(PRWEB) January 09, 2014
Can a shift in thought save a failing economy? Scientist and business leader Ratanjit Sondhe thinks it can, and points to his business as proof. Sondhe said embracing the concept of oneness - the belief that everyone and everything in the universe is interconnected on a fundamental level – was the catalyst for a profound change that took his business from near bankruptcy to immense success.
Oneness thinking, Sondhe said, when practiced in business, is a form of mindful leadership that positions the business and the individuals it touches for success. For entrepreneurs, corporate executives or anyone seeking personal empowerment, Sondhe offers a proven strategy for becoming a successful, inner-directed, mindful leader in an economy sorely in need of exactly that.
A memoir, Sondhe’s book details his early career as a scientist who arrived in America with only eight dollars in his pocket. He started his own business following the advice of others, only to watch things quickly unravel.
Advised by his lawyers and financial experts to file bankruptcy, Sondhe chose instead to act on his inner values. He paid his creditors and restructured his company, and it became an industry leader.
“Though I was the CEO, once we began operating under the oneness paradigm, the real boss was not me, but our shared values system,” Sondhe said. “It positioned us to become conscious capitalists who were laser-focused on discerning how to add not just value, but the highest value, at all times, so we saw opportunities others missed. This kind of edge is exactly what today’s business leaders are seeking.”
For more information, see http://www.onenessbook.com.
“How Oneness Changes Everything: Empowering Business Through 9 Universal Laws”
By Ratanjit Sondhe
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press.
About the author
Ratanjit Singh Sondhe is a business trainer and consultant focused on developing mindful leaders for business cultural transformation. He was the founder and CEO of the international materials science company, POLY-CARB, Inc., which was acquired by The Dow Chemical Company in 2007.
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