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Take the stones people throw at you, and use them to build a monument
I don't believe in taking right decisions. I take decisions and then make them right.
If you want to walk fast, walk alone. But if you want to walk far, walk together
Ups and downs in life are very important to keep us going, because a straight line even in an ECG means we are not alive
None can destroy iron, but its own rust can! Likewise none can destroy a person, but its own mindset can!
I admire people who are very successful. But if that success has been achieved through too much ruthlessness, then I may admire that person, but I can't respect him.
I may have hurt some people along the way, but I would like to be seen as somebody who has done his best to do the right thing for any situation and not compromised.
I don't believe in taking right decisions.
Business need to go beyond the interest of their companies to the communities they serve.
I have been constantly telling people to encourage people, to question the unquestioned and not to be ashamed to bring up new ideas, new processes to get things done.
The day I am not able to fly will be a sad day for me.
There are many things that, if I have to relive, maybe I will do it another way. But I would not like to look back and think what I have not been able to.
I have also made this a point in our company: We need to stop taking baby steps and start thinking globally. It really seems to be helping.
Power and wealth are not two of my main stakes.
Young entrepreneurs will make a difference in the Indian ecosystem.
I have always been very confident and very upbeat about the future potential of India. I think it is a great country with great potential.
I would say that one of the things I wish I could do differently would be to be more outgoing.
If it stands the test of public scrutiny, do it... if it doesn't stand the test of public scrutiny then don't do it.
I will certainly not join politics. I would like to be remembered as a clean businessman who has not partaken in any twists and turns beneath the surface, and one who has been reasonably successful.
IT and the entire communications business clearly have the greatest potential for growth. But if you're talking about sheer size, the steel and auto industries will remain at the top.
I think the environment has become more competitive. That has made Indian industry more concerned with a) its customers, b) the quality of its products, and c) its brand image in the marketplace.
The strong live and the weak die. There is some bloodshed, and out of it emerges a much leaner industry, which tends to survive.
I have two or three cars that I like, but today, Ferrari would be the best car I have driven in terms of being an impressive car.
What I would like to do is to leave behind a sustainable entity of a set of companies that operate in an exemplary manner in terms of ethics, values and continue what our ancestors left behind.
At Tatas, we believe that if we are not among the top three in an industry, we should look seriously at what it would take to become one of the top three players.. or think about exiting the industry
People of great power wield great power, but people of lesser power or people who have fallen out of power go to jail without adequate evidence, or their bodies are found in the trunks of cars.
Indian car buyers have not really been exposed to customer care in a competitive environment.
My most visible goal is to do something in nutrition to children in India, and pregnant mothers. Because that would change the mental and physical health of our population in years to come.