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Sudhir Choudhrie and Building Amazing Businesses

by Chris Holden - September 15th, 2019.
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There is a lot to learn from Sudhir Choudhrie.

Sudhir Choudhrie is an individual that many people may not know. At the same time, he is an individual that a significant portion of powerful would know because of his interactions with them.

He sold TV components to the Indian government and then went into more sales in other aspects. Individuals may not know that Sudhir Choudhrie professionalized and created a company called Magnum International Trading in the early 1970s. He was only focused on one thing, exports. He had a special penchant for this market because of his background and what he learned in his early days in business.

He progressed to becoming a billionaire and is now on several boards, including investing companies across the world. He had the privilege of being honored by many different politicians.

It is likely that he learned about different key principles while in business. Being selfless is one of the reasons.

Selfishness Doesn’t Only Hinder Professional Growth for Employees

The notion of CEOs being in the limelight also has detrimental effects on their employees that go beyond a hindrance on professional growth. Take Walmart, for instance. Despite being operated by the wealthiest family in the U.S. and posting $129 billion in profits just last year, the workers don’t get the respect of receiving even $15 an hour.

Sudhir Choudhrie would see that the example of Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos is also well known, where despite being the richest man in the world even after parting ways with a portion of his fortune in his divorce, his company’s employees may not get the right competitive rates that some would expect.

Bezos is more invested in launching a space tourism business than paying his employees a living wage. He knows that there are large opportunities to tackle within the world and pursues it.

This all goes to show that when you let celebrity and selfishness take over your responsibility as a leader, then it could have life-altering effects on your employees while leaving your legacy among several questions of morals.

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