Words of Wis­dom

Harper's Bazaar (India) - - BAZAAR AT WORK -

“Fail­ures are keys to doors I didn’t even know ex­isted. I learn more from my fail­ures, face them as a chal­lenge, and con­quer them! An op­ti­mist by na­ture, I see them as an op­por­tu­nity to learn, grow, and get stronger.”

Deep­an­jana Klein, in­ter­na­tional head of depart­ment, South Asian Mod­ern and Con­tem­po­rary

Art, Christie’s

“It’s im­pos­si­ble not to have some fail­ures in your life. While one needs to min­imise fail­ures, it is also im­por­tant to view them pos­i­tively. Cop­ing with each fail­ure is a test of per­se­ver­ance and the abil­ity to find an al­ter­nate so­lu­tion. It’s crit­i­cal to have faith in your own self and not la­bel your­selves as a ‘fail­ure’ whilst deal­ing with one.” Sangeeta Pen­durkar, man­ag­ing

di­rec­tor, Kel­loggs In­dia “Fail­ure is not the end of the world.

No one is per­fect. I try and see it within the larger con­text and look at it as an op­por­tu­nity to learn and grow.”

Ritu Sarin, founder, Dharamshala In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val “Don’t waste a good fail­ure. Suc­cess is con­fir­ma­tory; your suc­cesses reaf­firm

Deep­an­jana Klein

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