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MindRush 2014
Jamling Tenzing Norgay.

In an interview with  Anand Adhikari on the sidelines of the BT-MindRush event in New Delhi recently, Jamling discusses the similarity between business and mountaineering, among other things.

Says Ram Charan, who advises some of the world's best-known and most successful CEOs.
Some of India's best CEOs shared leadership lessons with an eager audience of their peers at BT MindRush.
Doraiswamy said there are seven important mantras to take care of the biggest asset we have-the brain-and keep it healthy.
Naina Lal Kidwai, chairperson of HSBC India said that the menace of black money must be tackled not just at the top level but at the lowest levels of the government.
You can always improve your cognitive skills and abilities, said experts Peter Docker and P. Murali Doraiswamy at BT MindRush.
The two-day Business Today MindRush 2014 offered huge takeaways for corporate leaders on how to stay at the top of their game at all times.
Jamling said he relied on his support team, primarily the Sherpas to get on the top of the mountain.
"It is important to have a burning desire, and to be passionate about your dreams", said Mt. Everest climber Jamling Tenzing Norgay.
Docker conducted a more than two-hour session that was intended to make leaders aware of how the brain works and how to engage in Right-to-Left thinking.
"There is a culture of entitlement versus the culture of performance. We believe in the culture of performance. Nobody takes anything for granted," said TCS CEO.