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At Business Breakthrough Seminar, Rajiv Talreja will help entrepreneurs take right steps to scale their business

Talreja took his learnings from real-life achievers and turned them into simple and practical steps for struggling entrepreneurs.

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Updated: Dec 16, 2019, 03.31 PM IST
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Rajiv Talreja, one of India’s leading business coaches and author of 'Lead or Bleed', has been instrumental in helping thousands of entrepreneurs across India transform their business results.
Do you feel when it comes to your business, you are always in fire-fighting mode? Are you playing the game for month-on-month survival? The truth is that entrepreneurs start their business journey with a big vision and large aspirations and then they face challenges and things don’t go as per plan.

Rajiv Talreja, one of India’s leading business coaches and author of 'Lead or Bleed', has been instrumental in helping thousands of entrepreneurs across India transform their business results. Most ventures struggle because there is only one driving force behind every function. Be it marketing, sales, operations, customer service, accounts, human resources or management, the business owner is leading the way in everything, which is what kills growth. Talreja came to this conclusion after interviewing 300 CEOs and business leaders from across verticals to find answers to two questions:
1. What is the psychology required to build a successful business?
2. What are the systems required for entrepreneurs to build their business from small to big?

He took his learnings from real-life achievers and turned them into simple and practical steps for struggling entrepreneurs. According to Talreja, one must understand the psychology and the systems required and make changes that will transform the fortune of a business.

Talreja says that in any business, if too many activities and initiatives are dependent on the business owner, then most of them won’t be done with consistency. To produce results, says Talreja, one requires focus and consistency. And business owners who have too much on their plate, usually are too busy fire-fighting or tackling crises.

​Rajiv Talreja is one of India’s leading business coaches and author of 'Lead or Bleed'.
Rajiv Talreja is one of India’s leading business coaches and author of 'Lead or Bleed'.

Entrepreneurs do not realise that by fire-fighting they are only playing the game of survival and strategic growth of the business takes a back seat. In a nutshell, to build a successful business, an entrepreneur has to learn to reduce the dependency on himself. Talreja has been instrumental in helping several Indian businesses adopt best practices and practical systems. At his Business Breakthrough Seminar, he shares the psychology and the focus areas for entrepreneurs to build their business in a manner where it can grow even without them. Entrepreneurs who attend the Business Breakthrough Seminar vouch for the simplicity and effectiveness of what Talreja teaches them. The seminar is being organised by Success Gyan, as part of the CEO and founder Surendran Jayasekar’s vision to ‘bring the world’s best to India and take India’s best to the world’.

These seminars have transformed over a million lives across 11 different cities in India. This Business Breakthrough Seminar is being organised in Mumbai.

Give your business a transformation with the help of Talreja’s Business Breakthrough Seminar.
When: December 19 Where: Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai, from 7 pm to 9.30 pm.
Event registration is free; this offer is valid only for today.
For details call Ganga on 9841308000 or register on www.successgyan.com/bbsmum

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