New Delhi : Anand Chulani, legacy advisor to top leaders in business, sports and entertainment, will author a motivational book for India’s Gen next. The book “Absolute Champion” will be published by Penguin India next year. Chulani says his debut book will share core principles on what it takes to be a ‘champion for life and in all areas of life’ as well as insights from champions in India and globally on their blueprint for sustainable success.
“We have a generation that’s drowning in technology and hungry for guidance. It’s time for a new model – a way to not just achieve success, but also to sustain it – the path of the champion. “I’ve had the honour to work with achievers in India and globally – from IPL and Bollywood stars to Hollywood stars to top CEOs and it’s given me insight into what are the distinctions between an achiever and a champion,” he says.
Milee Ashwarya, Editor-in-Chief, Commercial and Business Books at Penguin Random House, says, “Anand’s book Absolute Champion is a reflection of who he is and what he stands for – success, positivity, energy – and that is what he has tried to encapsulate in the book. If there is a book that could change how you live your life, it is this!”
Having trained under the internationally-acclaimed peak performance coach Anthony Robbins, Chulani has been in the business for over a decade having worked intimately with individual champions in sports business and entertainment sectors. He has worked closely with institutions such as Apple, Google, Brightstar, BBC, Disney, Accenture, Airtel, Reliance, Credit Suisse, Hero Motor Corp, Nestle, Toshiba, Turner Broadcasting, Reliance Jio among several others.
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Prior to his career as a coach and speaker, Chulani toured with Russell Peters as one of the “gurus of comedy”, acted in Hollywood movies and TV shows opposite stars like Jeff Goldblum and George Clooney, and was the first Indian to ever write for American sitcoms. He is currently the official peak performance and mental conditioning expert for the Indian Premier League team Kings XI Punjab.