New Book Release: The Diary of a Snake Charmer

New York, May 28, 2016 – If you have wanted to explore the road less traveled, and learn from the amazing experiences of others, then here’s a new book that is sure to leave a lasting impact on you.

“The Diary of a Snake Charmer” is written by Sandeep Saxena, who is a Chemical Engineer, MBA, Entrepreneur and Farmer. The book is published by Notion Press and is now available to readers worldiwde through Amazon. You can also preview the first 4 chapters. Please see the links given below.

“It took me seven years to become a snake charmer. I went from one place to another- sometimes running from dangers, sometimes from myself, sometimes from the world. The world changed a lot in these seven years, but what I have learned is timeless – that snake charmers are not born, they are made.”

diary-of-snake-charmer-sandeep-saxenaThus starts a powerful and poignant story around the life of Bharat, an entrepreneur who starts a development project in rural India. His commencement of the project irritates the political mafia and a bunch of hired assassins are on the lookout for Bharat. Chased by the assassins, Bharat runs for his life and in the course of fleeing arrives at the forest hut of an old snake charmer. As fate had it, their union was on the cards. He takes refuge in the snake charmer’s hut and learns about things that will change his life forever.

Nagbaba, the snake charmer, teaches him age-old wisdom and kindles Bharat’s inner strength. He inculcates in him the power to fight back. The place of the snake charmer becomes the center of renaissance for Bharat and together they exchange their perspectives of the world, overcome their fears, and chart a future. But one crucial choice by the snake charmer leaves Bharat in a dilemma. Read more

Market News – 13Oct2015

  • Goldman Sachs will tweet and post earnings news itself, bypassing business wire services
  • London Stock Exchange to sell Russell Investments to TA Associates for US $1.15 bn
  • Visa to launch threat intelligence portal in partnership with FireEye
  • Saxo Payments looks to serve ecommerce growth with global payments infrastructure
  • A Symphony partner aims to enhance workflow with personalized, relevant data

Regarding Goldman Sachs news, the switch to direct news release will give Goldman Sachs more control over dissemination of its data. The firm had reportedly considered making this type of change for a while, and the increasing use of Twitter for data dissemination helped speed the decision, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) started allowing companies to use social media to disclose material corporate information 2 years ago in 2013 and a growing number of other firms have followed suit, including Twitter itself.

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