how160“How a Good Person can Really Win” shows how the “good person” (one for whom means are as important as the ends) can win against the unprincipled man (for whom only ends matter).


Real-world research shows that the good person often loses to the immoral person, and the three main reasons for this are:

  1. He cannot comprehend how the immoral man thinks, works or makes his moves
  2. He lacks battle skills and doesn’t know how to fight back
  3. He is often egoistic about his honesty, whereas the immoral man subjugates his ego to greed and teams up with others

This book strives to initiate the moral man towards:

  1. Comprehending evil moves
  2. Executing powerful antidotes
  3. Converting his virtues into competitive tools and building powerful collaborations with men like himself & win decisively.

Free of platitudes & unproven recommendations, How a Good Person can Really Win is backed by extensive research, and can lead men to victory in the real world. It has relevance to all walks of life.

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What The Readers say:

“An invaluable, timeless treasure. Pavan is a megamind taking Indian thinking to refreshing new heights in the global arena. His works should be made compulsory reading for leaders, teachers and parents.” — Kiran Bedi

“This book is for real people in the real world with insights, practical wisdom and a fresh perspective for everyone…the alternative of course, is to read up hundreds of books over tens of years!” — Carolyn Marcille (Barnes & Noble, New York, USA)



Pavan Choudary is the Managing Director of Vygon, a leading French Multinational. He also hosts the nation building TV program Hum Aise Kyun Hain on Doordarshan, and has written columns for The Times of India and Financial Chronicle. He is the Chairman of CII – Medical Technology Division and sits on some of the most respected advisory boards of India and is a sought after speaker and Management Strategist.

Pavan has spoken at the Indian Institutes of Management, the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad and the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, other prestigious institutes in India and abroad as well as addressed the senior management of several leading companies from across the world. He is a trustee on the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Memorial Trust and has for nearly two decades, designed innovative course content for MDPs and conducted the same, especially for top management at various fora. His passion now lies in training leaders as he feels that when one of them transforms, the lives of hundreds under him or thousands around him who emulate him blossom too.

Pavan Choudary’s other books include Machiavelli for Moral People, A Trilogy of Wisdom on Chanakya, Confucius and Kabir, When You are Sinking Become a Submarine and The Rx Factor – which is a business classic. He has also co-authored two books with Kiran Bedi – Broom & Groom and Uprising 2011- Indians Against Corruption and most recently Lal Bahadur Shastri – Lessons in Leadership with congress leader Anil Shastri.

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  • "Pavan Choudary's passion for dwelling deep into the questions one feels remain unanswered, has ensured him a place amongst the foremost thinkers of the world." - The Times of India
  • "The book is like a well-researched argument through which Choudary debunks the Machiavellian belief that 'a good man hasn't got a chance in the real world' very systematically. The author substantiates his contentions and suggestions by opening the gates of his vast repertoire of knowledge for the readers. So here you have examples from Aristotle to Hillary Clinton, from Osho to Nikita Khruschev, all strung together beautifully in different chapters." - The Tribune
  • "HGPCRW is not a book that one reads, feels good about and forgets. Nor is it a book that gives you something on the lines of a DIY (do it yourself) kit that you build and reuse everywhere. I think it is a book that you need to keep on your table and refer to regularly. It has plenty of interesting and thought-provoking stories and snippets that one cannot read once and absorb forever. It is a 'situational' book; a book that will give you something to ponder over in many important situations that you may find yourself in." - Nirmala P
  • "In essence, the relevance of How a Good Person Can Really Win extends to all walks of life. It challenges the Machiavellian belief that a good man hasn't got a chance in the real world and elucidates how goodness coupled with creativity and wisdom can forge the path to an enduring victory." - Khyati Tiwari
  • "Great book! Radical! Each page is original, valuable,informative. It has changed my way of thinking. Its my book for life." - Anandita Mukhe
  • "This book is a must read for corporate new comers and a good read for all office goers." - ( Read More )
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