The book has been written with lots of anecdotes to illustrate failure and coping with failure from scriptures and mythology.The book has real-life examples from experiences of business leaders, sportspersons, politicians and companies.Comprises first-hand responses from the author's videocast series 'The Brand Called You', where his guests were asked the question-'Tell me your biggest learnings from your failures'.Ashutosh Garg has worked in the corporate sector for 25 years. He worked for ITC Limited and led aerospace companies in Asia. He became an entrepreneur and founded Guardian Pharmacy in India. He is a certified Business and Executive Coach and coaches/mentors several CEOs. Ashutosh has served as a director of the GAVI Vaccine Alliance (www.gavi.org), headquartered in Geneva, for eight years. In January 1995, he was recognised as a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum, Switzerland. He is an active member of YPO and has served as the Chairman for YPO Gold, South Asia. He is also a Charter Member of TiE. He has written six highly acclaimed bestsellers and hosts a very successful video and podcast titled, 'The Brand Called You' (www.tbcy.in), bringing the stories of successful entrepreneurs, professionals and senior corporate leaders to thousands of listeners. A keen golfer, he plays the Indian flute and enjoys reading and listening to Indian classical and vocal music.No parent tells their child that it is okay to fail. We love success! Nobody wishes to fail. Yet, failure and success are two sides of the same coin. Failure is painful, and it causes emotional turmoil, inflicting agonising pangs of guilt, regret and remorse. But those who have experienced true failure and have bounced back from it understand that failure is necessary for success. Yes, of course, failing hurts. In fact, it cuts deep like a razor, slicing its way to our inner core. Yet, it is necessary. Everyone is quick to pass judgement on failure and the person who has failed. Everyone has a reason, their own interpretation, of why the failure has happened. No one thinks of the impact on the person who has failed. But then we must also remember that repeated failure cannot be the way. To err is human, but if the eraser wears out before the pencil, you are overdoing it. How to Survive Failure and Come out Stronger covers both the practical and psychological aspects of failure and helps us understand it. It addresses various topics like why we fail, why businesses fail, why we enjoy seeing others fail, superstitions and failure, overcoming failure and how we can cope with the fear of failure. In a world that only values success, here's a must-read that tells you it's okay to fail and how to turn the worst of time to your advantage.How to Survive Failure and Come out Stronger covers various aspects of failure, helps us understand it and offers practical advice and solutions to overcome obstacles.
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