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Why I Failed: Lessons from Leaders

Humans learn from mistakes, so failure is inevitable if you are on the track of progress. Nobody likes failing but it tends to happen a lot. Why I Failed: Lessons From Leaders is an account of the stories of failed attempts at success from individuals who have moved on to great achievements.

Why fail at all if you can learn from others? Why I Failed: Lessons From Leaders takes you into the lives of sixteen leaders in the modern world. You will read about the pressure faced by Abhinav Bindra and about how personalities and policy makers like Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Yashwant Sinha, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Pranab Mukherjee reached where they did in their lives.

The book shows you that accepting failure is the key to success. Once accepted, you should know the core reason for the failure. Some examples show you that people have to hit rock bottom, after which there is no way to go but upwards. Others show you that prioritizing is vital to achieving your goals. The book is a celebration of failure, but only if it is used as an exercise in learning to step into greater things. Why I Failed was published in 2013 and is available in paperback.

Key Features

  • The book gives you the detailed success stories of 16 prominent individuals of the 21st century.
  • The 200-page book is an excellent companion for ambitious people who want pointers on dealing with failure.

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