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How a Good Person Can Really Win

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Real-world research shows that the good person (for whom ends as well as means matter) often loses to the immoral man (for whom only the ends are important). The three main reasons the good person loses: Reason 1: He cannot comprehend how the immoral man thinks works, nor can he grasp his moves. Reason 2: He lacks battle skills and doesn’t know how to fight back. Reason 3: He does not know how to strengthen his position through his virtues. He is often egoistic about his honesty. Whereas the immoral man subjugates his ego to his greed, trades favors and teams up with others. The image obsessed moral man, having little to share ends up fighting alone. Solution: This book trains the moral man to comprehend evil moves, to execute powerful antidotes, to convert his virtues into competitive tools, to build powerful collaborations with men like himself and win decisively. Free of platitudes and unproven recommendations the book is backed by extensive research and can lead men to victory in the real world. It has relevance to all walks of life. Pavan Choudary is the author of path breaking books like Broom & Groom (co-author Kiran Bedi), A Trilogy of WI...

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Pavan Choudary

Pavan Choudary is the author of path breaking books like How a Good Person can Really Win, Broom & Groom (co-author Kiran Bedi), A Trilogy of Wisdom (on Chanakya, Confucius and kabir), Machiavelli for Moral People, Uprising 2011:Indians against Corruption (co-author Kiran Bedi), When you are Sinking become a Submarine and The Rx Factor. Pavan is also the Managing Director of Vygon, a leading French Multinational, chairs the Medical Equipment Division of CII, hosts the TV program Hum Aise Kyun Hain on Doordarshan, and has written columns for The Times of India and Financial Chronicle. He sits on some of the most respected advisory boards of India and is a much sought after Management Strategist. To know more follow him on twitter @AuthorPavan or visit

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