Press release – Twelve Qualities of Highly Successful People


05 February 2015 | Kochi

MOTERWRITER.COM reviews the latest hit book – Twelve Qualities of Highly Successful People

Author Sati Achath’s book is thought-provoking and tells you that change is possible and within you!

Sati Achath’s latest book ‘Twelve Qualities of Highly Successful People: And How YOU Can Develop These 12 Qualities’ is an inspiring account by a successful individual himself, highlighting the twelve qualities found in highly successful people. Sati has taken a group of 130 individuals from across the globe, from the past and the present, from the living and the dead and from the famous and the not so famous to illustrate his point. You not only get to read the success stories of these individuals and the qualities they shared but also the author’s personal insight into these qualities at the beginning and end of each chapter. This book will transform the way you approach life and will get you on the right path to greatness.

As the self explanatory title suggests, it lists twelve qualities that many successful people have religiously followed in their lives. A wonderful thing about the book is the concise manner in which the author has managed to present his ideas. Even though the subject matter could have sanctioned a detailed explanatory approach, the author has maintained brilliant brevity over his discourse and has brought forth an inspiring book. This book will help you tap into your inner potential and aid you in achieving your goals. The bullet points presented at the beginning and end of each chapter condense each of the qualities discussed and show how you can also achieve them. Reading this book will present you with ideas to turn your life around so that you too can be a success in this world.

“I have written it with a lot of passion and hope that the book finds people in the intention it was written in.” Sati told us when we interviewed him in connection with the book’s promotion. When we spoke with a few readers at a popular online book forum, they said the book had some great points and that the author had managed to get these across nicely. They further complimented the author on the excellent job of motivating them and for presenting it in a way that made it easy to apply to their lives as well. One of the readers John said “It’s obviously dedicated to hard working individuals, as a sort of reaffirmation that if you travel on this path like these 130 people have then you too will find success. I loved it and was moved by the personal examples and experiences of the many successful people.” Kevin Peter who reviewed the book for said that it was an inspiring read which will help readers find the drive needed to chase their dreams. He added that it will help in finding your own voice while also developing a definite purpose and building a positive mental attitude. “The best thing about this book is that it’s not a one-time read and you can come back to it many times over.”

About the author:

Sati Achath is a motivational speaker, author, cartoonist, caricaturist, hand shadow puppeteer, ventriloquist, and magician. He has been recognized by the U.S. Government as a ‘Person of Extraordinary Ability’. He holds four master’s degrees and speaks six languages. Sati was a quarter-finalist on NBC’s 2008 America’s Got Talent, and he has been featured on The Late Show with David Letterman, CNN, ABC, CBS, and many other television channels in the U.S. and abroad. Sati works as a Project Evaluation Specialist for the World Bank in Washington, D.C.  He is the author of four other books: 18 Simple Steps for Efficient Time Management, Hollywood Celebrities: Basic Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know, Fun with Hand Shadows, and a children’s book, Danny, Which Wheel Do You Like Best. Connect with him at –

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