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Arun Prabhu (Aradhya) is an engineer with post graduation in management and has a tremendous experience in IT industry. He started his career with an upcoming IT industry and soon started on his own. The next 15 years he saw lot of ups and downs in his career and these years gave him an insight of why even after good education people fail in their life. This motivated him to write his experiences in the form of book so that people can gain knowledge from his experiences. His first book “Count Your Chicken Before You Lay Them” has gained great acceptance and excellent reviews. He has also conducted guest lectures in colleges and is associated with Know Your True Self™ Research & Training Academy, a research, development & training entity in the field of Human Behavior, Energy Psychology, Leadership Development, Emotional Excellence, Youth Empowerment, Motivation & Life Management. The Academy is promoted by Mr. Mahesh Sharma who is a Behavioral Counselor, EFT Expert, NLP Practitioner, Corporate Trainer, Successful Entrepreneur, a sought after Motivational Speaker and a Researcher in the field of Energy Psychology & Emotional Intelligence.
His first book “Count Your Chicken Before You Lay Them” is about how to live life with respect to modern ecosystem where the principles are not sacrificed and at the same time a balanced fulfilling life i lived. it is written in a story format with a sweet love story to keep readers engaged along with the message.
His next book “Niharika.. I want to live again” is also a fiction based novel delving in matters relating to marriages. it is a story of a single mom and her daughter and her struggles. The author has tried to showcase the readers the mistakes we do as couples and how in simple ways the bond can be cultivated into an everlasting bond.
His ambition is to write more and more books on social issues and solutions for that. All his books are based on fiction and are in first person so that the readers can relate to it.
Eventually his ambition is to make movies out of his books so that the message can be spread far and wide.