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Published on Aug 30, 2011
International Consultant Mohan Phadke from Pune, India talks to Raju Mandhyan at ExPat InSights about "Factoring Failure."
Mohan Phadke claims that failure isn't failure if the one who "fails,' perceives it as such. In essence it is the emotions we attach to the lack of success of an event that makes it terrible or wonderful. Individuals and Industries that bounce back quickly from failures are the ones who view it objectively and renunciate the depressive feelings attached to the event.
Mohan Phadke cites practices of Richard Branson of Virgin Atlantic and Ratan Tata of Telco Motors.