What he teaches is essentially a mix of psychological, yogic and meditation exercises tinged with the latest management jargon.
He is the latest Guru on the corporate scene. And his program on Stress and Creativity are being lapped up by executives from top-notch companies.
TOI does a poll on who talks the talk best. Swamiji tops the list on all counts. This is one man who has the abillity to reach out to every member in the audience. Swamiji is erudite, often lyrically so. His programs have been consciously designed to suit the widest spectrum of people, to keep metaphysical and semantic speculations to the minimum.
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Swamiji adopts interactive mode than preaching or discourse mode so that the individual
comes out to enquire into the problems or situations with openness and seek their own
solutions. He uses objective perception of human problems, realities of life, relationships
and situations encountered in life.
Swamiji is clear about what ails the corporate world and its generals; the soul-sapping
constant struggle to be one up on the competitor. He is attempting what no corporate guru
has ever tried; reconcile two conflicting objectives. Be a gladiator in the violence-filled
arena of corporate competition and yet be at peace within.
Swamiji reveals mentally and socially challenging tasks important to success such as
decision making, the divine principle of worldly achievement, mind management and
powerful art of goal setting.
SWAMI SUKHABODHANANDA is the founder chairman of Prasanna Trust. Swamiji is not only one of the most respected spiritual leaders of the country but is also popularly known as ‘the Corporate Guru’ among his followers. His expertise lies in synthesising the ancient wisdom of the East with the modern vision of the West. He appeals to both young and old, across a wide spectrum of society.