Sneha Sabu talks about her book

Author Sneha Sabu Interview

He is not found every day with a woman who leaves a mark not only in one country but in many other countries, who works hard for the betterment of society, who wants to inspire others to take on difficult but urgent issues and who wants to leave. A better world for future generations; all of which leaves a lasting impression through the writing.

Meet the author of Sneha Sabu, whose ambitious goals have a positive impact on the lives of children around the world. He is also the author of a children’s book Stay safe with Ruby and Rubenan illustrated book aimed at teaching children personal safety, ensuring interactive content and initiating conversations on the subject.

But Sneha’s personal and professional accomplishments don’t stop there. Born and raised in Kerala, he holds a Masters in Communication from the University of Madrid, an MBA in Essentials from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an Economics for Managers from Harvard Business School.

He has worked in many sectors including government, corporations and non-profits, and is currently working in the Australian government sector where he lives with his family.

After working to improve communities in 18 countries in the Asia Pacific region, she has received several awards, including Bharath Gaurav Puraskar, The Real Superwoman Award and the International Achievers ’Award. He has also joined the Marquis Who’s Who in the World and the Silicon Valley Times has ranked him among the Top 100 Changers.

When she’s not wearing a change cap, she enjoys reading and writing, and has written more than 25 children’s stories and the same number of poems. He also enjoys nature and enjoys frequenting his hiking trips. Her other hobbies are watching adventure sports and documentaries.

He has pledged to donate the proceeds of his latest book, Stay safe with Ruby and Ruben to non-profit organizations working to prevent sexual abuse of children.

At BookGeeks, we had the opportunity to have a tete-e-tete with Sneha Sabu, here’s what she has to say about her work, her passion for reading and writing, and her latest book.

Tell me something about yourself? Who is Sneha as a person? What are his likes and dislikes?
I believe I am a true masterpiece of myself. No one can fill the space and create a better version of myself. I like to travel and explore nature and places. I’m honest and I like to have fun and live life to the fullest. I am a lifelong learner and want to experiment and explore new things. I don’t like behaviors that discriminate against humans and give them abuse.
Tell us about your work in the professional field?
I am a strategist and prepare strategies for change in the communities we serve. In addition, I try to engage the community we serve and try to understand the issues that affect the community in order to prepare meaningful plans for the future.
How has your development work affected you as a person in 18 countries in the Asia Pacific region?
My work in 18 countries changed me as a person. It was based on basic realities. I learned about the rich cultural heritage of many countries and the struggles and challenges that people in different countries face, the time that helped me realize that I need to stand up for justice and help make changes in people’s lives.
Can you shed some light on the book Stay Safe with Ruby and Rueben? What is the book about and what can readers expect from it?
Millions of children are sexually abused by children every year. It is our collective responsibility to protect children from abuse. Stay Safe with Ruby and Reuben is an interactive child safety book about good and bad touches among kids, good and bad touches, safe rooms, how to be safe on the way to and from school and how to be safe and secure while returning from school safe. school. The book aims to raise awareness among children to protect them from situations that endanger their safety.
What were your first thoughts when the book won the International Impact Book Award and the BREW Reader’s Choice Award?
Tears of joy filled her eyes. I didn’t expect these recognitions. I am humbled.
So what’s next for a new writing project you’re working on?
I’m working on a collection of poems that I hope to release next year.
What do you think of a normal day? Take us with you on your schedule.
I wake up every day at 3:00 am or 4:00 am. I start the day with an immune drink and make the day easier by listening to spiritual music. After a quick shower and a break, I set off to catch a bus, then a train and a bus to get to work. The weekends are filled with a mechanical routine. On weekends I try to write, travel, explore places, watch movies, cook and incorporate everything under the sky.
Where do you see yourself five years from now?
I want to be a responsible ancestor who leaves a mark on future generations. It would take a lifetime to get there.
Something you can’t live with?
I love the food! Don’t think that I can go without food.
A few words from BookGeeks
Thank you for interviewing me, and for doing your best. I am excited to see an Indian blog site that reviews a large number of books every month.

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