A National Bestseller
"It’s okay to fail my son" is the story about the father – son relationship. It covers stress faced by tender minds of teenagers due to the competition and high expectations of parents, teachers and the systems around. The story is thought provoking as first time in history, a loving father tells his son ‘It’s okay to fail my son’.
Father’s words to his son shattered people around; he is also accused of being irresponsible! But, he had a different end in mind. He was preparing his son for all time big and permanent success. Transformation from mediocre to genius!
The book reflects emotions of every loving father towards his ward and sets on a journey, on the path lit by the love and the sacrifice; Journey which converts pressure to passion; journey from fear to flight; journey of faith and belief.
Journey led by one of the finest brains of the nation, for his son and millions of children across the nation and the globe.
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- It’s okay to fail, my son is an aggregator to child mindset. It’s about teacher theory to teach, not to memorize. An excellent work of child psychology...A great work...I hope more from author. Keep at it.
Jyoti Prakash Pathak – Father, Chartered Accountant by profession
- It was an excellent journey when I was reading your epic. Your views on present day methods of teaching, which will take our children nowhere in the future, are right. I am associated with one of my friends, Mr. Alfred John, who is an educationist and fifth generation teacher, runs an educational institution called ST MICHAELS AKADEMY in a remote and backward village called KARUVELANGADAI near Nagapattinam on Nagapattinam-Velankanni highway, where almost all students are like the ones in Mr. Rahul Saxena's batch mates and he almost adopts the methods envisaged by you in your epic called IT’S OKAY TO FAIL, MY SON. To everyone’s surprise the results are excellent.
S. Meenaakshi Padmanabhan, St. Michaels Akademy
- It's a delightful read; hard to put down once you start reading it. The book identifies the much needed change in ideology - developing an interest in learning through formal education rather than merely imparting information. I look forward to this author's future works.
Amazon Reader, name unknown
- What a lovely story believe me awesome, awesome, awesome
Shahid Badshah, MD, Digital Picasso
- It is absolutely fabulous. Every parent and teacher should read this work. Well done sir for a very timely work. My new year’s resolution is to be like Rahul your protagonist at least 10%!!! Thanks for a wonderful reading experience
Prof. K. M. Raghavendran, Bangalore. A reader.
- Sir, after reading a tremendous book like 'IT'S OKAY TO FAIL MY SON', I have become a huge fan of yours. Now, even if I get stuck in some situation, I remind me of your point of view in my own mind. Strange right? But, actually it is true! Till now, I have read many inspirational stories but never like yours! You are a real genius sir!
Madhukar Chaturvedi – A reader.
- One of the most demanding book I found. Must be read by each parent. The most awful thing in India of this generation parents is; always taking failure as if there is no option after that. I wish each parent has to be practical to accept that no one can teaches the best lesson than our own experiences of failure.
Sanjana, Amazon Reader.
- Thought provoking. The entire thought process of a father making a child understand and comfortable with the fact that it is ok to fail in this highly competitive and stressed life is something very unique.
Imshu Bansal – President, Rotary International Downtown Club.
- Not only is the book well-written but is also inspirational. I had always been a top student in school but suddenly, the desire and passion went missing upon reaching university. This reflected in the downward trend of my grades. I found solace in your book. I already agreed with most of the ideas presented in your book but Rahul's philosophy strengthened my ideology. After reading your book, it was clear to me that I had lost my passion not intellect. Thank you for writing such a wonderful book. I look forward to reading more of your work in the future.
Kartik Agarwal – A reader
- Very enthusiastic writing to you about the book written by you. Because it approx 99% as I wanna in my life. To tell you the truth, in last 1 year, 3 times I tried committing suicide. Last 2-3 months ago, I got stabled by regular follow up of the ma psychiatrist. But now again m going in that condition of confusion, depression etc. and wanted to commit it again but I read your book and got stabled. So, I am very thankful to u for your book. Please keep writing like this. And also I wanna tell u that this is my first book in my life which I'v read in English. Please keep going on.
Somanath Kakade, A reader.
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