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“GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” – SUHEL SETH

Posted on: November 4, 2011

Some books create a lot of excitement even before they reach the shelves of the book stores. “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is one such book. Ever since I read the excerpts of this book in an issue of OUTLOOK a few days back, I’ve been eagerly waiting for it. At last, I was able to lay my hands on “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” after an anxious wait of nearly two weeks. Needless to say, I finished reading this book in a single sitting. “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is so interesting and gripping that I don’t remember having yawned once even while reading. It is a sure page-turner. After reading this book, I don’t regret having waited for it so anxiously. It was indeed worth it.

Who doesn’t know Mr. Suhel Seth? Does he need any introduction? He is a well-known figure whom we watch on TV almost every night. We have also seen him in guest appearances in the latest Hindi films like ZNMD and Guzaarish. Those who follow him on Twitter will vouch for the fact that they cannot stop laughing after reading his perky tweets. He is a man who likes to wear multiple hats.  Therefore, “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” has to be a special book since the man of Mr. Suhel Seth’s stature has authored it. Sure enough “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” doesn’t disappoint at all.

The book is all about how to become popular, how to organise and throw parties, how to get new friends and retain them, how to behave while attending high-profile parties and more importantly how to present yourself with successful and important people. In a nut-shell, “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” can be categorised as a how-to manual for successful social networking. In this book, Mr. Seth has shared many trade secrets of how he has reached where he is today. This book gives a real insight into what big people are like and how to behave with them if one wants to have long-term relations with them.

What makes “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is readable is author’s style. While reading the book, the reader can feel the author’s voice directly talking to him. There is nobody else in the room and the author is sharing all these tips with the reader alone. What makes the book unputdownable is lots of anecdotes about the rich and famous. We know Rajdeep Sardesai, Arun Jaitley,  the Bachchans and the Ambanis. They are in the news all the time. Now it doesn’t reveal much about their private personalities. But thanks to Mr. Suhel Seth we can guess a bit about their private personalities too. They too are human beings like us who love to be respected and treated with warmth.

Many readers may feel “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is for those who rub shoulders with the who’s who of the country. But it’s not true. The author has given their examples because their names are familiar and relating to these examples may be easier. In fact, “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is for every young executive or entrepreneur who wants to leave a lasting impression upon the people he/she is likely to come in contact with. If you have any doubts, check this quote out from the book.  “Be interested in people, not because of how wealthy or intelligent they are or how old, but because of what they are like.”

“GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” is both informative and entertaining. It gives readers first-hand knowledge of what goes on in the elite circles. Go for it. Mr. Suhel Seth has packed the pearls of wisdom in 196 pages of his book without holding anything back and with utmost sincerity.

 “GET to the TOP: The ten rules for social success” – SUHEL SETH.

Publisher:- Random House India.

 

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