Item Code: IDF787
Rupa & Co.
Size: 7.6" X 5.1"
Weight of the Book: 160 gms
We seem to notice only two types of successes. Those achieved by people who have attained demi-God Status and others from the West. Whom we blindly try to emulate. How many times do we look at people, closer home, who are much like the ones we have facing challenges like the ones we do?
These people no different from us are yet far ahead of us they have lived a life, which although very similar is quite different from ours.
this book is a collection of real life stories of some extraordinary achievers. They come from all walks of life, from every corner of India, cutting across all age groups. They dared to defy the trend and refused to join the rat race. They have moved away and walked ahead. They have been the path-breakers.
their life and work should serve as an assurance and source of motivation to those who desire to follow their instinct and take the road less traveled.
About the Author:
He holds a Master degree in the Management. He is the author of Accidental entrepreneur-towards self-employment besides six books- Managing concentrations, Managing Communication, Managing motivation, Managing time, Managing Confidence and Managing Creativity in the Open Management Series.
|What if it doesn't work||1|
|The mango college||9|
|If I touch seventy-five||59|
|Catching 10:15 local||75|
|Winning the unwinnable||103|
|A hospital that fell sick||111|
|The twelfth man||123|
|Putting it through||135|