Management lesson: Meaning of Lord Ganesha's each body parts
Posted: Aug 28, 2017
The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. Each part of his body and everything associated with him has a significance that can be related to our professional challenges.
The big head of Lord Ganesha indicates a big brain within the big head. It tells us we have to think big. Only then can we achieve success. It is these big thoughts that are processed into actions, which is later seen as successful achievements.
Small eyes is a sign of focus. The management has to be focused on its target. Any kind of distraction from the target can result in failure. So remain focused and work towards the goal with a sharp eye says the small eyes of Lord Ganesha. bollywood celebs on ganesh chaturthi
The long nose of Lord Ganesha suggests that one should be able to smell from a long distance, i.e. smell into the future. The management should smell the dangers or opportunities that are coming up well in advance. Just like the trunk of the Lord can be moved into any direction the management should smell into all directions to detect where the opportunities are coming from and which is the dangerous zone and tread accordingly into the direction of success.
The stomach indicates digestion. A big stomach like that of Lord Ganesha can digest a lot of things, rather everything. A manager should be able to digest any kind of news good or bad. Whether it is objections, disappointments or hardships, digest all resentments and hatred and move ahead until the goal is achieved.
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