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Business Management Tips from Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is the elephant-headed god as per Hindu Mythology. Lord Ganesha is also known as Vinayaka, Vidhnaharta & Mangalmurti. Ganesha is also considered as a remover of all obstacles. God Ganesha is first worshipped God. We can learn a lot of things from Ganesha in professional and personal life.

Lord Ganesha has the unique physique. Each and every body part of Lord Ganesha’s is different. Each organ of their body is very curious. Such as the elephant’s head and trunk, big ears, small eyes, big stomach etc. Even though the form of Shree Ganesha looks diffrent, but in Shree Ganeshaji’s all these organs, there is a special formula attached to business management, and it is necessary to understand it. By trying these formulas of business management connected with Shree Ganesha, you can touch new heights in your business.


Business Management Tips from Lord Ganesha

Shree Ganesha’s Big Head:

Shree Ganesha’s big head teaches that business should always go ahead with big ideas and keep pace with business. We must have a solid plan to pursue our business. Our goal should always be bigger. If our target is bigger and there is a solid plan, then there will be a success in taking a business to new heights.

Shree Ganesha’s Big Ears:

A special formula is hidden in Ganesha’s big ears. Large ears teach that you should always be wary when doing business. We should be aware of every small and big event happening in the field of business. Our information system should be so strong that we should get information about everything influencing our business so that we can make our own strategy on time.

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Shree Ganesha’s Small Eyes:

Shree Ganesha’s small eyes state that business should always go ahead and decide on its own goal. If we are going to start a new business, then our focus should on the target. All with small eyes are very bright and their focus is completely on the target.

Shree Ganesha’s Ekdant:

Lord Shree Ganesh Ji is also called Ekdant because he has only one tooth. One of Ganesha’s teeth tells us that when we start a new business, there should be complete information about it, only then success in business is possible. A broken tooth is a symbol of the resource, that is, even if the resource is low, it can be obtained later, but the complete business information is required.

Shree Ganesha’s Trunk:

Lord Ganesha’s trunk is a special form of business management. As the elephant’s trunk is long, our business contact should be broad and expansive. The clasp of the trunk also has a strong hold, meaning that our grip on the business and the staff should be strong so that in any situation we will not be able to avoid the rivals.

Ganesha’s Vehicle Mice

Rat activity is carving. So it’s a symbol of a bad (bad idea). Shree Ganesha is the god of growth. To increase your business, you should always keep positive thoughts and control the negative thoughts.

Better late than never. So, Let’s take a pledge together on this Ganeshotsav to follow the tips associated with Shree Ganesha’s form for a startup as well as enhancing the existing business.

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!

Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
Hi, I am Shitanshu founder of moneyexcel.com. I am engaged in blogging & Digital Marketing for 10 years. The purpose of this blog is to share my experience, knowledge and help people in managing money.