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A Promoter’s Dilema : MSME Special!

Prologue: Transforming organization might appear to be an overwhelming responsibility for a business owner, but that is because the outlook of majority of  entrepreneurs toward transformation is flawed. For transformation to be effective and enduring, promoters must  learn to first change themselves. My recommendation to entrepreneurs is to first unobtrusively introspect and engage in self transformation. This is one thing they have in complete control and can change it fastest.   If you desire to transform your organization, start with yourself first…   Personal transformation is all about learning to change our own ... Read More

Happy Diwali!

  Happy Diwali! A beautiful manifestation embodying integration of soul, mind and body for the pursuit of joy…An inward journey from darkness unto light— empowering us to commit ourselves to virtuous deeds and brings us closer to divinity. This festive season, I wish you have a great time with your family and friends. May the light of glowing diyas, brings lots of good fortune and positivity! Wishing you boundless success, bliss, and prosperity on the occasion of Diwali. With Personal Warm Regards Bhagwat Yagnik ... Read More

It is hard to be just!

  For any functional leader ‘being objective’ is a leading differentiator.   Regrettably, this quality is utterly defunct in majority of functional leaders. You can be “objective” only when you are beyond any personal prejudices, slanted reactions, inflexible creeds, and convenient interpretations. Very similar to the portrayal of a ‘Sthitpragyna’– an individual who is gifted with unwavering mental stability…An individual whose judgements are outside of his own predispositions. Objectivity breeds trust and loyalty in the team. It brings predictability in the system. I am not talking about “neutrality”, but about ... Read More
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Self-Aggrandizers: Wake-Up!

“Enlightenment is ego’s ultimate disappointment.”  – Chogyam Trungpa The corporate corridors are chockfull of Self-aggrandizers. The self-absorbed professionals, menacingly proclaiming their own exaggerated importance, power, or reputation. They evaluate their prominence by the immensity and pull of their fiefdom. Their ego surreptitiously entraps them tightly. Even brilliant professionals, unknowingly reach to a stage where they stop listening to any inputs. They strongly and only believe in their own views.They severely suffer from a ghoulish “I-Me-Mine” syndrome. The unappealing manifested symptoms of such distorted tendencies are so obvious and all around ... Read More

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