GANESHA: The Elephant that Taught Me How to Change
Self-Help / Life Ethics / Business / Novel
4 million copies sold! (series total)
"Lemme be my clearest. I see your future, and believe me, you're not gonna like it. Are you seriously gonna keep going on like that? I can help you change, but only if you're up for it."
People say ordinary is fine. And that it's important to embrace the small things in life.
But is that really what you want? Are you aiming for an "ordinary" life?
These are the questions to be answered by this "ordinary" man with an "ordinary" job living his "ordinary" life. When so-called Ganesha the elephant god appears one day, it takes some time for the man to realize that, though in baby steps, he is able to change.
This book humorously portrays Ganesha and his lessons in which there are specific actions to take, some easily done, others being a bit of a challenge. Though very skeptical at first the man gradually sees, and you will as well, that these lessons start influencing his perspective, his attitude, his emotions, and ultimately, his outcomes.
Quit sitting around and hoping for happiness.
Take Ganesha's lessons with you.
Seek a better version of yourself, and pursue the life you want!
Author: Keiya Mizuno
Published: New Edition July 2020 (Originally published 2007)
Length: 402 pages
Current Rank #1 in Principles and Ethics on Amazon Japan.
Sequels: GANESHA AND THE GOD OF POVERTY / GANESHA: Lessons of the Black Elephant / GANESHA AND THE GOD OF DEATH