Thursday, August 7, 2008

It's in your head



I agree with the view that growth and progress is strongly and primarily influenced by the state of mind and attitude . Traditional analysis places way too much emphasis on 'external' factors . History provides ample evidence of individuals , groups , companies , regions and countries who have overcome seemingly insurmountable odds to create meaningful success .

Perhaps one way when corporates have their review meetings their powerpoint slides will have a section on 'our state of mind' in addition to the sections on economy , markets , currency , inflation , competition.....

3 comments:

Arvind said...

Makes so much sense.

ARVIND KAUL

RAHUL AITHAL said...

Yup.

Rahul

Neelakantan said...

This is true at every level. For starters, you need an open mind, positive mind and a lot of self belief.