Author – Devendra Prabhdesai
Rating – 4/5 stars
Number of Pages – 114
Publisher – Rupa Publication
‘Winning like Sachin’ unravels the attributes that make Sachin what he is – an inspiration for generations. He is looked upon as a role model. A man who achieved a lot more than professional success. He is an inspiration for not only the new coming cricketers but the one who wants to achieve big in his life. His ideas and principles never let him give up after failures but give him the strength to get up again. His never give up spirit and dedication towards the sport make him one of the greatest cricketers of the world.
He was a team player and always worked in the interest of the team, that makes him a great leader who put his team before himself. Such qualities and many more make the person he is – the legend. This book is written aiming to break-down some of the qualities from the life of a man who rose to become God of cricket in India.
Sachin Tendulkar’s life is a great example to learn what a simple man can do with determination and dedication to his passion. He devoted the greater part of his life to cricket and worked only what is in favor of the game and his team. His team was always above his centuries, his personal records. He played for the team and never to make a personal record.
The book is a great initiative to learn from his life and also a good book for his fans and followers. His life is an inspiration for everyone. His commitment to excellence yielded success. An institution himself there is a lot one can learn from his life.
A learning experience, inspiring and helpful short read.
In a career spanning nineteen years, Devendra Prabhudesai has worked across sectors and handled a wide range of responsibilities – from working with the police to rehabilitate victims of crime, to executing some of the biggest cricketing events organized in India in recent times. An author, screenwriter and anchor, he was also the Manager for Media Relations and Corporate Affairs at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) from January 2008 to July 2015.
Devendra lives in Mumbai with his wife, Anuradha, and children, Abhimanyu and Ira.
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