Grow and Let Others Grow Is The Mantra Of My Life – Vaibhav Mishra

“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” Vaibhav’s simple mantra of life is, “Grow and Let Others Grow. Accept the challenges and convert them into opportunities.” He says, there is nothing impossible in this world when you have a passion […]

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Vaibhav Mishra
Vaibhav Mishra

“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”

Vaibhav’s simple mantra of life is, “Grow and Let Others Grow. Accept the challenges and convert them into opportunities.” He says, there is nothing impossible in this world when you have a passion to achieve your dreams.  The number one rule of helping people should be to find out what’s actually valuable to someone. You may spend time and effort helping someone with something that they didn’t even want help with. Make an effort to ask them where they need help, and keep that in mind when you see an opportunity.

Helping others should be a natural extension of every business leader’s responsibilities. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come as easy as you would think. As leaders, we often get too caught up in operations or our own problems to give people the help they need. Helping others is a great way to spread joy to others and get the most out of life. Whether you’re helping out at home or in your community, there are a number of opportunities you can take advantage of says Vaibhav.

One of the easiest ways to help others is to simply share your knowledge. You don’t have to be in front of a classroom to teach. Every day there is an opportunity to educate someone about your area of expertise. The key is to keep educating yourself so you can stay ahead of the curve.

Mr. Vaibhav Mishra advises future entrepreneurs, he said, “Never say NO to risks and never say NO to learn new things. The digital space is evolving at its speed; you have to increase your speed to catch up with it. The only thing behind my success is my thirst for learning new things. During my failure in boards, if I would have not got self-encouraged, then I would have not been reached at this point. Failure is the first step to success and that I have experienced it. Well, I have my constant supporters like my parents, my sister and friends .

Vaibhav says I have realized that if you do not take a risk, you will never grow. Always try to do something new while you learn new things. ” There are countless reasons to try new things in your life. Trying something new doesn’t mean that you have to risk life and limb. No, trying new things just means you need to experience something different. When you reach important milestones in your personal challenges, it reminds you that you actually set your mind to something and succeeded.  The pride and confidence you get from mastering an important new skill in your chosen activity will stay with you all day, and maybe it will nudge you to think, “If I originally couldn’t accomplish that and I’ve now succeeded, what else am I capable of?

 “Reaching to new heights and doing tougher things easily is what I can call the reason behind my growth,” says Vaibhav.

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