by Sanjeev Aneja
“To be happy.” That is the answer most frequently given by people when they are asked their primary desire in life. Yet while many seek happiness, it frequently turns out to be elusive. Most of us are hard-pressed to define exactly what happiness is.
Not so Sanjeev Aneja, who has been asked many times in his life, “Why are you so satisfied and always positive?” and who now provides the answers in his appealing work, For It To Be, It’s Up To Me. This upbeat book offers not just one way to make happiness attainable, but 21 gems of sage advice for those of us seeking more satisfaction in life. These helpful words of wisdom are presented in the form of lessons covering a wide range of topics from attitude to gratitude and health to wealth, all of them carefully explored in a way that can make a profound and positive difference.
- As reviewed by Ellen Tanner Marsh, New York Times best selling author.
So simply written yet so powerful, true, and to the point. I have known Sanjeev for over 14 years and have seen him successfully follow what he preaches. This should be a must read in every school in the nation. If this were to become a HUMAN OPERATIONS MANUAL, my job would be in danger.
- Ronald J. Glassman, Ph.D., M.P.H., C.Ht., of Mountainside, NJ, is a Harvard-trained, Columbia-affiliated therapist specializing in mind/body/integrative techniques. Triple board-certified, Dr.Glassman is also an author with Random House.
One should not embark on a journey for self without this very valuable guidebook to help lead the way.
- Glenn C. Slavin, Esq….trial lawyer, life coach and father of two.
WOW, what a workbook. This should be a must read manual for everyone. Simple yet very important lessons, so well put in one place
- Dr. Satyapal Gandotra, MD, Diabetes Specialist, Krishna devotee
As a physician, I have always tried to heal the body and soul with God’s guidance. In this book, Sanjeev has outlined the pathway very succinctly. A real commendable job.
- Dr S. Prasad, MD, Chairman, Department of Medicine
The moment I read the first page of this thought provoking book, I started asking questions about my life. Within the next page, I knew he was speaking as much to me as well as all young people. But by the third page I forgot I was reading and felt more like I was in a great classroom of life learning lessons that I will ever cherish.
- Michael Onuoha (14 yr old)