‘This book shows us how to help tilt the odds of luck and success in our favour by doing the uncommon things’ – SANJEEV BIKHCHANDANI, Co-founder, Naukri.com & Info Edge
How can one grow their startup by 10x?
How can one boost sales in a super competitive marketplace?
How can one grow their corporate career to new heights?
How can one find success in life?
What does it take to have a successful sales career? What does it take to create a billion-dollar startup? What does it take to move up and get promoted in your corporate career? What does it take to succeed in life?
It takes luck.
Yes, some people are born into it. Some people fall into it.
This book, for the first time, shares insights by two people—one, a startup founder and investor in India; and the other, a successful executive of a Fortune 500 company in the US—on how to increase the odds of success.
You don’t have to be born into luck.
You now have a chance to make your own.
Whether it is landing the ideal job, surpassing your sales goals, or generating that billion-dollar startup idea, or finding ways to grow your business, you need an edge, an advantage—“luck accelerators” that help you and your business stand out, boosting you to new heights.
Learn why it is not good enough to be better—instead, you need to be different. Understand why you don’t need a plan B, but instead need multiple plan As; what it means to have a Beginner’s Mind; and many other insights that you need to practise to increase your odds of success.
Also, read the stories behind what it took to write the first investment cheques into today’s unicorns—Ola and Druva—when they were unknown and struggling for revenue.
Stop waiting for luck to come into your life.
Start making your own luck.
In this book, authors Bob Miglani and Rehan Yar Khan elucidate why it is important to go against the traditional advice of ‘just work hard.’
Yes, some part of luck is out of our control but as Bob and Rehan put it, “a lot of luck is indeed under your control…you just need to OWN IT to benefit from it.”