MANTRA

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After seeing the title, don't come to conclusion that i am writing reviews abt the Telugu Movie " Mantra"....lol...Being serious, I am here to share about WORK-LIFE BALANCE, the most powerful term in today's Women's Life!!!

Here goes the Mantra of India's Top 25 Powerful Women
My inner growth must match my material growth and achievements. Learning, living and actions. I move in oneness. There is no positive. There is no negative. Simply there “is.”
- Ms. Indu Jain, Chairman, Times Group.

We, in the corporate world, are obsessed with work and tend to sacrifice social commitments to our families and friends. Family and friends bring about a great balance: Make time for them.

- Ms.Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, MD, Biocon.

Understand your strengths; Do what you are good at doing; Have a flexible approach and a set approach to work and life, But go with the flow.
- Ms.Mallika Srinivasan, Director, TAFE.


I was helped immensely by a support structure when I was a young mother. But today, new economy companies offer all employees, not just women, facilities that were not there earlier.
- Ms. Neelam Dhawan, MD, Hewlett- Packard India.


Be like a Buddhist. Be dispassionate about all decisions. Particularly the ones that involve a choice between the hospitals betterment and personal betterment. That way there will be no regrets.
- Ms. Preetha Reddy, MD, Apollo Hospitals.


Merge the two worlds, do not have separate spaces. Go to the beauty parlour on Monday mornings if you need to, and to meetings on Sunday afternoon if you want to.
- Ms. Rama Bijapurkar, Management Consultant.



Enjoy every moment, with a smile and a sparkle in the eye. Do what you love, so work is a passion and relaxation.

- Ms. Swati Piramal, Director, Piramal Healthcare Ltd.


Live like there is a tomorrow in work and live like there is no tomorrow in my personal life.

- Ms. Punitha Arumugam, CEO, Madison Media.


Maintain a daily time schedule and prioritize things depending on the situation. - Ms. Chanda Kochhar, Joint MD, ICICI Bank.

What is a work- life balance. To me work is life.
- Ms. Kalpana Morpuria, CEO, JP Morgan India.



Just don’t give yourself a choice and live life to the fullest.
- Ms.Leena Nair, Executive Director, HUL.



I am good at managing professional time but not personal time.
- Ms. Renu Sud Karnad, Joint Managing Director, HDFC.


Prioritize the needs depending on the situation.
- Ms. Renuka Ramnath, MD, ICICI Venture.



Look at work as life and vice versa.
- Ms. Vinita Bali, Managing Director, Britannia industries.



I don’t work on Saturdays and Sundays. That’s family time for me.
- Ms. Zarina Mehta, Co Founder, UTV.

Define priorities and be very clear about them.
- Ms. Anisha Motwani, Executive VP , Max New York Life Insurance.


Strive to clarify what you want must and prioritize life accordingly.
- Ms. Bharti Gupta Rumola, India leader.



Never to take your work home and vice versa.
- Ms. Deepa Misra Harris, Vice President (Marketing), Taj Hotels.



Don’t feel guilty about being a working Mom.
- Ms. Meena Chaturvedi, Executive Director, PFRDA.



To give your cent percent whether work or home.
- Ms. Meera H. Sanyal, Executive, ABN Amro.



When at work, focus on work. When at home focus on home.
- Ms. Smeeta Neogi, Head Marketing, West Side.



I haven’t discovered the mantra for work life balance – will be happy to learn the secret.
- Ms. Zia Mody , Senior partner, AZB & Partners.

SOURCE: BUSINESS TODAY DATED 19-10-08.

1 comment:

nikil said...

HI,I want to study this book.But i don't have time to read all pages.Your blog help me to know the content.Welldone bai.See you.