Thursday, 11 October 2018

Winning Like Sachin: Think & Win Like Tendulkar by Devendra Prabhudesai | Book Review


Summary:

Sachin Tendulkar achieved a lot more than victories, runs and records in a career that spanned nearly a quarter of a century. He was born with talent, but he proved that talent alone amounted to nothing in the long run unless it is coupled with hard work. His quest for perfection and commitment to his team and country ensured that he had an outstanding career as a cricketer, which culminated with the Government of India conferring the Bharat Ratna the country’s highest civilian honour on him.

Winning like Sachin: Think and Succeed like Tendulkar offers the winning attributes that make Sachin an inspiration for generations. The book spotlights his penchant for taking initiative, utilizing opportunities, handling crises, perseverance and his knack of leading front the front. These qualities make him the ideal role model for all professionals wishing to make a mark in their field.


Author:

Devendra Prabhudesai

Publisher:

Rupa Publications

Release date:

April 20th 2018

No. of Pages:

Hardcover, 114 Pages

This book gives us an insight into the personality of one of the greatest cricketing icons. A great and inspiring player whose journey can be called a path determined by a higher force and Sachin was born to follow that path.The language of the book is simple and the author has done a great work. 

It gives an insight to the reader on how we can emulate Sachin's success and discipline in our personal lives and emerge successful against all odds. It's a quick and informative read. If you are a follower of the game, this could be more interesting for you. 

The book has brought to light the fact that success comes to those who strive to achieve it and luck alone doesn't play a part. It is a great initiative to learn from his life and also a great book for his followers. It is a motivational read that help us to know how we can emerge against all odds and win on the other side. 

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