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Zakir Khan releases his book in Book Fair

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Update: 2021-03-18 13:40:34
Zakir Khan releases his book in Book Fair

Md. Zakir Khan, a serial entrepreneur, educated at the London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Oxford, is releasing his new book How Success Works: The Rules and Principles That Have Driven Great People to Success during Ekushey Book Fair (Boi Mela) this month. 

In his insightful book, he argues that when you elevate yourself, you elevate everyone around you, too. Success, therefore, is more than a personal agenda. It is one step forward in the path of evolution, and if you win, you become the wayfarer. It affirms our reason for existence, and it is imperative that we do everything in our power to get where we can.
Successful people are perceived as people of value. Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and Abraham Lincoln are all valuable assets to society. This book starts with the premise that success is more than a measure of individual accomplishment; it is an obligation and a duty to do something upon which other people can build their own successes. Individual success is vital to the wellbeing of the individual as much as it is to our society as a whole. 

Examples in the book are drawn from people who have pioneered in their fields, who have been through great lengths to get where they are today. How Success Works is a sublime study that systematically dissects the stories of some of the world’s most successful people and picks apart the crucial components that drove them to success.  Learn vicariously through the achievements of Tesla, Edison, Steve Jobs, Ray Kroc and other legends who have trail-blazed their way to success. 

The book has been published under than banner of Academic Press and Publishers Library and is available in all major stores including 

BDST: 1340 HRS, MAR 18, 2021

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