Be A Habitual Winner

ISBN Number : 978-93-5273-043-8

Student Price : Rs.150

Student Dollar Price : 6$

Library Price : Rs.850

Library Dollar Price : 34$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 128

Book Weight :136

About The Book

Being born in a humble background in an Indian village, the easier option for me like many others was to readily give up and flow with the tides of life. But my mother with a very elementary education who was the most powerful force in my life, in her own understanding and wisdom used to tell me in my childhood days about the lesser forms of life like fish, chicken and more strikingly the reluctant goats being hollered by the village butcher and she would be philosophically telling me that nobody has control over his next life and that we may well be born as any of these forms in our next birth and face the cycle. Life, as a human being, is the biggest blessing of God and since it may or may not come to us again, we must be in a hurry to explore our full potential in this life by perennially dreaming big and chasing the big dreams with all passion. She very often cited many examples from Mahabharata and Ramayana while she was singing out pages loudly to admiring womenfolk in the village. She would explain how hitting the rotating eye of the fish by arrow on the dot was the big dream for Arjuna to win competition for Draupadi; and he achieved this by sheer passion. I might not have hit the fish-eye always, but I have not missed many either. Despite being strangled with several daunting constraints and formidable adversities in life, I have always emerged much stronger – and sharing this through my motivational lectures in India and abroad with amazing feedback, so much so that in one such sessions, one of the listeners, Avantika from Delhi who surely was highly motivated, spoke to me afterwards and suggested that since my lectures are heard only by a cross-section, why should I not write a book which will benefit many. Very humbly, this prompted and encouraged me to write this book. Friends, celebrate this life as human being with aplomb and glory – dreaming big and chasing the big dreams with all passion and I bet, you surely will turn out to be HABITUAL WINNERS..……


Contents -

1. Introduction
2. Winners are Not Born, They are Made
3. The Dominant Force in Your Existence is the Thinking You Engage in
4. There is Some Benefit to be Had from Every Adversity
5. Each of Your Belief is a Choice
6. The Only Real Limitations on What You Accomplish in Your Life are Those You Impose on Yourself
7. NLP and Mental Dieting – A “Winner's Recipe”
8. Goal Setting
9. Reframing the Subconscious
10. Mental Dieting
11. Catch People Doing Something Right and Appreciate Instantly
12. Develop a High Degree of Enthusiasm Quotient
13. Be a Good Listener
14. Look at All Problems as Opportunities
15. Always Keep the Underprivileged in Mind and Thank God for Giving You So Much
16. Recollect All the Good Deeds Done by You During the Day and Thank Yourself by Patting Your Back
17. Be Responsible for More than Your Job
18. Circle of Excellence
19. Be as Enthusiastic about the Success of Others as You are about Your Own
20. Make Your Friends Feel There is Something Special in Them
21. Be Too Big for Worry and Too Noble for Anger
22. Build a Habit of Doing Some Random Acts of Kindness and Generosity Everyday Without Any Expectation in Return
23. Be Creative and Innovative to Add Cutting Edge Value to Life and Profession
24. Give 100% to Whatever You Do in Life

About The Author

Dr. Keshab Nandy is a graduate with English Honours and Distinction followed by M.A. and M.Phil. in English, Bachelor of Laws, Master of Human Resources and Ph.D. in Management. He is also a reputed Neuro-linguistic Practitioner and trainer, certified by the National Federation of Neurolinguistic Psychology, Florida, the U.S. He has worked as Deputy Collector and Executive Magistrate and worked in senior positions in Reserve Bank of India for more than 2 decades before moving to private sector to work as Director in Tilaknagar Industries Ltd. and Director in other five of its subsidiaries, where he has achieved commendable success in several critical areas of corporate management. He has taught English Literature and is engaged in teaching strategic management, quality, HR, marketing and NLP as Visiting Professor to several distinguished management institutes including IITs and IIMs. Dr. Nandy has been an expert resource person with several industry bodies like Bombay Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Confederation of Indian Industry, NHRD, Bombay Management Academy, etc. and speaks extensively at various industry and educational fora. He is also very active in management research and psychological counseling and as registered supervisor, has been guiding management students and industry managers for Ph.D. and other research projects.

Book Reviews

Greeting from Puduherry.

Yours is a purposeful contribution to the aspiring youth : this is my impression after going through a few chapters - obviously scripts of your talks. I am sure they would be interesting to the readers - apart from the audience - because of their lucid style and appropriate examples.

This much in haste.

Manoj Das,
C/o. Sri Aurobindo International
Centre of Education,
Puduchery, India.


Thank you so much for giving me a chance to be your student /trainee/follower.

I could read the book only yesterday, Once I started reading the book I was completely taken over by it so much so I started watching the cricket only after finishing my reading of your book missing batting by Indian side.

After reading I really feel that I have lost lot of time (65 years) in understanding meaning of life.

Nevertheless it is never too late in life to upgrade your skills and understanding.

At the same time I have lot of questions to ask mostly from myself and a few clarifications from my Guru (your good self).

Amar Mittal
SGC Services Ltd.
New Delhi


Thanks for sending a copy of the book. I have found it immensely interesting, and motivating (even to a person who has arrived at the last chapter of his own book!).

We all face adversities in life, and very few have the gumption and far sight to conquer them without getting into the pitfalls of despair and hopelessness. Let us admit, very few can turn the road blocks in life into opportunities, -- which is, in the ultimate analysis, the key to the winning formula. An approach of positivity, belief in one's potential,reframing the accumulations of subconscious lack of faith in one's ability, striving for excellence in whatever one ventures into, being able to give importance to the 'other' point of view, being a good listener as the first step to be a good communicator, the importance of compassion etc, -- you have succintly touched upon the essentials of the winning formula.You have spiced up the narrative with anecdotal examples, sometimes touching on autobiographical tales of the tribulations and successes of your own experiences,--- thereby accentuating the appeal factor of the book to readers.They will find similarities in their own life's experiences in these anecdotes, and get inspiration.

AK Chattopadhyay

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