Top 5  life lessons to learn from Gautam Adani

The Indian businessman, a college dropout who first tried his luck as a diamond trader before turning to coal, this week became the world’s third-richest person.

It’s the first time an Asian person has broken into the top three of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index -- fellow citizen Mukesh Ambani and China’s Jack Ma never made it that far.

The truth is, opportunities are always there; it's just that most of us don't have the eyes to see them. It requires practice and training.

Seize the Opportunity:

If you want to be successful, stick to your value system, and give back to society whenever possible. Adani is a man of an unbending attitude and strong ethics.

Give back to society:

Once, when he visited the then railway minister, Nitish Kumar, he successfully persuaded him to see the importance of integrating ports into the railways and how it will benefit the country and the port owners.

Have good convincing skills:

Adani never went to any big business school to study; he even dropped out of college. He learned by interacting with people, constantly observing the market or trade tricks, and making mistakes.

Learn To Stay Young

Recently, Adani and his family even pledged to donate ₹60000 crores for social causes. Adani firmly believes in his core philosophy of infusing "Growth with Goodness".

Remember Your Values