Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani
A business tycoon and India’s richest person. He is the chairperson, Managing Director and the largest share holder of Reliance Industries Limited. Reliance is a part of Fortune Global 500 Company as well as second most valuable company by market value in India.
Here are 30 advises he have for young emerging entrepreneurs.
- I don’t think that ambition should not be in the dictionary of entrepreneurs. But our ambition should be realistic. You have to realize that you can’t do everything.
2.I am a big believer that technology shapes mankind
3. Challenge negative forces with hope, self-confidence and conviction. I believe that ambition and initiative will ultimately triumph.
4. All of us, in a sense, struggle continuously all the time, because we never get what we want. The important thing which I’ve really learned is how do you not give up, because you never succeed in the first attempt.
5. The organizational architecture is really that a centipede walks on hundred legs and one or two don’t counts. So, if I lose one or two legs, the process will go on, the organization will go on, the growth will go on.
6.I personally think that money can do very little. And this has been my experience all across
7.China and India will, separately and together, unleash an explosion of demand
8. Essentially, whoever is successful, whoever is going to do things that make a difference, is going to be talked about.
9. Between my past, the present and the future, there is one common factor: Relationship and Trust. This is the foundation of our growth
10. Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of self-reliance can be attained by making use of Internet and technology.
11.Relationships and trust. This is the bedrock of life
12. If you work with determination and with perfection, success will follow.
13. I think that our fundamental belief is that for us growth is a way of life and we have to grow at all times.
14. Everybody has equal opportunity and I think that is true for everything.
15. Only when you dream it you can do it.
16. We cannot change our rulers, but we can change the way they rule us
17. If it is Asia today, then the African continent cannot be far behind.
18. Meeting the deadlines is not good enough, beating the deadlines is my expectation.
19. If you’re born poor it’s not your fault but if you die poor it’s your fault.
20. Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions higher. Our commitment deeper. And our efforts greater.
21. If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs
22. Think big, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no one’s monopoly.
23. Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions higher. Our commitment deeper. And our efforts greater.
24. You do not require an invitation to make profits.
25. Pursue your goals even in the face of difficulties, and convert adversities into opportunities
26. True entrepreneurship comes only from risk-taking.
27. Today I see a billion people as a billion potential consumers, an opportunity to generate value for them and to make a return for myself.
28. So, these were the four components of my upbringing – the academic stiff where I was left to myself, Mahendrabhai, my father’s passion for creating Reliance and that last piece was his deep links with the family.
29. My view is to give everyone the space to grow in his own way. When you see restructuring or separations in a family [firm], value has almost always been destroyed. This is the first case where value has been enhanced. In that way it has been a win-win ending.
30. And it has to be non academic. It is easy to be with your kids and say let’s do homework together. But we try to do things, beyond doing lunches and dinners. I learnt that form my father. He was a big nature lover and during our school days, we went to different places every Sunday – we walked through the forest pr had a bath in streams.
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