Many people wish to achieve success in their lives, however, only a few have a plan and even fewer have the gumption to act.
Having led multiple successful and large organizations over the last 20 years, Abhishek believes that leadership and innovation require a set of impeccable values that are to be respected and followed at all times. He abides by a code of conduct that not only guides them in challenging times but also helps to keep the fire of passion and motivation burning. He follows a set of principles based on The Rule of 3I's. They are Intent, Integrity, and Intelligence.
His life has been thoroughly aligned with this philosophy and in all personal and professional interactions, he follows this rule. When an individual works collectively on these three frameworks, they can easily maneuver the tumultuous waters of life.
Let me tell you about a young man who dropped out of his Ph.D. program at Stanford and went on to start his entrepreneurial career. At the first glance, making such a move doesn't sound very intentional. If anything, it may look like this young man’s intentions were quite questionable! But stay with me on this, you’ll like where the story goes.
John Carpenter. Does that name ring a bell? To some of you, it might. A few years ago, a video featuring John Carpenter went viral on the internet. He was the first top prize winner on the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Carpenter stood out at a time when no one had managed to win the legendary prize. Not only did he win it, but he advanced through the game without using any of his lifelines. Lifelines are options that the game gives you to seek external help in the event you don't know the answer.
How would you define integrity? After doing a bit of research myself, I found the following definitions: “Moral soundness.” “The firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values.” “The concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations, and outcomes. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one's actions.”