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Say yes for the sake of formality but when

 Being informal is not a bad idea. Being hundred percent informal may break your business into pieces. Building a business requires to gather hundreds of bits and pieces. It takes sweat and build and unknowingly you break it when you are hundred percent informal. Being too much informal is sound rigid even if you don't mean then too a client, a customer, a support staff may consider you dominating or arrogant. Building a business requires partnerships not one but many. The legendary cricketer Sir SR Tendulkar has mentioned in many interviews, 'cricket is about partnerships and its not only cricket, life is about partnerships.'  Being realistic is fine but being too realistic can break that partnership that you have built over years. Relationship building is a task. And just for one small reason which may even be not reason you can break a beautiful partnership with a potential prospect. People in and around me are often happy in my company. Together we enjoy pretty good tim

Learn to read

Do not read to learn. Kids go school for reading and comeback exhausted. In many higher education institutions Ph.D candidates read and compile thesis based on how much they have learnt based from reading over say 3 or 5 years or may be more sometime with grant or without grant. Often I have seen one trend the people who impress you own many books, think any name that come to your mind and check what the person read. You will find a coal business person may have books on literature. A mathematics professor may have books of archeology. Talk to them. Often you will find the person attached with a certain profession can only speak or debate around that area only. Or discuss something random and you will be taken that certain area of work or passion. Consider sports. Cricket. Jonty  Rhodes best fielder and enjoys water sports.  The successful people are open, they learn from everywhere and apply those ideas in personal development and profession. No matter how many money making classes yo

How to build a business with minimum resources

Note: This article is not for everyone. Read at your own risk. Farmers' protests are ongoing in India. Precisely Indian Capital New Delhi is filled with farmers, protesters and supporters. In childhood, I learnt from text books that India is Agrarian Economy. And justified this statement my own ways, the young kid in me.  If I walk from my home towards East may be 10s of Kms then there is all land, land for agriculture, towards West its all forest, towards South may be forest with Lions but if I go towards North 7 km then there is market and Railways. So less railways/market, more land and hence India's economy is based on agriculture. Though this supposition was purely childish. But in my teens I realized its not untrue either. Geography was there to prove the facts. And to my surprise later I learnt boys and girls learn Agriculture as a Subject and then got to know Ag Sci is also taught in America. For me land was something on which I will work to buy my dream car.  Hey, that