Surat, Gujarat [India] : Surti boy Shaurrya Singhvi’s first book, “Keep the Ball Rolling” is a must-read for those aspiring to be leaders. Inspired by the motivational stories he heard from his parents – both motivational speakers and leaders, the books that he read during the COVID-19 lockdown, Keep the Ball Rolling was launched on 29 December 2020. “When you live in a thought-provoking environment, there are many things to learn. That combined with the lockdown was a great opportunity for me to step up towards meeting my goals. The end result is this book,” says 11-year-old Shaurrya.
For Shaurrya, who already has a YouTube Channel, “Shaurrya Singhvi,” writing a book was simply the next step and one that he plans to revisit time and again.
Shaurrya is a student of Fountainhead School, Surat, and lives with his parents, CA Gaurav Singhvi and Dr. Nidhi Singhvi, and elder brother, Yash Singhvi. “I would like to thank my parents and my elder brother who supported me every step of the way and inspired me to follow my dreams. I have been lucky to have the blessings of my grandparents, Shri V. K. Singhvi, Shri Jatan Raj Bhandari, and Smt. Shanta Bhandari. My heartfelt gratitude to them. Even though my Dadi, Late Smt. Kusum Singhvi, is no longer with us, her blessings are always there with me,” says Shaurrya.
Keep the Ball Rolling is a book about how to be great leaders and the attributes that are needed for a leader to be successful. The book is unique and is a must-read for all those who aspire to be a leader. Even if you don’t plan on becoming one, the book gives you insights to be successful. Keep the Ball Rolling takes you into the world of leadership by weaving it with stories – some real and inspiring.
It was an absolute honour to have Dr. R Welukar sir, Vice Chancellor, Auro University as the esteemed Chief Guest along with esteemed Guests of Honour Dr. Rohit Singh, Dean Auro University and Dr. Kiran Pandya, Head of HRD Department, VNSGU for Shaurrya’s book launch ‘Keep the Ball Rolling’.
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