Charles Schwab… the sixer management concept! The first-ever employees to make a million dollars a year were Walter Chrysler and Charles Schwab in the USA. Schwab once asked a consultant to suggest how he could get more done in one day. The consultant, after spending a week with him, suggested... Read More »
I was fortunate to do my MBA in USA in five years, including three years of work experience. I learnt more by walking around, wondering around and observing around. What I learnt in MBA, it is taught in India equally well if not better. I would strongly suggest, we learn a lot, if our mental... Read More »
Ways to Be a Good Leader Begin with praise and honest appreciation. Call attention to people’s mistakes indirectly. Talk about your own mistakes before criticizing the other person. Ask questions instead of giving direct orders. Let the other person save... Read More »
Many of life’s circumstances are created by three choices we make: the discipline you follow; the people you choose to be with; and the principles you choose to obey. Look at it in a simpler way which I do: life is like a taxi! The meter keeps on ticking whether you are getting somewhere or... Read More »
Self-audit yourself and reflect as to how many thank you notes and thank you calls you make daily. May I suggest you make a resolution today to start tomorrow and keep on doing for forty days-a magic figure-which will turn this into a good habit and will become part of your discipline. Don’t wait... Read More »
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