Top 50 Inspiring Quotes by N. R. Narayana Murthy


Nagawara Ramarao Narayan Murthy
(Born. 1946) : Former Chairman and Chief Mentor of Infosys Technologies. He is the most Prominent information technology leader of modern India.

In so many competitive examinations, the quotes related  questions of great persons are being asked frequently. Having this in the mind, here the collection of 50 quotes from the quotations of Mahatma Gandhi is given below.




1. I've always enjoyed mathematics. It is the most precise and concise way of expressing any idea.
2. Kumar Mangalam Birla is one of the most respected business persons.
3. Our assets walk out of the door each evening. We have to make sure that they come back the next morning.
4. Performance leads to recognition. Recognition brings respect. Respect enhances power. Humility and grace in one's moments of power enhances dignity of an organisation,
5. A professorship appeals very much because I enjoy being with younger people.
6. Character + Chance = Success

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7. Respect, recognition, and reward flow out of performance.
8. Science is about unravelling nature.
9. The future of any corporation is as good as the value system of the leaders and followers in the organization.
10. The lack of financial strength to avail healthcare is a major challenge.
11. Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as staying stuck where you do not belong.
12. I am a believer in the adage - performance leads to recognition, recognition leads to respect and respect leads to power.
13. I am a man in a hurry.
14. Leading by example is the most powerful advice you can give to anybody.
15. Mahatma Gandhi was someone who demonstrated the tremendous power of leadership by example.
16. Today, the biggest bottleneck to the growth of a corporation is availability of good talent.
17. We all, as engineers, doctors, have a big responsibility to bring smiles on the faces of suffering humanity.
18. The unique instrument to eradicate poverty and usher in prosperity is our youth.
19. Investment in training is a huge necessity for knowledge-based corporations.
20. It is a well-known fact that bringing in technologies in retail sector is good for consumers.
21. A great leader also has the ability to make people an inch taller in his presence.
22. Clearly, healthcare is a very important sector.
23. I think people like Bill Gates, who have given away enormous sums of money, are shining examples for all of us to follow.
24. Nobody is bothered about an institution more than its alumni.
25. I do not believe in any legacy. The past is dead and gone.
26. Even the most dishonest officer would want to be seen as a role model for his children.
27. The real power of money is the power to give it away.
28. You do not have to be the son of a rich man to be an entrepreneur. Today kids are far more willing to take risks because they've seen high rewards.
29. I have known Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla for a long time. He is a good man. He is a decent man.
30. I have no desire to enter politics. Because I am not suited for that.
31. A clear conscience is the softest pillow in the world.
32. Entrepreneurship is all about deferred gratification.
33. My passion is to create a better society for our future citizens.
34. I think India has several advantages in the knowledge sector, in the software sector.
35. If England became a world power, it was because of the industrial revolution.
36. You become a star not because of your title; you become a star because you are adding star value to the company
37. I am what we call a 'karma yogi' in Sanskrit. A karma yogi is somebody who believes in data. I collect a lot of data.
38. India needs to sustain its high growth rate.
39. Leadership is about doing the right thing, even if it going against a vast number of naysayers and mediocre people.
40. The velocity of decision making in government was extraordinary slow. It took 18 to 24 months and 15 to 20 trips to Delhi to get a license to import computers.
41. I have always looked at my competencies before accepting any responsibility.
42. In the fullness of time, when it is our turn to give, we must in turn plant gardens that we may never eat the fruit of, which will benefit the generations to come.
43. Progress is often equal to the difference between mind and mindset.
44. Even if a company is taken private, at some stage people want to make it public.
45. I have always focused on the bottom line.
46. I believe all universities should at least offer courses in politics and policy implementation.
47. You need to mesh the voices of people with expertise and meritocracy.
48. It is better to underpromise and overdeliver than vice versa. For this one need not break the law of the land.
49. Organisations with decision-making speed and imagination will thrive as nobody can claim to have a monopoly over creativity.
50. To me, patriotism is about working ethically and wholeheartedly in our chosen field.

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