The Founder for his efforts was given the Star Citizen Honor for 2013 by Justice Singh.
Both the books “Dissolve the Box” (2014) and “Next What’s In” (2011) has been recognized as bestsellers in various National and International lists.
Santosh was invited by TEDx (2013) to share the idea of Real freedom.
IIT Kanpur recognized the Dissolve the Box idea as a promising new discovery and innovation in 2012.
Santosh holds the copyrights and patents of the DTB idea and the DTB tools (2007).
DTB was a compulsory course with the PGDM and PGEXP batches at some of the IIMs since 2011.
Dissolve the Box promises to be a good read. I am sure it will be eff ective in carrying your message across the nation and wish you all the success.
It is a new approach to achieve the excellence in life.
Very important to free the world.
Sharma even makes thinking out of the box passé. He advocates dissolving all boxes, reclaiming and repositioning thought patterns, while tuning into the Universal law of Intelligence to achieve objectives.
Sharma exhorts the reader to leap beyond the truisms that shackle his creativity.
Don’t think outside the box, think as if there is no box
The book appears to have interesting views.
The topic and the preamble of the book is exciting.
A very interesting concept.
Very interesting! Much appreciated.
Thanks for introducing us to the unique concept of ‘dissolving the boxes’. The book offers simple yet effective framework for better living.
It’s about simple solutions for a better and vibrant life.
At a time when most of us would like to credit ourselves with out-of-the box thinking, author Santosh Sharma has come up with a startling view. According to Sharma, it is no longer enough to think out of the box. A time has come when the boxes need to be Dissolved.
Very relevant for leaders and managers.
Really interesting and practical.
I have really benefitted from it a lot.
It is indeed, a great movement as you have rightly termed. One really needs to introspect the negative elements, which at times hold us back from achieving a smooth thought process. The book gives us a good insight in attending these negative elements. I will certainly share this copy with my team, and treasure one in my personal library.
Sharma’s idea of ‘dissolving the boxes’ is unique and effective.
Simply thinking out of the box is not good enough. Sharma challenges stereotyped, clichéd ideas and introduces the concept of ‘dissolving the boxes.
We can only hope this module somewhat satisfies the never ending urge for explanation to solve our major issues.
Think Fresh without your boxes.
A real freedom!
The book seems to be quite enriching.