shiv kheda 1 copy copy Shiv Khera is the founder of Qualified Learning Systems Inc., USA. An educator, business consultant,much sought-after speaker and successful entrepreneur he is also the famous Indian born author of book You Can Win.

After losing his family’s coal mining business to nationalization, he came to USA and became a bestselling author of the book “You can win”.Shiv Khera, motivational expert, speaker, consultant and author of three best-selling books, does not necessarily speak about new things.

His subject is human life – the individual vis-à-vis society, and how the two can win. But it is the use of the right word at the right time in the right context in simple, evocative terms that sets him apart. The author of ‘You Can Win,’ which has sold over one million copies in eight languages, and is still a hot cake at the book shelves, didn’t win the seat but won a brownie point. He underscored his message: The young Indian democracy need not necessarily depend on politicians; it can draw strength from committed individuals – be they entrepreneurs or motivational speakers.

Khera, who moved to the US following the nationalization of his family-owned coal mines and started off washing cars and selling life insurance, demands that you have a philosophy in life. His own is simple: “Winners don’t do different things, they do things differently.”The difference in a winner’s outlook does not mean loud gestures to attract attention. “It means that you do anything and everything in life with a sense of pride. When doing any job comes down to self-gratification and you feel you have done a great job, your self-esteem goes up; it motivates you to further better yourself – that is internal motivation.”
Shiv Khera says ’’Success is not an accident. It is the result of our attitude and our attitude is a choice. Hence success is a matter of choice and not chance’’. True success is measured by the feeling of knowing that you have done a job well and have achieved your objective. Success is not measured by our position in life, but by the obstacles we overcame to get there.