From Ouch to Oops

Author : Ramgopal Vallath 1 Review(s)

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RamG Vallath has everything going for him. He has studied at IIT, seen a 200 per cent jump in his salary and become one of the youngest circle heads in Indias telecom sector. When he steps into the role of a director at a major multinational computer hardware firm, he thinks he has it made.

But life is soon about to come crashing down on him. He is diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder that weakens his muscles. Mundane tasks like buttoning up his shirt, climbing down steps and typing on a keyboard become extremely difficult. To make things worse, he loses his job at a time when his annual hospitalization bill has gone up to Rs 20 lakh.

But even as the chips are down and hope starts to fade, RamG decides not to give up. He becomes the cheerleader at home and outside, spreading positivity wherever he goes and choosing to tackle his challenges head-on with a hearty yoohoo.

RamG had bloated up to 94 kg when he was on a daily dosage of 80 mg of a steroid called prednisone at the time of his treatment. But he stuck to a strict regimen of exercise and workouts and managed to reduce 12 kg.

From Ouch to Oops is the inspirational true story of RamGs life and holds lessons not just for people with disabilities but anyone with a mental demon. It will teach you grit and courage, make you laugh, coach you to own the corporate world and show how when the going gets tough, the tough get humorous.

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From Ouch to Oops

It's a wonderful book, I enjoyed reading it !

  Nov 27 , 2014

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