Chron­i­cle of a suc­cess­ful jour­ney

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - READS - By NOEL FOO star2@thes­tar.com.my

COR­PO­RATE trainer and speaker Datuk Dr R. Palana­niap­pan – or Dr Palan, as he is fondly called by his peers – has re­leased tion from a pro­fes­sional to an en­tre­pre­neur was not an easy one and thus he feels his ex­pe­ri­ences over the past 30 years could serve as a valu­able step­ping-stone to as­pir­ing Asian en­trepreneurs.

“I wrote this book with the in­ten­tion to help change mind­sets about start-ups, en­trepreneurs and busi­ness lead­ers who dare to dream.

“The Global Jour­ney Of An Asian is about lessons I learned from the trenches of the mar­ket place – how one can move from be­ing an em­ployee to an en­tre­pre­neur, and the pain and joy of be­ing an en­tre­pre­neur. With Asian cul­tures be­ing so varied, en­trepreneurs have to find their own unique niche in the present fast-paced, chal­leng­ing and di­verse global so­cio-eco­nomic en­vi­ron­ments,” said Dr Palan, as he shared his in­sights at the book launch.

A quick look through sev­eral chap­ters the book shows how Dr Palan has put to­gether quotes and teach­ings from no­table busi­ness gu­rus around the world, in­ter­twin­ing them with his real life ex­pe­ri­ences to set pow­er­ful lessons for his read­ers.

datuk dr Palan with his book, TheGlob­alJour­neyO­fan asian. — ber­nama

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