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Life indeed is a marathon .
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Mostly would agree with the author except for certain points .
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Don T Sprint The Marathon Raghunathan, VNotRetrouvez Don T Sprint The Marathon Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D Occasion Don T Sprint The Marathon EPub V Raghunathan Don T Sprint The Marathon, V Raghunathan, Harpercollins Des Milliers De Livres Avec La Livraison Chez Vous Enjour Ou En Magasin Avec % De Rduction Don T Sprint The Marathon By V Raghunathan Dont Sprint The Marathon, A Non Fiction Book By V Raghunatham Feelslike A Parenting Guide But Sheds Light On The Human Outlook Towards Competition And Success The Author Wittily Used The Metaphor Of Race For Competition And The Strategies People Use To Win It Don T Sprint The Marathon Frideshare By SSekar Sekrajc Yahoo Some Impressionistic Takes From The Book Dr V Raghunathan S Don T Sprint The Marathon Don T P Dont Sprint The Marathon Summarised SlideShare A Nice Book On The Typical Mentality Of The Indian Parents To Push Children To Excel At Academics Right From The Early Years Of Their Life The Author Clearly Don T Do This In The Sprint YouTube Crash Footage And My Thoughts Last Week S Crash VideoAffiliate Links That Help Support The Channel My Computer Https Don T Switch To Sprint, The Truth From A Former As A Former Employee Of Sprint, You Should Watch This I Was Laid Off By Sprint, Along Withother Customer Service Reps Our Jobs Were Outsourced And Sent To The Philippines Many Of Us HaveWhat The Sprint T Mobile Merger Means For Sprint Sprint Stores Will Close Or Turn Magenta Starting Later InOlder Sprint Phones Will Work Until The End Of , And Your Service Plan Is Safe UntilDon T Panic, But Keep An Eye Out ForThink Before Printing Please Consider The We Don T Want To Stop People Printing We Simply Think That Sometimes, People, And Not Everyone, Need Reminding That Wasting Paper, Ink And Toner Doesn T Make Economic Or Environmental Sense Not Just Email Our Message Isn T Limited To Emails Every Day, People Hit The Print Button Without Really Considering Why Often It S Because We Re Used To Seeing Things On Paper We Have Some IrrationalHow To Print A Word Document Without The Track Therefore, If You Have Tracked Changes And You Don T Want Them To Show In The Printed Document, You Need To Check The Print Markup Setting On The Print Screen On The File Tab Before Printing Your Document Also, Check The Status Of This Option If You Ve Copied And Pasted Text With Tracked Changes From Another Document Into Your Current Document And You Don T Want To We Indians are quite competitive and culturally are wired for winning the rat race.
Many parents coax their kids to pursue 'high earning' careers like engineering, medicine,law rather than pursuing their passions.
Kids spend their teens(1418) cracking the entrance/board exams rather than exploring their interests.
The author cites the example of several 'late starters' to argue that life is NOT a rat race but a marathon where the best prepared person wins.
The ideas are not that novel but the expression is.
A good read which re defines if not completely modifies our perspective towards life.
.
.
Life indeed is a marathon .
.
.
Mostly would agree with the author except for certain points .
.
.
“Running is the greatest metaphor of life.
” Time flies and life unfolds new chapters.
But what kind of race is your USP?

Don’t sprint the marathon, a nonfiction book by V Raghunatham feels more like a parenting guide but sheds light on the human outlook towards competition and success.


The author wittily used the metaphor of race for competition and the strategies people use to win it.
To take it as a sprint or a marathon is definitely on the readers but the book definitely provides and indepth difference between the two and leaves the readers to rethink were they right all their lives?

The book opens up by asking a few questions based on the different attributes of children; “Running is the greatest metaphor of life.
” Time flies and life unfolds new chapters.
But what kind of race is your USP?

Don’t sprint the marathon, a nonfiction book by V Raghunatham feels more like a parenting guide but sheds light on the human outlook towards competition and success.


The author wittily used the metaphor of race for competition and the strategies people use to win it.
To take it as a sprint or a marathon is definitely on the readers but the book definitely provides and indepth difference between the two and leaves the readers to rethink were they right all their lives?

The book opens up by asking a few questions based on the different attributes of children; A very short but effective plea to live life in your one terms and pace by competing against oneself.
Passion for excellence is more important than chasing a short term goal of competing and coming first in academia particularly if that is not your chosen dream.
Written in a simple style easily comprehensible to all.
À Dont Sprint The Marathon ☆ A nice book on the typical mentality of the Indian parents to push children to excel at academics right from the early years of their life.
The author clearly highlights the perils of such shortsightedness while lashing out at the fallacies built within our education system.
The difference in the capabilities and training of a sprint racer and a marathon runner is brought out well.
The text also debates whether competition at all helps in an individual's learning.

The book cites several examples of people who have done very well in life while in fact they have been rated mediocre or poor throughout most of their childhood by our education system.

The author makes a bold statement but tends to repeat a tad too much.
The presentation lacks brevity.
Other than that, it is a good read.
u dnt need a review for raghunathan if u hv read him once.
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to speak what another reviewer hs said, raghunathan does nt preach on moral grounds alone bt he gives u concrete reasons y u sud follow a righteous path.
his is one sane voice in this growing din of selfishness nd hyprocracy.

this book is worth gifting to parents of learning children.

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