About Qualities to rise like Thomas Shelby
In this world full of opportunities, why do only a few people break the barrier of living average and become successful? Life does not simply give us what we want; it gives us what we deserve, so to deserve better, one must develop certain qualities to become successful. But many have no idea about that, and this is where inspirations help. We have learned many things by observing others; similarly, by observing an inspiring personality, we can develop the same good characteristics within ourselves to become a better person. Author of this book: Deepak prasath was inspired by Thomas Shelby character, who rose from downtrodden to wealth and power. And in this book, the author has discussed various traits of Thomas Shelby and tips to develop them, which if followed would lead to both personal and professional success.
In this book, you will learn:
How to develop the characteristics that are required to achieve greatness.
How not to be the victim of the circumstances.
Why it is essential to take risks and set goals, and tips to achieve them.
What it takes to become independent and when to say ‘No’
How to become a better person and be ahead of others.
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Hello there! I hope you had finished reading this book! My name is Deepak prasath, and I was born on April 20, 2001, in Tamil Nadu, India. I was also a kid who was inspired by Tony Stark and wished to become a mastermind. Then I completed my Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Instrumentation, and it was fine. Though I didn’t become the “The Da Vinci of our Time” I learned a lot on the journey. Thomas Shelby’s saying “You can change what you do, but you can’t change what you want” and his mindset of having no limitations propelled me to exert my desire and dream. I have aspirations of becoming an author, actor, public speaker, and philosopher. It might seem lengthy, but as we all got one chance to live, I do not want to lose this opportunity.
This is one life, so take control of it and write a better one that you would love to read on your deathbed. It is just simple!