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Three S&R Consulting Shares Lessons from Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist

It is rare that we read a book to inspire us on a level that Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist has. It is one of those books that is timeless and ever since it was released numerous readers have fallen in love with the book’s life lessons for emotional and physical growth. Not only is this book evident and essential to read as a business owner and leader, but it is such a great book to great just to inspire yourself. At Three S&R Consulting, we love the fact that this book was clear to follow and had simple, but qualitative lessons on existence. You can literally pick out the lessons from this book and apply it to your own life and see how you will be impacted or realize something you didn’t before.

“The book is basically about a young Andalusian shepherd who dreams to go off to far places and search for a worldly treasure. Throughout that journey, he learns different things that help him find that the real treasure is self-confidence and self-assurance,” says Sonali Nandwani, managing director of Three S&R Consulting. As marketing and business individuals, we know that passion plays a huge role in helping us decide our field. In our fast-paced field, we find it essential that individuals really get a sense of who they are how to use their personality as an advantage. Just like the read The Alchemist, we also find that purpose is important in helping you discover your place in life professionally and personally.

One of the greatest lessons and top ones are Three S&R Consulting is that we all have a purpose in life. Every single person comes into this world, and it is not something that happens lightly. Every place, time and position as a place. The types of goals we set and the dreams we vision for ourselves, it all lines up and matters. “The world has a balance, and everyone is connected. When you realize that your goals matter, and align with the balance it will help you clearly think about it in that sense,” says Sonali Nandwani, managing director of Three S&R Consulting.