Sadhguru Tips: The definition of success is different for all of us and people also make different efforts to achieve it. Generally, you would see that successful people have a lot of worry on their faces because they have to maintain that success further. Sadhguru has always been telling some things that no one has ever told and recently while talking to people he said that we should not show the definition of success that successful people are tired because then it gives the wrong message. That’s why he has shown a new way to convey the definition of success to the people.
Sadhguru Tips: Jaggi Vasudev talks about success
A new video was posted on the Instagram account of Sadhguru which showed him addressing people about the definition of success. He said, “Successful people in the world are carrying the most stressed-out faces on the planet. This is a wrong message.” He said that if you’re handling a family business then you shouldn’t convey this wrong message to your children.
He further said that people should show that success is the most joyful thing that can happen to a person so that everyone will think that success looks joyful. Sadhguru weighed on conveying the message that success is all about joy so that the next generation will get inspired to become successful in their life. The video further shows him meeting the audience who came to listen to him.
Sadhguru on working hours for a person
Working seventy hours won’t be enough, according to Sadhguru, if you are doing what you love, making something meaningful, and accomplishing something very important. According to him, if your job is only to make ends meet, you will always look for methods to cut back on hours; however, if your work has meaning, you shouldn’t set aside specific hours for work.
He backed up Narayan Murthy’s claim, stating that he worked 70 hours a week since he was aware of the state of India and wanted everyone to be able to live comfortably. According to Sadhguru, Narayan Murthy made his comment to advance the nation because a lot of workers put in 12–14 hours a day to advance the development of other nations.