In a world where achieving personal goals and moving ahead is becoming the norm, an individual who has actual good intentions to help people around him or her is looked upon with suspicion and disbelief. Pavan Choudary seeks to turn this concept on its head through his book, How A Good Person Can Really Win. The book is an earnest attempt to reveal how true goodness in a person can actually not just help you survive, but with the right combination of sharp wit and prudence, true goodness can actually propel you to achieving great things. The book illustrates this point through examples and real life situations.
How A Good Person Can Win is far more than just a book with a feel-good factor in it. It actually gives proof of how the concept of goodness can be developed into something that benefits you as well as everybody around you, and beyond that, like a chain reaction. Betrayal and self-centered behavior can certainly accelerate your growth, but there is a shelf life for any achievement that is based on such negative traits. This book gives a positive guideline on how to spread the goodness and grow. Published by Wisdom Village Publications Division in 2013, it is available in paperback.
- Easy and engaging read, the book is suitable for all age groups.
- Contains real life examples and detailed descriptions of situations