In this video billionaire Dr. Bharat Sangani shares on stage in Singapore at an event our Family Office Club hosted at the Raffles Hotel there on how he built a $1B+ organization that now employees over 4,000 team members. Dr. Sangani has spoken at over 15 of our events to date, he has been a client for over 10 years, and we have closed on 17 transactions together. He has taught me how to listen, how to save time in negotiations, new ways to structure deals, and to enjoy the process while building a large organization.
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1) What is the #1 most costly mistake you have made, seen many investors make, or business owners make that could be avoided?
I had no ‘mentor’ and I had no ‘vision’ initially. Investment started as an accident, and it was a long time before I even could think of creating a vision. I would request that everyone have a written investment program and a ‘mentor’ that one wants to be like that person.
2) What is the most valuable strategy, worth far more than $1 million, that you wish someone provided you with early on that you can share here?
Besides having a written investment plan and a ‘mentor’, I would recommend that one takes a long term view on investment and not blindly follow what friends are doing and enter investments which one does not understand and last but not the least, try not to plan to be reach quick as it almost never works.
3) What was the major turning point, point of increased momentum, or strategic choke point, that once you acquired or completed, made everything you were doing surge forward?
Initial success in one’s investment carrier is very important and once you start playing with house money, it becomes relatively easier. To get earlier success, you need a planned investment with long term horizon and approved by a ‘mentor’.