2013-08-26 12:33:47 - ~Original. Practical. Valuable~
How A Good Person Can Really Win – A book by Pavan Choudary
~Original. Practical. Valuable~
August 26, 2013: In the world of power, there are broadly two kinds of people — one, the Immoral, for whom only ends matter, and two, the good people, for whom means are as important as the ends. The journey of a moral man towards success has always been hindered by the immoral tactics of the evil men. To help the good man win, we now have well known author Pavan Choudary’s latest master piece ‘How A Good Person Can Really Win’ which explains the games played by the immoral people and provide ways for the good person to cope with them without compromising his principles.
book opens with introduction of two kinds of people in the world of power – ‘Vile’, the cunning immoral person and ‘Naïve’, the moral man. Where Vile is the manipulative and bully person who has sedated his conscience to achieve his goals, Naïve is the virtuous believer in the power of good and the justice of providence. The book outlines the characteristics of people who resort to vile-like tactics giving an account of numerous strokes used by them to put down Naïve’s spirits and also details down various advices for the naïve with respect to specific situations. At the same time he doesn't forsake the 'vile' and holds out the promise of hope through pertinent advice at the end of each chapter. Divided into three parts, the book has an assemblage of thought provoking narratives and learnings with examples from Aristotle to Hillary Clinton, from Osho to Nikita Khruschev, all strung together brilliantly in different chapters.
According to The Tribune, “Pavan Choudary’s How A Good Person Can Really Win is like a well-researched argument that would take one on a voyage to success through the route of anecdotes, real-life examples and logical explanations.”
The Times of India dubs him as “Amongst the foremost thinkers of the country.”
The book that took Pavan ten years of intense research draws attention to the fact that in the real world the good person often loses to the immoral man because of three primary reasons. Firstly, he cannot comprehend how the immoral man thinks, works or makes his moves. Secondly, he lacks fighting skills and does not know how to brawl back. Lastly, he is often egoistic about his honesty and obsessed with his image, whereas the immoral man subjugates his ego to his greed, and teams up with others. This book pledges to prepare the moral man to comprehend evil moves, execute powerful antidotes, convert his virtues into competitive tools and build powerful collaborations with moral men and win decisively.
The relevance of How A Good Person Can Really Win extends to all walks of life. It challenges the Machiavellian belief that a good man hasn’t got a chance in the real world and elucidates how goodness coupled with creativity and wisdom can forge the path to an enduring victory.
The book is now available on stands and in all the leading book stores across India for Rs. 195.
About the Author
Pavan Choudary is the author of best selling motivational and inspirational books and ebooks like How a Good Person can Really Win, When You Are Sinking Become A Submarine, Machiavelli for Moral People, The Rx Factor and Broom & Groom (co-author Kiran Bedi). Pavan has also authored The Trilogy of Wisdom ─ A set of three books on Chanakya’s Political Wisdom, Confucius’ Social Wisdom and Kabir’s Spiritual Wisdom. He writes in the genres of Wisdom, Power, Leadership, Realpolitik, Management, Success, Social Reforms, Psychology, Moral Psychology and Professional Ethics & Morals and stands out for his original and practical ideas.
He is the Managing Director of Vygon, a leading French Multinational and sits on some of the most respected advisory boards of India. He is the Chairman of CII’s Medical Equipment Division and is a much sought after Management Expert & Motivational Speaker. A truly versatile personality, he also hosts the nation building TV show Hum Aisey Kyun Hain on Doordarshan and has written columns for The Times of India (Gurgaon) and Financial Chronicle.
To know more about the book and the author, please visit www.pavanchoudary.in
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