"I've founded five businesses, taken one public, and read hundreds of books on management. What amazes me is Swamiji's ability to cover all that and more in one seminar, and in a way that is directly applicable in one's life and business."
Brett A. Hurt
Founder of Bazaarvoice and Coremetrics; Central Texas Entrepreneur of the Year; Startup Investor (Hurt Family Investments)
"He dangles the possibility of being both less stressed and more productive."
"If I had any dilemmas in my mind, whether it was in business or family, I would speak to Swamiji about it. He has such clear answers."
MD Jindal Steel & Power, Forbes Asia Top 50 Company, India
"I am pleased to advise you that our Education Programme for 2003 was voted the ‘Best International Programme’ at the recent YPO Global Leadership Conference in London…As a resource to our programme you [Swami Parthasarathy] have been an integral part of this success."
Harry A. Xydas
Chapter Chair, W. Australian Chapter, YPO.
"While the Swami may wear sandals rather than grey shoes, his insight into the plagues of the modern corporate world are at first staggering and later seem obvious."
South Africa’s National Financial Daily, Sunday, August 22, 2004.
"Your seminars on The Science of Productivity and the Technique of Time Management received an outstanding response, as demonstrated from the feedback by students, faculty and staff who attended the presentations."
Dipak Jain, Dean
J.L. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.
"Time spent with Swamiji and Vedanta allows you to remove the veil through which you experience everyday life and become exposed to a world of positive living, action and peace."
CEO Ernst & Young Africa, South Africa
"I attribute my studies (of Vedanta) to improving the skills I need as a leader. My clarity of purpose is sharper than it has ever been in my life."
Chairman and CEO of Sandstone Group, quoted in Forbes Magazine.
"The essence of Vedanta for business people is to throw yourself into the action and to fully play the part, but not to become so involved and attached to the outcome that your judgement gets impacted and you lose objectivity."
Chief executive of retail investment advisory firm Reza Investment Group, quoted in Forbes Magazine.
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