American author, Dale Carnegie, said that fear of failure was one of the stumbling blocks for every human being to Endeavour and achieve in his life. He fundamentally highlighted about six types of failures one has to overcome such as fear of failure, fear of criticism, fear of old age, fear of poverty, fear of ill-health and fear of death. When an individual overcomes from all these six fears he can conquer the world and come out with flying colors.
In the film, 'Chak De! India' the hero Shah Rukh Khan, SRK (in the movie, Kabhir Khan) fails to win the game at the final movement of hockey game and his positive intention i.e. sportsmanship to congratulate his rival and the winner a Pakistani team resulted in getting branded as a sell out and as traitor of the country that hurt and humiliated him. After 7 years, he takes his ambition to make India as a number one in hockey in the world.
There are many lessons to be learnt from this film whether it is in our personal life or professional life. The hero proves himself as an effective and efficient motivator and manager to train and groom by picking up the budding talents. Keeping reel life apart, in real life the managers are faced with many problems from the beginning to the end of the working day. He plans many things and starts the day with fresh energy and enthusiasm. But he gets distracted by many external problems and he constantly fights mentally to do his routine activities and also to tackle the sudden outside problems. It is a constant battle to keep him on the right track and on the fast track.
In the reel life, the hero smartly assesses the strengths and weakness of the each player and engages them up to the hilt to bring out the best. In the day to day Business World, the manager also looks at the strengths of the each employee and tries his best to capitalize and en cash thereby making the skills of his employees complementary.
In the reel life, the hero shrewdly manages the cultural...
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