Navin Gulia explores through his talk the importance of right attitude. It can go a long way in pushing away the boundaries which hinder any change. Failure teaches us more than success and the right attitude will help us take it in our stride and move on.
He is an Ex-Army Officer who got injured at the age of 22 but that did not stop him from pursuing his passion and setting a Guinness Book of World Record in Adventure Sports by driving non-stop from New Delhi to the world’s highest mountain pass Marsimik La at 18,632 feet height, in 55 hours. Besides he is an, Author, Thinker, Orator and Social Worker. His English book ‘In Quest of the Last Victory’ published by Pearson Longman is a best seller in its category. He also runs an organisation called ‘Apni Duniya Apna Ashiana’ for the welfare of underprivileged children.He has won various awards and recognitions. To mention a few: President's 'National Role Model' Award from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam 2007, Chief of Army Staff Commendation 2005, Times of India 'Global Indian' 2005, Limca Book 'People of the Year' 2005, Karmaveer Chakra from international confederation of NGO’s in 2009, Godfrey Phillips 'Mind of Steel' 2010, ‘Pearls of India’ by The WEEK’ Magazine.
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