Diwali resolutions for continued growth and prosperity

Diwali resolutions for continued growth and prosperity

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GlobalLinker Staff

GlobalLinker Staff

28 Oct 2016, 11:35 — 3 min read

The festival of Diwali signifies the victory of good over evil, faithfulness over treachery, knowledge over ignorance, and light over darkness. Specially in India, it is a festival of great significance for entrepreneurs and business owners and marks a new beginning for them. Cleaning and decorating offices, appointing new books and ledgers and performing rituals, are general practices observed during this festive season.

This Diwali, you might appoint new books and ledgers, see your office premises getting decorated, but here are some internal resolutions that will ensure continued growth and prosperity for your business.

 

Create a positive environment

It is human nature to develop a grudge or resentment against your business partners, team and even clients, but it is entrepreneurial wisdom to become more thoughtful about its implications and respond.

Take time to cultivate healthy discussions with them. Invite them to festive get-togethers and add a personal touch to your business dealings. People are more likely to do business with the people they like, and in your case you need to maintain a healthy and positive relationship with everyone.

 

Welcome members to your family

You all have a family to which you are the most loyal. So let this occasion be a chance to extend this family. Make your team feel that the relationship you share with them is not only professional but has personal strings attached. It is rightly said that your employees are your most valuable asset, and what better way than to make these assets feel like family.

 

Be a “Go Giver” 

We’ve always been taught to possess a “go getter” attitude, but very less people understand how fruitful it can be to be a “go giver”. Try reducing “what can you do for me?” in your conversations and adapt to the “what can I do for you?” attitude. Entrepreneurs who give more aren’t just happier, but also achieve higher levels of success and favourable results.

 

Keep it regular & not occasional

Most importantly, all of this shouldn’t be a yearly event. Just like any other audit or monthly strategy meetings, these steps and strategies should be adopted and monitored at regular intervals.

 

So this festive season, don’t just celebrate Diwali, but also your big business dream, and don’t forget to spread happiness, equally. Watch the video below and Iss Diwali #KhushiyanBarabarBaaton.

 

 

 

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