99.99% of the people around the world never reach their full potential. It is not because of external constraints. Mostly, it has to do with our own thinking! How we think affects our behaviour. If you can change the way that you think, you can change almost anything that happens in your life.
Satya Nadella was 45 years old when he became CEO of Microsoft worldwide. Sundar Pichai was 44 years old when he took over as CEO of Google worldwide. Both of them battled significant challenges to get there. Sir Richard Branson (owner of the multi-billion dollar Virgin Group) overcame tremendous personal setbacks to become one of the most successful business leaders globally. And there are thousands of similar examples of people who overcame financial, social, physical and emotional challenges to be super-successful and happy. All of them have one thing in common – they think in a particular way; a way that is geared to bring you success and joy!
In this course, you will learn how to change your thinking to unlock success and joy for yourself. And you will learn it from someone who has coached, interviewed, and worked with the most successful people around the world. At the end of this course, you will not be a slave to your situation. You will control your destiny and be the master of your own success!
Jagmohan Bhanver is a prolific author. He has written six best-selling titles. His books include the iconic Get Happy Now (shortlisted for the Hutch Crossword award), Think your way to millions (the first book in India on Behavioral Finance), Nadella - the changing face of Microsoft, Pichai - the future of Google, Click - the amazing story of India’s ecommerce boom and where it is headed (the first book in India on the ecommerce sector).
Jagmohan’s first novel was titled The Curse of Brahma (Vol. 1 in the Krishna Trilogy) and it was among the fastest selling titles in mythological fiction within the first month of its launch. The next two volumes of the trilogy are due soon.
Jagmohan’s books have been translated into more than half-a-dozen languages and have cumulatively sold over a million copies.
Bhanver is the recipient of several awards, including the Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award, the Shiksha Bharti Award, and the Indian Achievers Award.