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Book on analytical thinking ‘How to think like Sherlock Holmes?’ now available


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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle brought to life the character of Sherlock Holmes almost a century ago. Known as the ‘Great Detective’, his analytical thinking and deductive abilities are admired universally. ‘How to think like Sherlock Holmes?’ is a unique book on personality development which shows you six ways to inculcate the analytical thinking patterns of the great detective into your life. 

Kelum Weligama (www.kelumweligama.lk), the author of ‘Jeevithaya Wenas Karanna Katha’ 1, 2 and 3 (Stories that change your life), ‘Tharangaye Weeraya’ (Man of the Match), ‘Mahamolakaraya’ (Mastermind) and Persona, all bestsellers, is the author of ‘How to think like Sherlock Holmes?’

This can be considered the first Sinhala language personality development, inspirational and motivational book written based on the character of Sherlock Holmes and will help anyone interested in analytical thinking to change their lives for the better. The book, written in simple language, takes case studies of famous persons and companies that use the analytical thinking patterns employed by Holmes to demonstrate how to use this system of thinking in our own lives.

The book is priced at Rs. 450 and is published by Vishishta Publishers. The book is available at leading book shops including; Sarasavi, MD Gunasena, Samudra, Sadeepa, Minsara, Vijitha Yapa, Godage, Rathna – Maradana, Surasa – Maradana, Sooriya Publishers, Vicks – Maradana, Expographic, Multi Book Shop – Kadawatha, Samanala Book Shop – Minuwangoda and Negombo, Pethum Book Shop – Matale, Shan Book Shop – Matale, Anura Book Shop – Mahiyanganaya, Ganga Book Shop – Nittambuwa and Warakapola, Samayawardane, Dayawansha Jayakody, Thusitha Book Shop – Ratmalana, Ranathisara Book Shop – Kuliyaitiya, Dawasa Book Shop – Gampola, Puwasi Book Shop – Polonnaruwa, Sri Lankan Book Shop – Kegalle, Gunasekara Book Shop – Anuradhapura, Luminex Book Shop, and Ran W Book Shop – Embiliitiya. You can also order the book online at www.grantha.lk, www.kbooks.com and www.reading.lk and get it delivered home. 

 


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