Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, needs no introduction, has become an idol for the people of all over the world. Here, we provide five success lessons from Sundar Pichai that will help you to shine out in future.
- Be Ambitious: Have Passion for Learning and Growing
Not only setting the goal, but you need to work hard to achieve it and always have the passion for learning new things.
“It is important to follow your dreams and heart. Do something that excites you” – Sundar Pichai
If we look at Sundar Pichai’s earlier life, we can see his life is full of perseverance and hard work. So, when you pick your life goal, be super ambitious from the beginning. As big achievements come after hard work and big aspirations.
- Always Ready to Reinventing Yourself
“You might fail a few times, but that’s ok. You end up doing something worthwhile which you learn a great deal from” – Sundar Pichai
Here comes another success lesson from Mr. Pichai: you have to embrace your life goals. If you fail once, then get ready with another plan. Without losing hope, always try to reinvent yourself and make more effort.
- Learn from Your Failures
According to the Google CEO, failure attempts are also very important to extract the valuable life lessons. As Mr. Pichai believed: if anyone can learn from their previous failures, it can be a very effective learning experience.
“Wear your failure as a badge of honor” – Sundar Pichai
Consider your success and failure are two sides of a coin. If you do not make any fail attempt sometimes, then you are not ambitious.
- Be Innovative and Creative
“Focus on education is a big strength. I want to see the young people focus on the creativity and take more risks” – Sundar Pichai
Now arrives another lesson from the Google CEO: No doubt! Education is the backbone of a society. But at the same time, young people also have to be creative, innovative and always ready to take any risks. As taking any risk broadens the ability to make the outcome better.
- Try to Work with the Smarter People
“It is always good to work with people who make you feel insecure about yourself. That way, you will constantly keep pushing your limits” – Sundar Pichai
Try to work with the smarter people than you, thus you will learn to work smoothly, out of your comfort zone.
- Purba Dutta, Intern/YSSE