Sri sri ravi shankar on success
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Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Top 10 Rules For Success
Success is an attitude, not a phenomenon. Business and spirituality are complementary like the in-breath and out-breath. When you breathe in, that is a passion; but you cannot hold it for too long; you have to breathe out, and that breathing out is dispassion. Tough situations come in every business and every organization, and you need skills to handle them. Here are 5 secret ingredients for success. You need to function as a team. The prerequisites for growth are patience, perseverance, clear intention, clarity of purpose and flexibility to accommodate errors.
Everyone wants to be successful in life, but not many are aware of what success really is. Click To Tweet. Tough situations arise in every business, every organization, and you need skills to handle them. These skills come from our inner space, which I call the Spiritual Space. Peace and prosperity are interlinked. Prosperity cannot flourish in a disturbed atmosphere. While working with others, you need to function as a team.
This organization is best known for its pursuits to we leave the stress of every individual in the face of fluctuation and violence. In , Shankar founded the International Association for Human Values as a way to broaden his message and help as many and visuals as possible. Shankar encourages a different worldview that embraces the types of challenges that often drive people to detrimental processes of thought or living. Such challenges include criticism, negativity, circumstance, political situations and other obstacles. Shankar has helped many individuals change their ways of thinking so that they may face criticism and negativity with a sense of maturity and compassion.
To me, the sign of success is a smile. The number of smiles that one has in their day-to-day life indicates how successful one is. You may have a big bank balance, a lot of money. Often, people spend half of their health to gain their wealth. Then they spend half their wealth, to gain back their health which does not come. This is not a sign of success.