Mangaluru, Sep 15,2016: "The Happy Street" (Penguin Books) by Mangalurean rooted Dr. Rekha Shetty, bestselling author and innovation guru, released her 11th book in Chennai recently. The book was released at the Madras Management Association, the Chief Guest was Dr. K Nirmala Prasad, Director of Caplin Point Laboratories Ltd and Member of Tamil Nadu State Council for Higher Education.
The book is about how each one of us has a chance to adopt a street and make it a happy street. The principles of building a happy community are woven around a simple love story of how Rohan, a conservative young man from Chennai, meets fiery Bengali girl, Ammu, and how they both work together to create a happy street.
Through a series of letters from Rags, a wise hi-tech coach, with a spiritual bent of mind points the way. Happy Street shows you how to create a community full of well-being and joy. The four pillars of the Happy Street are (1) Environmental Sustainability, (2) Cultural Vitality (3) Economic Development and (4)Good Governance. Use this book to create your own happy street! “A powerful guide to shared happiness, our most important life goal. Use this book to create your own happy street!" said Padma Bhushan, Dr. Mrityunjay Athreya.
Building A Happy Community Through Happy Streets ‘Happy Street’ explores a new economic paradigm, the economics of kindness and caring. It embraces in addition, social, environmental and governance quality. Sweeping changes are expected as the idea of a cleaner India has taken us by storm. Now what is needed is action, more action. This and other issues are handled in the Happy Street, just published by Penguin
The author : Dr Rekha Shetty, PhD, is a bestselling author of eleven books is the founder of the Mindspower brand (www.mindspower.com). She is the Managing Director of Farstar Distribution Network Ltd, a twenty-seven- year-old consulting company workingexclusively on innovation initiatives, happiness and work–life balance.
She consults for some of the region’s foremost blue-chip companies and is keenly involved in social action for clean water and population development issues. She is among the first women Rotary International governors in Asia and a recipient of Rotary’s ‘Service above .
Self’ award. This is her eleventh book.Her ideas are practiced in over thirty countries. You can get in touch with Dr Rekha Shetty at visit her blogs, http:// innovation90days.blogspot.com and http://thehappinessquotient123.blogspot.com, and join http://www.facebook.com/authorrekhashetty.