Essentially, whoever is successful, whoever is going to do things that make a difference, is going to be talked about.
China and India will, separately and together, unleash an explosion of demand.
My big advantage was to have my father accept me as first-generation.
I personally think that money can do very little. And this has been my experience all across.
Everybody has equal opportunity, and I think that is true for everything.
I think that our fundamental belief is that for us growth is a way of life and we have to grow at all times.
All of us, in a sense, struggle continuously all the time, because we never get what we want. The important thing which I've really learned is how do you not give up, because you never succeed in the first attempt.
You have to manage money. Particularly with market economies. You may have a great product, but if your bottom line goes bust, then that's it.
I don't think that ambition should not be in the dictionary of entrepreneurs. But our ambition should be realistic. You have to realise that you can't do everything.
The organizational architecture is really that a centipede walks on hundred legs and one or two don't count. So if I lose one or two legs, the process will go on, the organization will go on, the growth will go on.