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Father-son bond reflected in book of Mumbai-based corporate executive

New Delhi, Jan 20 (UNI) The stress faced by teenagers because of the competition and high expectations of parents, teachers and the prevailing system, forms the subject of a new book penned by a Mumbai based corporate executive.
'It’s Okay to Fail, My Son', a book penned by Mumbai based Vasant Kallola , covers stress faced by teenagers due to the competition and high expectations of parents, teachers and the systems around.
Talking about the book, Vasant Kallola says that the book reflects the emotions of every loving father towards his child... on the path lit by love and sacrifice.
Talking to UNI, Kailola,when asked that what inspired him to write his first book said that he started writing due to his love for his son, Viraj.
He said he saw his struggle for good score in exams and felt like reaching out to him and say ‘It’s okay if you can’t make it.’
'That feeling of a loving father for his only son came out in the form of a book, 'It’s Okay to Fail, My Son',’ he says.
He said that it is basically the story about the father – son relationship.
It is a journey which converts pressure to passion, fear to flight of success.
This book is an outcome of his love for his son, extensive study of child psychology and deep thinking about ways to achieve happiness through excellence.
The story is thought provoking as first time in history; a loving father tells his son 'It’s Okay to Fail, My Son'.
This is the second bok by Kailola, who has spent 32 years in the corporate world having worked with leading Indian and multinational companies.
His last assignment was with Tata Group Company, Viom Networks as Senior Vice President.
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