- Paperback: 339 pages
- Publisher: Hardknocks Factory SDN BHD (2006)
- Language: English
- ASIN: 9839323989
- Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,317,468 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Dare to Fail Paperback – 2006
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Nevertheless, after reading it, I was very impressed by the author for sharing, with the world, his personal as well as business failures, in his chequered life as he progressed from a being a poor village boy in Malaysia to achieving status as an enterprising global salesman.
Using his own personal background of trials & tribulations, he gave a pretty good account of the lessons he had learned from his own failures.
He helped the reader to analyse the value of failure through the following major questions:
- why should we fail?
- is failing all that bad?
- what does it take to face failure?
- what if all else fails?
For that, he did a very good job. His writing was interspersed with numerous amusing anecdotes & motivating quotations.
For reader's convenience, I hereby reproduce the content layout of the book:
2. College and campus days
3. Our company "created"
4. Going back to work for people
6. Value of failing
7. Fear of failure
8. Failure in relationships
9. Consequences of failing in our society
10. Fear of not getting a job
11. Fear of being too old to succeed
12. Fear of no result
13. Pain, problems, difficulties and sufferings
14. What it takes to face failure
15. When all else fails
16. What would you do if you can't fail?Read more ›
This book teaches you not to see every failure as a bad thing.
This book has both dramatic and humorous side which makes you not getting bored with it's content.
The language is pretty strandard english, since the author is coming from Malaysia.
And for Indonesian reader, this book also offer an Indonesian version, which I've no idea how to find it in USA..
Overall this is a worth reading book for entrepreneur and all major...