Its power lies in its accessibility; like many, Shetty started out as a regular kid who struggled to find purpose in life.
Two very different brothers follow two separate paths in life, but regardless of their physical distance and their life choices, remain bonded forever by politics, marriage, family, and cultural expectations while their homeland is in the throes of revolution during the 1960s.
In this book, Knight gives readers a compact guide to tackling that to-do list, rooting out procrastination, and carving out time for what’s really important to you, and other such useful advice for getting your ish together.
Clear produces stunningly simple ways to improve the daily routines in your life, by focusing on your habits. He discusses how to break bad habits, create good ones, all while staying true to the reality that nothing great is achieved in a single day or with a single act, but over time and with consistent effort.
It shows creative ways to display food and explains the use of lighting techniques, as well as post-processing, in an easy-to-read format.