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3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Don't Think of a Blue Ball is as light or as deep as you want it to be, depending on how Plugged In you are while reading it. It aims to give you all you need to truly live the life you want and be joyful as you pursue your dreams and desires. Plug In and do the effective, tried-and-tested, exercises derived from Malti Bhojwani's extensive study and hours of coaching her c...more
Paperback, 1st, 240 pages
Published June 29th 2012 by Om Books International
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Malti Bhojwani
Jun 23, 2014 Malti Bhojwani rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
First review by Mandovi Menon for The Times of India - GuyLife

Don't Think of a Blue Ball is not a book for the closed-minded. It's well in keeping with the changing times, the growing sense of spirituality that's shrouding the world today. It contemplates something that more and more people have been searching for in these trying times--a real sense of inner peace.

It's fickle in the best of ways; only to imply that this book has chameleon content and can as such be whatever you want it to be....more
What makes this book so effortlessly acceptable is that the author, Malti is having a simple, uncomplicated conversation with her reader through the book. Frequent “Think Pink” exercises lets you figure out and experience these simplified concepts first hand.
I enjoyed all the “Think Pink” exercises but my favorite exercise is the “Jigsaw Puzzle Visualization” exercise.
This book gives you the opportunity to take a look at yourself and with a structured, step by step, easy to apply method and wor...more
Readers Cosmos
Postives: The best practical guide to living your life the way you want.

Negatives: Like all self help books there were repetitions, however just at a few places. Also at some places there were too many examples, may be I am impatient so this is my view.

The Verdict: A must book to read and practice for life. 4.5 stars on 5
Jini Maxin

Seriously, I didn’t like ‘The Secret,’ as much as I liked this book. Though the premise is the same, “Law of Attraction,” the author ‘Malti Bojwani,’ has taken it a notch higher with loads of detailed researching and reading. Her pithy one-liners, anecdotes, quotes by accomplished authors leave you energized and inspired. Every page has some inspirational quote awaiting your attention. Am I going overboard? Nope. However, I’ll suggest you to read in phases instead of finishing it one shot. I did...more
By Malti Bhojwani. Grade B.

Life cannot be taught. Each one learns his own lessons the hard way but sometimes, a little help can go a long way.

As a life Coach she aims to serve, not to fix or to help. Malti Bhojwani is the founder of Multi Coaching International, a professional certified life Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF), NIP practitioner (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and an author. She coaches using her empathetic enquiry that leads her clients to personal empowerment, fu...more
Amrit Sinha
Life is a lesson that we all go through, and yet there are numerous occasions when we fail to understand the intricacies associated with it. We fail, and we get depressed. We blame poor fate and get absorbed in all the negativity that the dark energy has to offer. Some become too burdened with this weight that they forget the true essence of living.

Malti Bhojwani’s Don’t Think Of A Blue Ball addresses these very same issues. It is a self-help guide that flows lucidly with wise anecdotes and inte...more
Raka Majumdar
The book just does not train us to change our approach to our life but also explains just how things happen. Malti explains the five stages of grief, by understanding these things, we understand ourselves better and probably see our troubles more objectively. This book has been really helpful and I would recommend the book solely because it gives you a perspective to life.
Sep 10, 2013 Leo rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: 3-star, 2013

The book does not tell me how to live my life, rather it gives pointers, things I can do to make it better, go out of the negative phases that bring me down. It brings perspective. It will take time to sink in, and it is a book I would go back to for some pearls of wisdom. Simple language, simple thoughts. I liked the read.
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Malti is a Certified Professional Life Coach with the ICF (PCC) She is trained in Ontological Coaching and her clients include senior leaders from organizations like Microsoft, Ranbaxy,WIPRO, members of YPO and EO and many artists and entrepreneurs. She spent her childhood in Singapore where she grew up and went to school at St Hilda's, St Margeret's then St Andrew's. She was the president of the...more
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