My Books

The Superstar Syndrome: The making of a champion

Hidden in each of us is a superstar waiting to come to life. Often we struggle to find this, not because we lack talent, desire, or ability, but because we don’t know the right steps to take. Frequently, we surrender to a sea of negative emotions and self-doubts right at the very beginning, or give up after a few setbacks. Dr Myra S. White and Sanjay Jha provide a comprehensive nine-step roadmap to help you succeed in the workplace and other areas of your lives

‘A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable book which delves deep into the human psyche and the superstar resident within each one of us.’Naina Lal KidwalPresident, FICCI and Country Head India & Director Asia Pacific, HSBC

‘The Superstar Syndrome is not about how to become one. But to release your natural talent to exhibit your true stardom. This is because you are a natural superstar. Whose stardom is hidden. Here is a book that tells you how to take off the covering.’R. GopalakrishnanDirector, TATA Sons Limited

‘The Superstar Syndrome is a book filled with wisdom. Wit, and well known leadership superstars. Dr Myra White and Sanjay Jha have done a superb job.’Peter HandalChairman and CEO, Dale Carnegie and Associates

This is a must read for everyone who is looking for deeper insights and leadership.’H.N. ShrinnivasSenior Vice President-Human Resources, The Taj Group of Hotels

‘The Superstar Syndrome will help many of our young mentees and millions of other to look deep in to themselves and find the courage and commitment to excel.’Dr Ganesh NatarajanVice Chairman and CEO. Zensar Technologies

‘‘An insightful, inspiring guide to unleashing our potential. Practical and powerful, this book uniquely includes terrific examples from India that have relevance across cultures.’Rajeev GowdaProfessor, India Institute of Management Bangalore

‘Engrossing, intriguing, and highly recommended.’Dr Thomas G. GuthellProfessor of Psychiatry’ Harvard Medical School

‘The book is well-written and easy to read.’S.P. RajDistinguished Professor,Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, New York

‘This book gives hope-and concrete steps-that each one of us can use to create magic in our lives.’Rajeev DubeyPresident (Group HR, Corporate Services and After Market), Mahindra & Mahindra

Eleven: Triumphs, Trials and Turbulence

A billion heart-beats…
it best defines cricket in India.
Butter chicken is not the great Indian equalizer; a cover drive hit with kingly disdain from the magnificent willow of Sachin Tendulkar is. Our secular-credentials may come frequently under- microscopic scrutiny, but the ability of cricket to bring all Indians together-remains unparalleled. From the taxi-driver in Mumbai to Delhi’s jet-set farm-house owners, the fisher-men in Kumarakom’s backwaters to the CEO of a multinational software firm in Bengaluru, cricket binds them in an inextricable grip of togetherness.

This book traces the fast-paced epochal events in Indian cricket since 2003 ranging from the contentious years of Ganguly’s captaincy to the extraordinary rise oftan instinctive genius called Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Amazing wins, heart-breaking losses, new heroes, endless controversies, big-ticket cash, dark politics, a T20 World Cup win and IPL.