Rajen Jani, Once Upon A Time: 100 Management Stories Quotes
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Time well-spent is life well-lived.
Relationships are built on trust.
Time management is essential for a work-life balance.
Compromise makes relationships survive.
Sometimes, changing circumstances also changes relationships.
Good times don’t last and bad times don’t stay forever.
Change is difficult, since it challenges the status quo.
Perseverance guarantees success.
Strategy is influenced by circumstances.
Knowledge is something that fire cannot burn, water cannot wet, air cannot dry, thieves cannot steal, and the more you spend the more it increases.
In relationships, the cheater is unable to trust anyone, including the cheated.
Experience is costly knowledge.
Only time can reveal the future.
Strategy can turn a losing battle into a winning battle.
The winning strategy is the one that successfully adapts to the changing circumstances of time, place, and person.
Change is possible only if the top management agrees.
Those benefiting from the status quo, resist change.
Relationships need to be valued today, for tomorrow is uncertain.
Knowledge if churned like milk, results in the butter of wisdom.
Reasoning culminates in gaining knowledge.
Time should be spent happily without regrets.
Intelligent efforts are successful.
Unwise application of knowledge is dangerous.
Strategy can win over tricky situations.
Over time, repetition brings perfection, which brings success.
Sometimes a problem itself offers its own solution.
A clear mind achieves success.
Some problems are imaginary and not real.
With a common ground, solution of problems is easy.
Leaders prioritize what they want.
Improvements enable adapting to new situations.
Addressing the interests of the audience, results in effective communication.
Anger creates distances that shouting increases.
The wise communicate in subtle ways.
For further communication, previous communication may be archived or discarded.
Even if all communication from everyone is followed, yet one cannot please everyone.
The customer always comes first.
Actions undertaken in anger, only result in pain, sorrow, and regret.
Quality products and personalized attention secures retail customers.
Mutual respect is an integral part of communication.
Going out of the way for a customer increases sales.
Workers can offer guidance for improving the work.
Customer complaints need to be addressed effectively.
Improvement combines effectiveness with simplicity.
Even a child can offer ideas for improvement.
Leaders rule hearts, not people.
Angry issues need settling time.
Investor confidence rests on leaders who deliver.
Some leaders lead from the front.
Adverse situations used advantageously can offer solutions to problems.