Ctrl + Alt + Del
Jahnavi Chintakunta

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Synopsis

Are you going through a tough phase of life? Are you stressed out? Are you worried?

Yes…One year back, I was also like you, exhausted with the challenges that life was throwing at me. Everything in my life was out of control. But I was determined to find a way where I could divert all my negative thoughts into something productive. As I started facing my life with courage and confidence, I discovered a simple approach to life which brought me happiness and success despite my problems. The path breaking thought process which helped me is 'Ctrl+Alt+Del'.

When a computer is not responding, what do we do? We press Ctrl+Alt+Del. Similarly when your life is going nowhere, then do a Ctrl+Alt+Del. It is a 3 step process where you move from Controlling your emotions to Altering your perception to Deleting the problem.

This book contains the details of the Ctrl+Alt+Del process with simple practical tips to deal with any tough situation in life. It alters your perception of life and motivates you to get the best out of your life. You can thrive in your life irrespective of your current situation. However tough your situations may be, as you begin looking at the positive aspects of your life, you will not only begin to appreciate your life, but you will also find a way to emerge as a winner.

I have transformed my problems into accomplishments using Ctrl+Alt+Del. I hope you too will.

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Oct 02 '14
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Kithaab Sris

Kudos to you, Jahnavi, for turning your life around. Basing the suggestions on your experiences has made them relatable. I'd love to read more.

Aug 14 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot for your compliments.

Aug 25 '14
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Vishal Rajput

It is different and I really liked your work. The preface tells you have got a great courage in you.

Aug 02 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Vishal

Aug 05 '14
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Karthik Krishna

Easy to read self help book. Well done.

Jul 26 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Karthik Krishna.

Jul 27 '14
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Damini Majumdar

I'm not much of a non-fiction reader, let alone self-help books. I picked up this one as the author approached me to read the manuscript and it turned out to be pleasant.

The title is interesting and the content of the book is sorted accordingly. The narration is nice and easy to understand. I believe it will be able to help the people in distress. Good work!

Jul 26 '14
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Damini Majumdar

You are welcome, Jahnavi. :) Wish you good luck for publication of the book. :)

Jul 29 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Vinny for going out of your way and reading the book. Your feedback is very encouraging. Thanks a lot.

Jul 27 '14
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Natasha

Loved the writing style.
Very insightful and after reading puts the reader into a chain of thoughts.
Touches the right chord, small elements which happen but is rarely thought about.
Kudos on your first book and hope to see many more.

Jul 22 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thank You Natasha

Jul 23 '14
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Neelima R

Author's insight into life is remarkable. Would like to read the entire book.

Jul 21 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thank you Neelima for your encouraging feedback

Jul 21 '14
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Ridhvig

To begin off, few first time writers pen their thoughts on self help. Brave stand. Kudos for that.
The positives of the book being, its simple in fact, very simple. It could be comfortable to read and grasp for a person in his/her teens or for whom who haven't tasted the essence of self-help book. For people who have some idea on the same, this wouldn't be of much help. The real time examples quoted with the command could have been written with an introspective style as it is one of the most important tools in self improvement. May be the following chapters, throws light on that. ( i expect it to be so). Finally, a good effort for illustrating examples especially the "Alt" part.
Best wishes!

Jul 20 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks Ridhvig

Jul 21 '14
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Samiksha Gupta

An interesting scientific insight on psychology.. Quite innovative and quite witty as well.. Enjoyed reading it! Good job done!

Jul 19 '14
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Samiksha Gupta

:-)

Jul 20 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Samiksha .

Jul 20 '14
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Praveen K

Good Job.Keep inspiring.

Jul 19 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks Praveen

Jul 21 '14
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Uday Satpathy

The last time I read a self-help book was a decade back. Reading this book refreshed those memories. One always comes out feeling better and more confident after reading such books and this one is no exception. Thought provoking words from Jahnavi -- a must for people trying to unravel the complexities of life.

Jul 16 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Uday for such encouraging words.

Jul 16 '14
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Mahrukh Chikliwala

The effort in compiling the book is heartfelt since it emerges from the problems Jahnavi confronted and took them on head-on instead of lapsing into self-pity and depression. i like the tittle of the book- creative and unusual.

Jul 13 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Mahrukh. Your feedback is very encouraging.

Jul 14 '14
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Gayathri Kannan

Amazing . Looking forward to read the entire book.

Jul 11 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Gayathri

Jul 11 '14
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Kishore Kumar

Jahnavi, Your book is awesome. I loved the concept of Ctrl Alt Del. Hope the book gets published

Jul 10 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Kishore

Jul 11 '14
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Sapna Bhattacharya

The inside is as amazing as the cover. I am surprised that not many people have read this manuscript! It will make out to be a great self-help book. Loved the way the writer has related the problems to the examples. Sincerely wish you get published Jahnavi

Jul 09 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Sapna. Your feedback is very encouraging. All the best for your book too.

Jul 09 '14
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Ravi Chintakunta

The book is awesome. I felt quite inspired. It deserves to be published

Jul 07 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Ravi

Jul 08 '14
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Radhika Sangam

Really good, puts life into perspective. A must-read!

Jul 06 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot for your review, Radhika. It is very encouraging

Jul 07 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

When you have a problem you discuss it with your friends and they give u solutions to deal with it...This book is like that..simple language..easy to understand...easy to relate to examples..definitely makes you want to try out the solutions enlisted atleast once...one more mention-fantastic cover page!!!

Jul 04 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

Thank you so much!!!

Aug 05 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Hetika. Your review is very encouraging. Congratulations on being the top#2 reviewer .

Jul 07 '14
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Rajesh Shankaran

Superbly written with thoughts and feelings that resonate my own deepest insecurities and frustrations. A few additional examples may help illustrate these points better. The language flows smoothly and is the pages pass by quickly. Very well done.

Jul 04 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Rajesh for the encouraging review

Jul 07 '14
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Jatin Chopra

Really liked the book..It's inspiring..

Jul 03 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Jatin Chopra

Jul 03 '14
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Jul 03 '14
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Qais Palekar

Awesome book. after reading this book, my perspective towards the world changed. especially the page no 22. that was the the best part. i thought that so many times. i liked reading it. If you are depressed due to some failure in your life after readin this book u will surely feel better and get the a an energy to overcome ur failure and start a new chapter in your life.

Jun 15 '14
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Qais Palekar

i should thank you for writing such an encouraging book. It really helped me.

Jun 17 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Qais. I'm very happy to know that the book helped you .

Jun 17 '14
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muks

Written in simple, no non-sense style, this book seems like a conversation with ourselves. Especially relevant in today's context. I look forward to the book.

Jun 08 '14
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Hymavathi Vennapusa

Its very inspirational. ..Definitely motivates every individual who is going through a tough phase in his/ her life to never lose hope and continue to work towards their goals. Love to see more books from you....

Jun 06 '14
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Jahnavi Chintakunta

Thanks a lot Hyma

Jul 03 '14
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Kiran Challa

Unique perspective about life.

Jun 06 '14
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Ratna Vennapusa

Interesting concept. Waiting eagerly to read the whole book

Jun 03 '14
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About the author

Jahnavi Chintakunta Follow

Electrical Engineer turned Software Professional turned Author, I believe there is a solution to any problem in life. To know what the simple solutions are, read my book Ctrl+Alt+Del and check www.rechargeyourday.com