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Pavan Choudary
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Book Description

1 January 2013

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.

Key Features:

  • Easy and engaging read, the book is suitable for all age groups.
  • Contains real life examples and detailed descriptions of situations

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"This book is for real people in the real world with insights, practical wisdom and a fresh perspective for everyone...the alternative of course, is to read up hundreds of books over tens of years! -Carolyn Marcille (Barnes & Noble, NewYork, USA) Pavan Choudary's passion for dwelling deep into the questions one feels remain unanswered, has ensured him a place amongst the foremost thinkers of the world. -The Times of India" --The Times of India"

About the Author

Pavan Choudary is the man behind revolutionary books like Broom & Groom, A Trilogy Of Wisdom, and The Rx Factor. The author also works as the Managing Director for Vygon, which is one of the leading multinational companies in France. He hosts TV shows and writes columns for leading newspapers.

Product details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Wisdom Village Publications Division (1 January 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9380710453
  • ISBN-13: 978-9380710457
  • Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,566 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Nimmy
I enjoy reading genuine self-help books that combine inspiring thoughts with compelling and actionable approaches, ideas and tips. A visit to a well-stocked book shop will prove to you that there is no dearth of books in the self-help section. But as a devoted pursuer of books, I think there are a few things to be wary of.

Depending on the phase of life you are in, your view of life in general and preferred approaches to dealing with its challenges, some books stimulate your thoughts and coax you into taking positive action while some other books are, at best, boring or misleading. Before you impulsively purchase a book, you need to relax, sit down, flip through the book, connect with its theme, structure and ideas. You also need to check if the writing style of the author appeals to your subconscious before you pick it up and rely on it to change your life.

Well, for a change, I did not have to do any of this to read "How a Good Person Can Really Win" (HGPCRW). The book found me via my blog. To start with, I feel quite lucky about it.

HGPCRW is not a book that one reads, feels good about and forgets. Nor is it a book that gives you something on the lines of a DIY (do it yourself) kit that you build and reuse everywhere. I think it is a book that you need to keep on your table and refer to regularly. It has plenty of interesting and thought-provoking stories and snippets that one cannot read once and absorb forever. It is a 'situational' book; a book that will give you something to ponder over in many important situations that you may find yourself in.

The book is split into three parts and the author has done some excellent and appropriate anecdotal research for each of these sections.
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2.0 out of 5 stars One time book to read 30 June 2014
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This book is readable until the half of book completed. Afterwards, it becomes less interesting as it gives very less idea of implementing the thoughts.I would suggest for Think & Grow Riches by Napoleon Hill.That book is systematically written in bold topic wise chapters.
worth reading one time book.
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