Mahatma Gandhi is an idol for everyone irrespective of their religion, caste, gender, occupation, and country. From India to the USA, Srinagar to Sriharikota, and Russia to Argentina, Gandhi Ji has his influence on every life, either directly or indirectly. Implementing Gandhian principles in our lives can help us in growing as an individual and make us do something for our society as well. Gandhi Ji was a leader, inspiration and mentor for everyone. He was the role model for all businessmen.
Gandhi’s influence on QNET:
In direct selling, you can inspire your equals and downline, as Mahatma Gandhi did in his life. He motivated people and helped us in getting independence. Our IRs also motivates us and helps us in accomplishing our goals. QNET also follows the path of Gandhi Ji and applies his lore in its business. Mahatma Gandhi is the inspiration of QNET, and his teachings laid the foundation for two important philosophies that are the core of their business — RYTHM (Raise Yourself To Help Mankind) and In-Service.
Honesty is the best policy. We learned it from Mahatma Gandhi, no matter how difficult the path and circumstances are, we should never lose our honesty. You need to have faith in your product. If you are convinced, it becomes easier to have others follow your guidance. Above all, always be truthful and open about your product and offer. Be clear with your customers, and don’t hide anything from them. QNET has transparency in its policies and procedures. Trust is the building block of any organization, and QNET tries its best to not break the trust of its customers.
Gandhi Ji always advocated for vegetarianism. He believed that animals should have equal rights as human beings. QNET doesn’t use any non-vegetarian ingredients in any of its products.
Mahatma Gandhi had compassion for the disadvantaged people, even though he was born in a well-to-do family. QNET initiated RYTHM by taking inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi. RYTHM is based on the principles of empowerment, volunteerism, and resilience aims to inspire the lives of those who need it. It provides access to education to children from disadvantaged communities and promotes women empowerment by helping women in rural areas. According to Mahatma Gandhi, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in other’s service.”.