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Jayesh Mehta

Jayesh Mehta is marketing professional. He has either owned or worked as a consultant for four different successful ventures, which include DJ/Entertainment, Web Development and Promotions, Lawn Care Service, and Jewelry. His passion for writing started when he was thirteen. He had refused to print his materials until recently. He has written over 500 poems/songs, 1 play, 3 fiction stories, and with this book, 1 non-fiction book. His topics are varied, with differing styles.He cites his influences as Jose Luis Borges, Paul Auster, Philip K. Dick, Perry Farrell, and Robert Charles Wilson.For more information please visit

The Best 2 Books on Jayesh Mehta

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A Rogue's Guide to Acquisition: Principles from the Final Frontier

As mentioned on Bill Gates' website The Gates Notes (

In the universe of business, a lone voice pierces through the murkiness and tells it like it is. The Rogue’s Guide will explain business principles using examples and verbiage from various universes, to help the typical Earthling achieve success. This is not a book for the successful, but for the ones who want to become successful. These principles will guide the individual onto the path of success. Within this narrative, the authors will explain principles relating to selling, advertising, purchasing, ethics, trust, motivation, customer service, and more. These principles are presented in a brutally honest, entertaining, and sometimes controversial manner. The frelling business world will never be the same again!

This book is dedicated to Perry Farrell, who reawakened my passion for writing long ago.

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The Robot and Automation Almanac - 2018: The Futurist Institute

The Robot and Automation Almanac is a collection of essays from leading robot and automation experts, executives, and investors. Each of the essays focuses on the "one big thing" that each author sees in the year ahead: an opportunity, a risk, a challenge, investment themes, an overlooked trend, a perception shift, a step change, or a trend change. The robot and automation thought leaders that contributed to this book include Will Allen, Fred van Beuningen, Louis Borders, Jeff Burnstein, Jeremie Capron, Lorenzo Carver, Henrik Christensen, Steve Cousins, Craig Fuller, John Gibson, Rob Handfield, Holly McNamara, Jayesh Mehta, Laura McConney, Lou Micheletto, Stanislaw Radominski, David Schwebel, Daniel Stanton, Kaleb Steinhauer, Daniel Theobald, Michael Walton, and Bruce Welty. The editor, Jason Schenker, also contributed to the book.
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