If tomorrow comes is a true page turner, fast–paced story that fills you with several  kinds of emotions and overall a very good read.

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