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The Ones Who Dare: Beating All Odds Paperback – Import, 7 September 2021
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- ASIN : B09FNJXFV9
- Publisher : Independently Published; Bilingual edition (7 September 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 200 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8472561525
- Item Weight : 272 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.19 x 22.86 cm
- Country of Origin : India
- Best Sellers Rank: #237,568 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By reading the title and glancing at the book cover, it can project that the book is all about the famous athletes and their struggle to achieve their dreams despite their hardships, losses, insecurities and disabilities. The athletes mentioned are P.T.Usha, Mohammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Babe Ruth, Kart Warner, Lance Amstrong, Bhaichung Bhutia, Keiran Behan, Michael Oher, Bethany Hamilton, Romelu lukaku, Stan smith, Victor Moses, Michael Phelps and Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Totally loved the concept the author wanted to convey through the book to the audience by giving examples of the athletes. The author emanates that we should never give up on our goals, bring out the best of ourselves and never give up on the mantra of success. The author also conveys to ponder people with kindness, be patient in tough situations and accept the change even if it is hard. She also says to learn from tough days and bitter experiences and to work so hard that even when we are not there, our achievement should speak for us.
Very inspiring book. Highly recommend everyone to read this. Would definitely rate it 5 out of 5.
The one who dares tells us about the life and life changing experiences and habits of these successful people and how everyone has the capability to reach such heights given that they work smart keeping their aim in mind. The book brought forth instances from the lives sportspersons like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kurt Warner, Lance Armstron, Bhaichung Bhutia, Kieran Behan, Michael Oher, Bethany Hamilton, Stan Smith, Victor Moses, Michael Phelps and many others to illustrate its purpose. A segment on PT Usha deliberated on how India's track and field queen would be up for every opportunity to represent the nation; she would take part in more than one events even though she knew it was exhausting, her spirit never once faltered! The one who dares is an engaging and motivating read for everyone out there.
In this book, the struggling and successful athletes like P.T.Usha, Mohammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Babe Ruth, Kart Warner, Lance Amstrong, Bhaichung Bhutia, Keiran Behan, Michael Oher, Bethany Hamilton, Romelu lukaku, and Stan Smith, Victor Moses, Michael Phelps, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have been centralized with everyone’s unique journey. We see each of them as triumphant characters and their worthwhile glorious lives stagger us. How many of us actually peep into their lives when they were just at the building stages or when their names were not in newspapers or Google or in social media? Not much hah! That’s why this book is important to us for knowing what it took for each one of them to reach the place where they are now at.
Indeed this book carries enough motivation to keep us moving, to remind us what our goals are, and to make us leave an impact for when we won’t be in the world. There are multiple cases where people are just lazy to give their best yet are despaired for not achieving what they want. If you guys will come around this book you will get to know what you’re missing only because you are not pushing yourself to maintain that regularity which you have promised on day one. Anyway, if someone is lacking inducement there are plenty of events in this book to provoke them to start all over again. Any book written for the bigger help of humankind makes me rapturous. I demand more books from the author that will never allow us to restrain from our purposes.
This book contents the examples of many of the athletes such as
P.T Usha: P.T. Usha is referred to as India's queen of track and field. At every event, she used to participate in more than one race, and despite knowing that juggling made her exhausted, she would never say no to any opportunity where she had to represent her country.
Muhammad Ali: Ali was the first fighter to win the world heavyweight championship on three separate occasions.
Michael Jordan: This person is basketball player.
And the rest of the best people who represented their country with their efforts and dedication without giving up and accepted challenges no matter what life showed them.
Babe Ruth, Kurt Warner, Lance Armstron, Bhaichung Bhutia, Kieran Behan, Michael Oher, Bethany Hamilton, Romelu lukaku, Stan smith, Victor Moses, Michael Phelps, Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
It is a knowledge book also. I knew some people among this but not all. This book motivates you also one gets to gain knowledge.
Everyone went through their own hardship and throughout the journey kept them encouraged to achieve their goal.
This book is a interesting read. This book talks about lot of things about background of players and how they suffered.
Overall I enjoyed reading this book.