Ritesh Agarwal: The Obstacle Whiz
Have you ever thought why a customer is called king? Why only a few people are able to multiply their customers on a larger scale? The skill of problem-solving which is possessed by only a few is simple. Satisfying all the requirements and demands of customers which may range from a pin to a plane plays an important role.
Do you think this is the only skill you are expected to have as an entrepreneur? Well, no. As an entrepreneur you need to be a persistent leader with good communication, and be great in sales and marketing skills. We always assume an entrepreneur to be a talented college dropout or a seasoned businessman predicting new path-breaking strategies. Absolutely not. Successful entrepreneurs are recognized for their great minds and ideologies. But is this skill really important? Surely it has immense value not only in terms of customer satisfaction but also makes an entrepreneur proactive internally, which definitely reflects positively on the business and success. This skill proves to be a valuable and trusted asset for any business. It is well-known that most appreciations are received by those solutions and efforts which benefit the masses.
Ritesh Agarwal, an 18-year-young boy, observed the problem and adapted the solution as his business model by launching OYO Rooms.
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Neha Karekar is a certified trainer, a psychologist and an author. She has a Masters in Pali, Masters in Psychology and a Masters in Buddhist Studies. She loves to train people in the holistic way. She is the practising company secretary and CEO of Neha Karekar & Associates which has trained more than 5000 people till date.