You make a bet even when you don’t make a bet!

The rules of business are changing dramatically. The profound shifts in attitudes and mindsets are redefining our notions of what constitutes business success. In Business, there are always milestones but no finish line. As a Leader you have to deliver results day in, day out, relentlessly and consistently. This is because delivering results is what gives an organization energy, builds confidence, and generates resources to go forward. What’s the Strategic Pragmatism to deliver?

As Ram charan calls it in his book ‘Rethinking Competitive Advantage’, whether you’re a CEO, the head of a department, or someone just starting out in your career and hoping to advance, you must be a leader of the business and a leader of people. A leader of the business knows what to do. A leader of people knows how to get it done. 

You make a bet even when you don’t make a bet! Have the courage and conviction to provide focus to succeed and that’s the only rules of business that’s constant.


Hope Theory

Life is complicated. It throws bricks, sand and large complex problems at us at different periods. Achieving your life’s goals despite adversity is in our human nature and all you need is high-Hope. Hope always sustains your motivation.

Hope Theory

Low-Hope people tend to quit and they don’t recognize that Hope is their valuable asset. You Don’t want to be that person.

According to Hope Theory, ‘We can control the outcomes in our future’. In fact we can create a future much better than the past. But how?

By applying the proper mental strategies. In 1991, Charles Snyder developed this Hope Theory through research – Read Snyder’s ‘The Psychology of Hope: You can get there from here’

Remember Hope always opens doors you would never see.

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