Gp Capt Y Srinivas Talks About His Book “Be Thirty at Sixty”

Gp Capt Y Srinivas Talks About His Book “Be Thirty at Sixty”

In this book, Srinivas explains and shares his secrets of looking and feeling young with the intent to help people in their 30 and 40s to feel young through his own life journey in his 30 and 40s. He shares the secrets of leading a happy and healthy life.

After compiling the extensive research, past and ongoing insights, studying lives of people, this book took almost 1 year to finish. Author “Gp Capt Y Srinivas (Retd)” has integrated and narrated his personal experiences, his life style and his own life journey to drive home the secrets of his personality today @58.

So this book is not at all a theoretical book, but also includes a lot of practical knowledge and covers various topics in a chronological order which when followed by anybody can easily achieve the results he achieved. Besides this book can prove to be handy who aspires to look and feel 30 years younger to his age. 

Gp Capt Y Srinivas Talks About His Book “Be Thirty at Sixty”

Akhila Saroha: I would like to begin by congratulating you on the publication of “Be Thirty at Sixty.” How has the response to the book been so far?

Y Srinivas: Response is good. The comments I got were “ The title is very catchy”, “it’s very interesting”, and many inquisitive questions by the crowd. People even took the pic of my title. Overall a great feeling of satisaction

Akhila Saroha: What led to the idea of writing “Be Thirty at Sixty”? Were there any events that inspired the work?

Y Srinivas: My own life has inspired me to write this book. I actually wanted to share my life story with people. When I competed the book and we friends were having a discussion and then I asked, what should be the title of my book? Any suggestions? One of the my Friends said “Be Thirty at Sixty”. It just stuck me and that’s how the title was born.

Akhila Saroha: How easy or difficult was it for you to write on a subject that held relevance for all and remain objective about them in “Be Thirty at Sixty”?

Y Srinivas: It was not at all difficult as I was sharing my experience which was real and on the other hand, I was trying to make that relevant to each of the reader reading it because, this is a problem with 90% of the people in our society across all ages, they age much earlier than they naturally should.

Akhila Saroha: What are your views about present-day writing? Do you think it does complete justice in depicting human nature in the light of “Be Thirty at Sixty”?

Y Srinivas: Can’t really generalize this statement. Yes! People in general are becoming health conscious but only at physical level. A lot needs to be done to make the audience realise the importance of mental or emotional health.

Akhila Saroha: “Be Thirty at Sixty” shows the uniqueness of your style of writing. Are there any authors that you enjoy reading or any books which are your favorites?

Y Srinivas: I was not a reader till few years back though my children and wife are great readers. I pickup and self help book and enjoy it. I read all books of APJ Abdul Kalam, Robin Sharma, Tony Robbins etc.

Akhila Saroha: How would you categorize “Be Thirty at Sixty” as its appeal seems to be to a broad audience?

Y Srinivas: “Be Thirty at Sixty” is a book which holds good for all ages but specifically for working professionals who are in the age bracket of 35 to 45 years who really want to look 30 even when they are in their 60s. I mean they should maintain a healthy lifestyle right fromthis age 

Akhila Saroha: “Be Thirty at Sixty” has given a powerful introduction to your potential as a writer. Can the readers expect more from you in the future? Would you please share about your future projects?

Y Srinivas: My next book is also getting ready, Marathon: The Cucial Final Lap. This book is all about leading a healthy, happy and a dream life during the last leg of our life

Akhila Saroha: What is the story behind the title of your work, “Be Thirty at Sixty”?

Y Srinivas: It’s my own story, so very authentic. I am 58 now but my looks and energy levels are that of 30. I shared my own life story right from childhood by making it more interesting. 

Akhila Saroha: How easy or difficult was it for you to write of others’ experiences which you only heard of without hampering the readers’ perception in “Be Thirty at Sixty”?

Y Srinivas: It was difficult initially and use to think, how can I experience  others feelings but as I went through in my journey, I felt it is very easy. Just looking at the body language, the words they use and interacting with them for 10 mins, I can understand their internal feelings to a large extent.

Akhila Saroha: In the present time, situations in “Be Thirty at Sixty” do not find much mention. What, according to you, could be the possible reason for that?

Y Srinivas: Looks and your personality is what you have inside you. If you are sick, fighting with BP, Sugar, diabetes etc, can you give that smile and have that energy? No Right!

People doesn’t think about the furture

Akhila Saroha: If you were to describe your book “Be Thirty at Sixty” in a few words without giving any spoilers, what would those words be?

Y Srinivas: Life is very simple, we make it complicated. Be aligned to nature and see the magic.

Akhila Saroha: “Be Thirty at Sixty” seems to be a work written after great research. Do you agree that the book will hold relevance to coming generations equally?

Y Srinivas: Absolutely! This book has been written keeping in view the coming generations only because of the lifestyle they are having today. 90% of the diseases are Psychosomatic.

Akhi!la Saroha: Thank you very much for sparing your time. I look forward to reading more books from you in the future. All the best.

Y Srinivas: Thank you!

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