Today is Ratan Tata’s 86th birthday! These are ten well-known sayings by the most modest business magnate in India.

Today is Ratan Tata's 86th birthday

Today is Ratan Tata’s 86th birthday -Today was business mogul Ratan Tata’s 86th birthday. On December 28, 1937, he was born in Mumbai, India, to Naval and Sooni Tata. Entrepreneur, industrialist, and chairman emeritus of Tata Sons is widely recognised for his national and worldwide charitable endeavours.

Two of India’s highest civilian honours, the Padma Vibhushan (2008) and Padma Bhushan (2000), have been given to Ratan Tata in recognition of his enormous contributions to the country’s development.

Ratan Tata, happy birthday! Ten motivational sayings from business magnate

1) “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.”

2) “You’ll understand eventually that material possessions are meaningless. The welfare of the ones you love is all that counts.”

3) “The best managers are those most interested in surround themselves with assistants and collaborators smarter than they are.”

4) “I reject the idea of a work-life equilibrium. I support the merging of work and life. Give both your life and your work purpose and fulfilment, and they will enhance one another.”

5) “Taking no risks at all is the biggest risk. Avoiding risks is the only strategy that is sure to fail in a world that is changing rapidly.”

6) “Be resilient and persistent in the face of difficulties, for they are the building blocks of success.”

7) “Never overlook the power of kindness, compassion, and empathy in your interactions with others.”

History has demonstrated that optimism and courage can spread like wildfire, so never undervalue the impact you can have even though you may not always be able to fix all of the world’s issues or have a pleasant life.”

9) “Leadership involves taking responsibility, not making excuses.”

10) “Create your own opportunities instead of waiting for them to present themselves.

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