Pavan Choudary, author of many bestselling books, helps the readers to win in their real lives through his best selling classic – How a Good Person can Really Win (revised and updated version of best selling ‘When you are Sinking become a Submarine).
Real-world research shows that the “good person” (one for whom means are as important as the ends) often loses to the unprincipled man (for whom ends are all that matters). The three main reasons for this are:
- He cannot comprehend how the immoral man thinks, works or makes his moves
- He lacks battle skills and doesn’t know how to fight back
- He is often egoistic about his honesty, whereas the immoral man subjugates his ego to greed and teams up with others
This book prepares the good person towards:
- Comprehending evil moves
- Executing powerful antidotes
- Converting his virtues into competitive tools and building powerful collaborations with men like himself & win decisively
Free of platitudes and unproven recommendations, How a Good Person can Really Win is backed by extensive research, and can lead men to victory in the real world. It has relevance to all walks of life.
Recently the magazine Bureaucracy Today (July 16-31, 2014) has carried a review of How a Good Person can Really Win by Uday Sahay, a voluntarily retired Indian Police Service (IPS) officer:
“When I came across the book ‘How a Good Person can Really Win’, the title itself intrigued me enough to read it. Through this unique and original book Pavan Choudary gives a blue print for success to the good person (one for whom means are as important as the ends) despite the opposition from the unprincipled man for whom only ends matter. How a Good Person can Really Win takes one on a voyage of success through the route of anecdotes, real-life examples and logical explanations. The book is like a well-researched argument through which Choudary debunks the Machiavellian belief that a good man hasn’t got a chance in the real world’ very systematically.”
For more reviews and the content of the book, visit: www.pavanchoudary.in
ABOUT PAVAN CHOUDARY
Contribution to Public Life:
Pavan hosts the nation building TV program on social and civic reforms, Hum Aisey Kyun Hain on Doordarshan National and DD Bharti aired thrice daily (8AM, 4PM, 12 midnight), and writes a popular column Mera Gaon Mera Desh (at present in recess) for The Times of India on civic reform. Pavan has also done a column ‘Sacred Bull’ for the Financial Chronicle.
Pavan has spoken at the National Police Academy, Hyderabad, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM), other prestigious institutes and companies in India and abroad. He is a trustee on the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Memorial Trust and has designed innovative course content for MDPs and conducted the same, especially for top management at various fora.
Literary and Educational Contributions:
Pavan Choudary’s books include How a Good Person can Really Win (Earlier version- When you are Sinking become a Submarine), Machiavelli for Moral People, A Trilogy of Wisdom on Chanakya, Confucius and Kabir, The Rx Factor – which is a business classic. He has also co-authored two books with Kiran Bedi – Broom & Groom and Uprising 2011- Indians Against Corruption and most recent Lal Bahadur Shastri – Lessons in Leadership with Congress leader and Ex Finance Minister, Government of India, Anil Shastri, which was recently released by the Dalai Lama in Delhi.
Pavan is the CEO and MD of Vygon India Pvt. Ltd., a leading French MNC in Healthcare. He chairs the Medical Technology Division of The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the Healthcare Committee of the European Business Group (EBG) and sits on some of the most respected advisory boards of India in the Corporate, Educational, Political and NGO space. For his contributions he has been awarded with The Global Leadership Award by the Bhartiya Vidyapeeth University
To know more about Pavan’s work, visit www.pavanchoudary.in.