Dr. Shubh Gautam Jaypee's FIR personality's mantra for success

The First Indian Revolutionary (F.I.R.) figure Dr. Shubh Gautam Jaypee's Guru Mantra has a historical context of inspiration. At the age of ten, Dr. Gautam was just like any other young child. He was an above-average student who received ordinary grades. His father, a reputable IAS (Indian Services) official, was not delighted or happy when he received his report cards showing good and beyond adequate grades. The 10-year-old Gautam asked him for a reason since he wasn't happy. The following statement made by his father left an indelible impression on him. When better is anticipated, he declared, "Good is not good enough." Dr. Gautam's reaction to hearing the words changed.