If you are a person of Indian origin who works in business, this book may have greater value for you than for anybody else, which is why I want you to have a free chapter and at least get a taste of what’s inside. (I would love to give the entire book away for free, but sadly the publisher won’t allow it.)

Interwoven with cutting-edge sustainable business insights, personal anecdotes of success and failure, and case studies of highly-influential modern CEOs are 10 beloved stories from the Upanishads, including…

  • Nachiketas and Yama, the God of Death
  • The sage Yajnavalkya and King Janaka
  • Janasruti and Raikva the Gatherer of Merit
  • Bhrigu and his father, the sage Varuna

                          and more.

In addition, Two Birds in a Tree might be the first book ever to apply the teachings of the Upanishads to modern business. (At least in the U.S. — If you don’t believe me, google it.)

I didn’t know this when I wrote it. I just wanted to combine two of my lifelong passions into a message that was valuable to others, and luckily, it seems to be — N.R. Narayana Murthy, the Executive Chairman of Infosys, calls its message “fundamental to businesses and individuals alike.”

 Two Birds in a Tree will enable you to…

  • Find a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment in your work and draw on the wisdom of your heritage
  • Show your children or other young Indians how their ancient wisdom relates to success in the modern world
  • Inspire your colleagues, employees, or even your boss to get excited about ancient Indian wisdom and its relevance to work and life

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