7 Entrepreneurial learnings from Krishna

Lord Krishna's Life is full of lessons and learnings, young entrepreneurs can make relevance with him, not only as mentor but also as fellow entrepreneur.
1.     Its all about Karma
"कर्मण्ये वाधिकारस्ते, मा फलेषु कदा चना मा कर्मा फला हेतुर भुर्माटेय संगोस्ट्वा अकर्मणी" 
Just focus on what you have to do and don’t bother about the consequences. Right or wrong, no matter. Just trust your instincts and go ahead.

2.     Stay Grounded
The very first formula that strikes the chord is their realistic and grounded approach. There are many stories about Lord Krishna who spent his childhood days in a village and later embraced ‘kingship’ clearly suggest how he stay rooted to the ground even when he had the whole world in his hands.

3.     Be True Companion

We have all heard the epic Sudama and Krishna’s friendship tale. Such a true companionship rarely exist nowadays, but if entrepreneurs can adapt this quality even partly, they would surely win over many friends who will stick with them through their thick and thin.

4.     Master of all traits
Krishna was a teacher, an artist, a warrior, a preacher, an ocean of knowledge, a learner, a lover and a master of all those traits of which he was supposed to be. To attain success, you too should master certain specific traits of an entrepreneur: the fighter, the problem solver, the knowledge-seeker, and most importantly, the risk-taker.

5.     Be the Changemaker
Krishna said, Change is law of the universe. What we think of as death, is indeed life. In one instance we can be a millionaire, and in the other instance we can be steeped in poverty. Yours or mine, big and small – erase these ideas from mind; then everything is yours and you belong to everyone.

6.      Communicate Better
Beginning from his childhood days, Krishna was a great communicator; we all have heard tales of his mischievous yet smart doings. He knew what it takes to convince people and sell your ideas. This is precisely what every entrepreneur should master as well.

7.      Live in Present
Whatever happened, happened for the good; whatever is happening, is happening for the good; whatever will happen, will also happen for the good only. We need not to have any regrets for the past. We need not to worry for the future. The present is happening. Live the present.

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