Trust those you depend on
Ms Ranjini Manian, Founder and CEO, Global Adjustments.
One teacher I remember, and why: Robin Sharma’s List of Heroes. I made my wish-list and it has resulted in my actually meeting them!
One most valuable work lesson, thus far: Trust those you depend on.
One thing I look for the most in a new recruit: Multi-tasking ability.
One thought from a book that I am currently reading: “One pointed attention is key to success,” from Eknath Easwaran’s Book on Meditation.
One tip for time management: Cut through the knot of the most pressing thing that seems to weigh in your very stomach!
One key thing in my fitness routine: Pranayama.
One signal that tells me there is a problem: When I can’t think of a new idea.
One technique for handling anger: Postpone speech.
One essential ingredient in my investment portfolio: Land.
One good thing about the new generation: Superbly gadget savvy.
One worrying thing about the young: Do they know their roots?
One thing that clinches a deal: Asking sincerely.
One definition of values: Do what you want others to do to you.
One way that I use for resolving conflicts: Mediate.
One favourite activity when travelling: Listening to talks on the Bhagwad Gita on my iPod.
One indicator of performance: Societal admiration.
One macroeconomic variable I keenly watch: Dollar-rupee exchange.
One dream I’d like to chase, later in life: Teach Indian philosophy.
One good way to foster innovation: Adapt learning to your field.
One clue that tells me I’m the leader: There is actually someone following.