Agnelorajesh

BE A MASTER OF YOUR GAME

Becoming a master of your line of work, needs to be the pursuit of all. Very consciously and that's how you get profiled too. It’s doesn't matter how long you have practiced to become a master in what you do. What matters is how effectively you practiced to master what you do. Your mind is a powerful platform to practice whatever you plan to do. Sachin Tendulkar played the bowler in his mind before he actually played him. His mind made him imagine how he would handle each ball and that helped him perform better than others. On any strategy,…

Business Is All About Value Addition

We live in the era of speed and impatience. Once the customer decides to buy your product or service, he wants it immediately; the speed with which you deliver does matter. When a customer books your product, the speed with which you would deliver, would add to his satisfaction and excitement. He would become your testimonial. Speed should not comprise on quality. And quality is not limited only to good looks. It needs to satisfy the needs and expectations of the customer. A good looking watch showing wrong time is of no use. A great looking smart phone with longer…

HABITS TO SUCCESS

How you wake up each Day, defines the rest of your day, especially the thoughts that you get up with. We need to be conscious of what's in our mind the first moment that we wake up. And early waking up has multiple benefits especially in terms of energy levels and enthusiasm. This is the best time to be aware of your goals and what you need to achieve during the day and the rest of your life. This is also the best time to invest at least 30 minutes each for your learning and also for exercise. Both will…

DECISION MAKING

Every living moment is a Moment of decision making. Small decisions and big decisions. Decisions related to our personal life and decisions related to others and the world. But decisions and decisions directly impacting us in some way or the other. Whenever we make decisions, we are used to not taking more than 2 options to decide. This increases the chances of taking the wrong decision. We need to have more options. We also need to ensure that our decision should not only solve short term requirements but they need to play a role in our long term goals. Correct…

EGO, A BOON AND A DOOM.

When I was a college student, someone said, EGO means “EVIL GOING ON” but I said, if handled well, its “EXCITEMENT GOING ON” Let's explore. People destroy themselves when they nurture EGO which is disproportionate to their capability and capacity. For e.g. a sprint runner and winner when overconfident of winning always, loses in a marathon, it’s his ego which destroys him. In the next sprint run, he loses because now he has lost his confidence. We need to play the game which matches our capabilities and our expectations. A ego drive to beat someone else, makes us forget his…

Objection Handling During Sales

We all are always into a sales mode. Irrespective of whether we are actually selling something or not. But during an actual sale, the prospects would be of different kinds and would have variety of formats of objections. How to handle them is what we need to understand and move forward accordingly. A prospect who is very silent. In such cases we need to make him ask questions and make him communicate. If we keep talking it won't serve the purpose. A prospect who knows a lot will always talk a lot and make u listen. Such times u need…

Leverage Professional Networking to go beyond Leads and Referrals Business

(Mr. AgneloRajesh Athaide, Global Citizen, Serial & Social Entrepreneur, Real Estate Developer, Educationist, Angel Investor & Motivational Speaker) The past decade has seen a wave of disruptive entrepreneurship across sectors, thanks to factors like technology enhancements, pro-SME/MSME government policies, open international trade opportunities, and focus on skill development and vocational training. According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) India Report 2016-17, prepared by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI) and its associates, 11% of India's adult population is engaged in "total early-stage entrepreneurial activity (TEA)", which makes them first generation business entrepreneurs. India’s Start-up ecosystem is one of the fastest…