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Title The Power to Become: How I Changed my Own Destiny  
ISBN 9789814794459
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
Deepak Shrestha
Specifications 130mm x 198mm / 160pp / Paperback
Publication Date Mar-2018
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 18.68 BUY NOW
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About the Book

The story of Deepak Shrestha is an inspiring tale of personal transformation – how a poor village boy struggled against all odds to become a successful businessman and committed philanthropist.

The book provides an insider's view of life in the Everest region through Deepak's eyes as he makes his own extraordinary ascent to become the man he is today. It details Nepal as we've never seen before, beyond the looming majesty and romance of Mount Everest, into the heart of the resilient and resourceful people.

This is also a vivid and absorbing tale of how he transformed the lessons learned in the unforgiving mountains into a lasting and significant business that seeks to enrich the minds of the younger generation.

About the Author

Deepak was born in 1973 to a family of subsistence farmers and cattle herders in Nepal. At the age of 13, he moved to the capital, Kathmandu and was employed in a progression of wildly different professions that eventually lead him to the tourism
industry at the age of 15. He formed Divine International Explore & Treks in 2000, his own travel company that continues to be a leader in the Nepal Tourism industry. He later set up Divine Foundation in Nepal to promote educational and cultural links between the people of Nepal and Singapore, and to encourage support of local projects in Nepal. Deepak is still hugely involved in the rebuilding efforts of the 2015 Nepal earthquake. He currently resides in Singapore with his wife, Alice, and son Adam, running the Divine offices in both Singapore and Nepal.
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