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The elusive lady ‘L’
01 Dec
2015
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Luck has played a significant role in each of our lives; it has been the tailwind that you needed to succeed or has left your side just when you needed it the most. In this story, business leaders and an author talk to us about how luck changed their lives.

“Luck, in my opinion, is the tail wind.”
01 Dec
2015
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Abhiraj bhal, Co-founder, Urbanclap.com, a services marketplace

“The genes we inherit from our parents can be considered as the ‘luck’ factor.”
01 Dec
2015
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Anu Acharya, Founder, Mapmygenome, a molecular diagnostics company

“The origins of success are much too subtle and complex. We all feel that there is something called luck.”
01 Dec
2015
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R. Gopalakrishnan, non-executive director of Tata Sons, is also an author of many best-selling books. Among his recent launches is a book titled ‘Six Lenses- Vignettes of Success, Career and Relationships’ which draws lessons from his rich life experiences. Interestingly, luck is one of the six lenses in this book.

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