Autobiography of an Immigrant

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By Mohan Ananda

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This is a memoir about a man who left the comforts of a modern home in faraway India and did what he had to do to make a living and succeed in a new land. 

This book reaches out to immigrants and those who wish to immigrate. It reminds them that the journey toward a new, unchartered territory may be difficult, but to the brave, resilient, and hardworking, the promise of a safe and thriving life is not far behind. 

The book is timely, as more and more younger generations march forward to immigration even in such difficult times. Some travel to Europe or other first-world countries in search of quality education, opportunities, or simply safer lives. Regardless of what has necessitated such a move, the new world offers enormous challenges. Challenges that this book will address one by one. 

In this book, you will learn how to: 

  • Take your great ideas and innovations to the other side of the world and watch them thrive
  • Exert more influence over your newfound friends by learning their culture and their way of living
  • See the big picture of why all of us, whether immigrants or not, are interconnected in this wide world
  • Earn and thrive with skill sets and ventures only immigrants dare to undergo
  • Walk away from a situation you feel uncomfortable with so you won't regret your decision later
  • This book should give you a place to start planning your immigration. Now it's time to ask those questions, and hopefully, you get the answers you deserve.

    Autobiography of an Immigrant