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Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy Warns Starters from Falling into A "Trap

  • Posted on February 25, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy:-
If you are young and starting your professional career, there is no one better to guide you at this frail stage than the man himself, Narayan Murthy. With a career spanning around 5 decades, the founder, CEO, President, Chief Mentor, and more recently, Chairman Emeritus of Infosys, Narayan Murthy, has enough experience and advice up his sleeves; and he has just sent one down your way! He asked the youth to refrain from working at multiple places secretly or opting for work from home. He advised, "My fervent desire and humble desire to youngsters is please don't fall into this trap of I will moonlight, I will do work from home, I will come to office three days in a week." Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy According to him, laziness is an enemy of people kick-starting their careers, and one shouldn't indulge in activities that push them further into the pit.  Born in 1946 in Karnataka, the Padma Vibhushan and Padma Shri awardee had a rough patch before sowing the seeds of his entrepreneurial journey. He mentioned that the unjustified arrest in the Yugoslav-Bulgarian borders in 1974 turned him into a "compassionate capitalist" from a "communist," which laid the founding pillars for the creation of Infosys.  Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy Business Tycoon Narayan Murthy In numerous interviews, Murthy is found talking about embracing "compassionate capitalism" as the way forward. In times of layoffs and economic instability, the words of wisdom from Murthy are noteworthy and can be job-saving for many of the youngsters in the country.  For more updates keep visiting our website where we provide unbiased, true, and top stories of the world.          
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