Hello Everyone! I came across a cute loving old couple recently. I was stunned at the understanding they had. I envy them. I doubt whether my husband and I will pass on for a couple like that. See we are just in twenties. So, there is a good chance that when we get older we will be like them too, won’t we? But brain picked up on this subject pretty seriously and started doing its own analysis on how they had a successful marriage. Probably they would have done everything to each other’s likes. Now this is tricky. How can I do everything my husband likes? I can’t watch the stupid football match just to make our marriage successful. I got into a debate whether to do things to his likes or not. To divert me from all this havoc thoughts, I immersed myself into a book, which I borrowed from one of my colleagues last week. I am glad that I did. It was a very good read and also offered a solution to my so called problem. Oh yeah! I missed to tell the book title. “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” by Marshal Goldsmith. I can’t hold myself back without posting the book review. Before telling how it solved my personal problem, let me talk about a very effective professional advice offered by this book. We would have come across so many successful people at our workplace. Whenever I come across one, I make a mental note of what would have actually brought them success. I always thought if I analyze this way, I can frame my to-do list to become as successful as them. After reading this book, I understood that I should be taking note of not to do list rather than to-do list. Let’s take a break for a minute. Is there anything you don’t like in your supervisor? It might be any annoying habit. You don’t want to do the same thing in future, do you? He has become your supervisor for various other qualities he possesses. In other words, he has reached there in spite of his bad qualities. But it doesn’t mean he will have to keep doing his bad habits. People tend to do things without knowing that’s actually affecting their growth. This book clearly outlines the common bad habits which might put a full stop to our career. So, finally I am relieved. To have a happy married life, we need not do things as per each other’s likes. Instead, we should just stop doing that annoying habit other’s hates. It looks simpler, isn’t it? I would recommend every one of you to read this book. Who knows? You will find a solution for the personal problem as well. It’s just an introduction about this book. I will come up with the reviews of the next chapter soon. Until then, Bye!