A must-read for anyone who feels his goals are threatened by tremendous difficulties.
ABOUT THE BOOK (INR 195, 112PP)
‘I hope to inspire people around the world to look up at the stars and not down at their feet.’
Stephen Hawking faced the gravest odds in life with resilience and an unshakable belief in himself. Diagnosed at the fragile age of twenty-one with a debilitating and life-threatening disease, Hawking established himself as a legend in the field of cosmology. But many wonder how it is possible that a man could achieve immense success in spite of unimaginable suffering.
Bestselling author Virender Kapoor shows how Hawking lived his life—an unusually difficult one—to not only achieve remarkable feats as an individual, but also contributed immensely to the discipline of physics and in understanding our unique place in the world.
The seventh book in the series, Resilience: The Hawking Way is a must-read for anyone who is highly ambitious and hence, must overcome insurmountable challenges in the journey to achieve their dreams.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Virender Kapoor is a thinker, an educationist and an inspirational guru. An alumnus of IIT Bombay and the former director of a prestigious management institute under the Symbiosis umbrella, he also holds a Master’s in International Relations and Strategic Studies from Pune University. His books on emotional intelligence, leadership and self-help have been translated into several regional and foreign languages. A prolific writer, he regularly contributes to The Times of India, The Economic Times, Rediff.com and several management magazines.