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September 26, 2020 Saturday 02:27:16 PM IST

Shift Left: Roshan Shetty's New Book to Deal with the Covid Crisis

Art & Literature

Roshan Shetty, a seasoned corporate professional has released a self-help book titled 'Shift Left' that offers steps to improve mental well being. The book has chapters on a wide spectrum of topics which shape current beliefs and habits of people that keep them away from real happiness. 
It has the potential to offer you pathbreaking solutions to manage the conundrum created by the current pandemic. Dr Ajay Sankhe, Director and Dr. Devendra Save, Physiatrist of Bhaktivedanta Hospital along with actor, director producer Avantika Khattri launched the book at Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Meera Road Mumbai. Krescendo Communications will manage the books communications and marketing portfolio in ASIA. 
Published by White Falcon, the title of the book has a narrative which entices readers to understand their thoughts and actions better with deep and scientific reasoning. 
Dr. Ajay Sankhe, Director, Bhaktivedanta Hospital on launching the book says, “Current pandemic is a classic case study in understanding the damaging human emotions and how we can cure them by building our emotional intelligence. Covid has made us pause for a moment and given us the space to relook at our choices. Why we must value those things which are extremely important to us and not follow societal diktats? It has helped us to understand the vital aspects of life through essential services that matter and the important relations with whom we have been locked inside our homes for months. Covid has fast tracked our lives into the robotic age where automation is poised to make people irrelevant and jobless. Time has come to  regulate these emotions and hope we work towards the mental wellbeing”. 
Shift Left addresses the fleeting emotions that are critical to our behaviour in times of adversity as we have seen during this pandemic. It directs us to use our emotional intelligence against the growing space of Artificially Intelligent systems and how we can co-exist with machines. It speaks of establishing a universal moral code and the legacy we should leave behind for our future which is beyond plain comfort and convenience. Comfort and convenience are not always the path to one's happiness.
The book is availabe at Amazon-https://www.amazon.in/dp/163640006X



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