No Limits: The Art and Science of High Performance Book Review
Tech entrepreneur Mukesh Bansal has been a lifelong student of human performance optimization. He has studied the science behind it. He worked closely with high performers across the business, sports, and entertainment. This helps to understand what it takes to transcend apparent limitations and achieve true potential.
Through his entrepreneurial experience and studying the field of health and fitness. Bansal came to understand the enormous power of plasticity: the ability of the human brain to rewire itself at will as we develop new skills. He also realized that high performers across domains rely on common tools. Thes tools were embraced by ancient wisdom and are validated by modern science. Knowing that high performance is not a matter of genetics or luck is highly empowering.
No Limits distills Bansal’s findings on talent, deliberate practice, mindset, habit, willpower, and learning. It is a guide to maximizing one’s potential with well-defined strategies. So, no matter what you do, you can be a superior version of yourself, performing at increasingly better levels, constantly reaching higher.
About the Author
Mukesh Bansal is a computer science engineer from IIT Kanpur and a technology entrepreneur. He founded India’s largest fashion retailer Myntra and headed the e-commerce division for Flipkart after a highly successful acquisition. Also, He is the co-founder of Cure Fit Healthcare Pvt Ltd. where he is involved in building a next-generation health platform. This makes holistic health easy and accessible for everyone. He has over twenty years of experience in multiple early-stage startups in the Silicon Valley (NexTag, eWanted, Centrata, newScale) where he held various senior management positions in Product Management and Marketing.
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