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The Foundation of Success: Concentration, Consistency and Cooperative Endeavour

Drishtikon: A Management Journal

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2011
Author(s) Name: A Parthasarathy
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Individuals and Corporations everywhere are searching for means to improve productivity and achieve success. Educational institutions deliver larger amounts of information to the students in a hope to achieve higher standards of concentration and efficiency. Yet only a few graduates are able to substantially apply their education to become industry leaders. What separates these few from the others? Efficient action requires three essential disciplines – concentration, consistency and cooperative endeavour. This paper analyses the human constitution to derive the definition of concentration and consistency. Concentration is the technique exercised by the intellect to hold the mind on the present occupation without allowing it to slip into the past or future. Consistency is the intellectual ability to direct all actions towards a chosen idea. Combining these two disciplines with cooperative endeavour, an individual or organisation can achieve success in any field of endeavour. Key words: Success, body, mind, intellect, efficient action, Concentration, consistency, cooperative endeavour, past, present, future.

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