CHICAGO: Inspirational books and the reflections of success gurus, which provoke and enlarge the inner self, have been influential in moving people toward success. Now, those who seek success in all aspects of life will have a substantial new tool in learning and applying the secrets behind true success.
Vishwas Mahale, a Chicago-based author, is releasing his trailblazing book “The Success” in Hardcover & eBook format. Internet users from all over the world will be able to purchase the hardcover book and eBook readers will be able to instantly download this thought provoking book through internet devices like iPad, iPhone, Amazon Kindle and so on.
“The Success” besides being classed as motivational book, contains some of the best strategies for attaining Success, reflecting decades of experience gained by the author, providing a quick, authentic, working approach to attaining true success.
In a talk to this paper during a Bridal Exposition hosted by Waterford Banquet and India House Restaurant at Elmhurst, Vishwas Mahale, said, “I am very pleased to announce the launch of my Book, The Success. My aim is to make it available to the maximum number of people possible. I have noticed that the Internet is the best medium, allowing immediate access to people from all over the world.”
He further said, “The added advantage to me is the social cause attached with this launch-a portion of each sale will go for funding a facility in Shirdi, a burgeoning city near Nashik-Kopergaon, for unprivileged children which will provide them with food, clothes and education. I’m looking forward to it becoming a huge success.”
To view the Book version of “The Success,” log on to http://www.thesuccess.com, to see portions of the book and order a copy. Vishwas Mahale invites all to change their lives by following its principles.
“The Success” offers a powerful combination of ancient eastern wisdom and cutting edge western science, which yield dynamic results in tandem. The book offers glimpses of a wider spectrum of life where success is an achievable commodity, within the grasp of every human being.
Meanwhile, the Expo at Waterford was a partial success in as much as the number of vendors were much restricted this time compared to the one last year. Those catching the eyes were Shan Photography, Rami’s Floral decorations, Shutter Box for video shooting and photography and Maharaja Farms that books decorated horses for Indian weddings.
The less participation of vendors was more than offset by a large number of visitors who kept on streaming from 12 noon to 8 p.m. in the evening. And this was the upshot of Success.