In these difficult times of challenges that we are living, many people feel they must rebuild their lives as the Japanese have always done after wars and natural disasters.
This nation’s secret to be reborn again and again from its ashes, like a Phoenix, is the philosophy of ganbatte, a Japanese term that could be translated as “do the best you can, never give up, keep going.”
Thus, as in many countries, before entering an exam, a job interview or at the beginning of a competition, you wish “good luck!”, The Japanese use the expression “ganbatte!” to invite a person to strive.
Through the 50 inspiring chapters of this book, we will learn about this Japanese philosophy of tenacity and resilience, which is the art of overcoming adversity.
If you apply the tenacity and resilience of the Japanese in your day to day, the difficult becomes easy and the impossible, possible.
GANBATTE is the world’s first book on the Japanese secret of resilience and self-improvement.