Wednesday, July 29, 2009



Suskan Consultants, Training, Personality Development, Sales, Management, Performance, in Kolkata, India, West Bengal, Corporate Training, Kanak Jain, Debasis Mukherjee, DM, Suskan, Ask Suskan, AskSuskan: "SANTOSH NAIR, a towering personality in the field of corporate training, inspirational coaching and motivational skill building. A strong believer in productive performance and implementation of knowledge, he has been continuously setting up milestones in the field of training and development not just through his powerful, energetic and vivacious personality but also through his ability to relate directly to the hearts of the masses, quite evidently because of his humble background."

An idol to many, he has a track record of constantly moving ahead in life with lightening speed, no matter what the situation and has achieved paramount success in all his endeavors, throughout his career of more than 2 decades. Over the years, Santosh Nair has brought about revolutionary changes in the minds of many a lives, through his power packed, thought provoking and highly inspirational training programmes, thus helping them build life skills, develop strong attitudes, motivating individuals to constantly enhance their knowledge wealth and also guiding people develop strong habits by training them in a variety of areas that has helped ordinary individuals achieve the extra ordinary.

AND MY DEAR FRIENDS,I am a huge fan of Mr. Santosh Nair having had the fortune of being with him through the training that he imparted for FREE INDIA CONCEPTS at Mumbai in Junew, 2003.Hat's off to him...

Friday, July 10, 2009

How To Become A Leader in MLM


Hey, friends! One of the surest ways to achieve success in life is to become a leader in your chosen field of Network Marketing. Many people shy away from the thought of being a leader because they don't feel that they have the natural confidence or ability to lead others, but there is a secret to becoming a great leader…


The secret to becoming a great leader is to understand that most leaders started out by being 'Intelligent Followers'.

An intelligent follower is someone who:

1. Chooses the right leader to follow

2. Listens and learns from the person he/ she is following

3. Takes actions and applies the things he/ she learns

Once you start using this process you will discover that leadership is a skill like any other and that you can learn to be a great leader.

So today I'd like to encourage you to make the decision to become a leader in your chosen field of Multi Level Marketing (MLM).

Start by identifying someone in your area who has achieved the position you want to achieve and who conducts himself/ herself with integrity. Next, learn as much as you can by observing and listening to the person you have chosen to follow. If you don't have personal access to them, subscribe to their blogs and follow them on Twitter to gain an insight into the way they think.

Finally, the most important step of all is to apply the ideas and strategies that you learn in your field of MLM. One of my favorite quotes of all times is the one that Anthony says:

“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do."
- Goethe

By being an intelligent follower, you will rapidly gain the skills and experience that you need to become a great leader in your own right.

For more details one can also refer to what Anthony says in his book – The Oracle’s Secret.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

"Healthy Business Life" - Views of Abraham Lincoln


Hey, friends! It's time to ponder over a bit about a healthy business life... Read the super views of a great man...

"You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down.
You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred..
You cannot build character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and independence.
You cannot help people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves.

...Abraham Lincoln"