Finding Your G Spot in Life by Geetika Saigal: Book Review

Title: Finding Your G Spot in Life

Author: Geetika Saigal

Publisher: Invincible Publishers

Publication Date: 1st June 2018

My Rating: 4 stars

Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter

 

“When you give your ‘time’ a ‘purpose’… You’re giving your life ‘meaning’.”

Cutting the crap, I would directly affirm that this book is a compelling self-help book that I would definitely recommend.

Of all the voluminous self-help books out there, this one is only around two hundred pages which is really a quick read. Divided into four parts with twenty chapters, it’s an impressive and an easy breezy read.

Starting off with the self-interrogation ‘Who Am I?’ and ending up with being CEO of our own life. The book gives a great ride to acknowledge our own beliefs and truths which are restricting us in finding our g spot.

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With conversational writing style, the author has been interactive throughout the book which was very well engaging. It was so effortless to connect with all the chapters.

The book includes sixteen “Do-It-for-Yourself’ to evaluate our life’s decisions and understanding of it. And on these, you would surely enjoy putting your hands on.

It’s a compelling read.

“Live a ‘What Next?’ Not a ‘What If?’ kinda life.”

 

Why to read this book

If you’re tired of reading lots of self-help books with no real interest, try out this one because it will not disappoint you. Besides, it will keep you hooked.

Well, you should read this book if you’re in look out to find your G spot.  And what is this term G Spot? Read and Know Yourself!

 

Have you happened to read this book? or thinking of it lately?

Do share your thoughts in the comments below.

 

-Harshita

 

 

 

 

10 thoughts on “Finding Your G Spot in Life by Geetika Saigal: Book Review

  1. I have no qualms in accepting that I have been suffering from dysphoria for a long time but, at the same time, I have no regret either. Given the inspirational content of the book, this could be the godsend for me, and the 374th member of my Amazon cart. But I am loath to read such books because I strongly hold that a book of mere 200 pages cannot change one’s life, although it could have a profound impression on one for a while. There is no doubt that these sorts of books are ingeniously crafted but I still consider them as an Apocrypha. Would you still recommend this book for a heretic like me?

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    1. Well, I believe that there is no book powerful enough to change one’s life whether it’s of only 200 pages or big book of more than 500 pages! Every such book lasts impression on our minds and lets us questioning our way of looking at things and more particularly life!
      They just inspire us and guide to what needs to be done! But do we really follow?
      Reading such books keeps our mind observant and inspired!
      Considering them as Apocrypha is purely one’s choice as such books involves experiences of particular author and what was fitting in his or her life and thus they share how life should be treated in such situations.
      It could never be real for every reader out there.
      Reading such books let us know many positive ways of looking at life, it is on us, which one we wanna follow.
      Well, The book is still recommended unless you got my point.! 🙂

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      1. I got it. After all, although I don’t second that, it is said that life is what we make it. Though I already have books on inspiration about life in my cart, I am ambivalent about transferring them to my book shelves. May be a good offer-deal will do the trick one day. Let’s see.. 379 and counting..

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