boss Harsh Mariwala on Wednesday ended the day on an inspiring note as he shared a meaningful quote with his over 911K followers on Twitter. “Perfection is unattainable,” the businessman wrote, adding that instead of aiming for perfection, one must keep trying to improve and be better.
“Work on bettering yourself every single day,” he wrote in a tweet marked as ‘Wednesday Wisdom‘.
I read somewhere that there’s a difference between pursuing perfection and seeking excellence. Perfection is unatta… https://t.co/4AX1ua2AS5
— Harsh Mariwala (@hcmariwala) 1630506540000
Mariwala is pretty active on micro-blogging site and often takes some time out to share the bestest advice with his followers, be it through quotes or through his Twitter series under hash tag ‘Harsh Realities‘ (a clever wordplay on his name), in connection with his newly released book ‘Harsh Realities: The Making of Marico’. The book tells the story of grit, gumption and growth, and of the core values that brought the company, which was founded by Mariwala in 1987, to its current stature.
Earlier today, the billionaire had also asked a very important questions to netizens on the micro-blogging site: “As an entrepreneur, what do you do to take care of your own mental health?”
As an entrepreneur, what do you do to take care of your own mental health?
— Harsh Mariwala (@hcmariwala) 1630476540000
Given how the pandemic has taken a major toll on everyone’s mental health in since last year, the question by the Marico boss kick-started a serious conversation on Twitter.
From hitting the gym to taking their cycles out, people shared all kinds of tricks and remedies they have been using to stay mentally healthy during the Covid crisis.
One user also said how keeping in touch with extended family has helped him remember happy moments and relive them.
@hcmariwala Keep in touch with extended family as they always remind you of the happy moments and help relive them.… https://t.co/pjBH6U3cAC
— Adv Harmeet Dassan (@harmeetdassan) 1630476719000
@hcmariwala Stay away from negative people and remember quote from Krishna “karam karo, phal ki ichhachha mat kar… https://t.co/cvykSdXq2d
— Jitesh Chopra (@jiteshchopra5) 1630508735000
@hcmariwala Sir take out me time for atleast 90 minutes a day and play sports or brisk walk.
— Jatinder Wasan (@JatinderWasan) 1630477147000