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TAC Security founder says golf taught him patience, calls his weekly game a 'mini-vacation'

For Trishneet Arora golf is an opportunity to bond with his brother.

, ET Bureau|
Nov 18, 2019, 06.58 PM IST
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Arora occasionally uses a golf trip as the backdrop for important business meetings.
The founder and CEO of TAC Security shares how the game helps him keep stress at bay and relax with a lush landscape in the middle of the city.

Trishneet Arora, founder and CEO of TAC Security, has been playing golf since he was 23 years old. Although he is busy during the week with his company, he tries to ensure that he does not miss a weekly game of golf every Sunday.

He told ETPanache, "I find golf to be a unique game. It involves mental concentration, not unlike chess. And yet, at the same time, it demands intense physical exertion and fitness. There is also an almost spiritual aspect to being at the golf course, surrounded by a lush, verdant landscape in the middle of the city – like a moment of clarity and peace stolen from the daily hustle-bustle. In a sense, for me, going for a game of golf is like taking a mini-vacation without leaving the city."

Golf is mainly a sibling thing for Arora, an opportunity to connect and bond with his brother.

"I also occasionally use a golf trip as the backdrop for important business meetings. Occasional acquaintances aside, I cherish the opportunity it provides me to forge a stronger bond with my brother," he said.

The game has taught the TAC Security boss many lessons and helped him develop patience. "I am, by nature, extremely restless. I want things done quickly. I want the results as soon as possible. That side of my personality helps me when it comes to innovating new solutions. As a business leader, however, I’ve realised that sometimes good things take time to come to fruition. Golf has helped me cultivate a more patient outlook," he ended.

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