Rupees Well Spent

Suresh Vazirani

Rupees Well Spent

'When I put things right, I began to feel that I was a part of the solution and not the problem.'

Wednesday, 10. July 2019

In Mary Lean’s recent interview, we learn that President Suresh Vazarani initially set out to transform healthcare in India, but ended up transforming himself in the process. When he founded his company, Transasia, in 1979 he had just 250 rupees in his pocket but a huge vision in his heart – one that he wanted to achieve with complete integrity.

In the true spirit of ‘being the change you wish to see’, Suresh’s experience of Initiatives of Change values, practices, and open dialogue provided him with the tools he needed to tackle the challenges he faced, not only as a businessman, but in how he approaches solutions to life’s problems.

[IofC’s] commitment to creating a better world based on moral values appealed to his idealism, while its emphasis on starting with oneself challenged him to look more closely at his own behaviour.

'When I put things right, I began to feel that I was a part of the solution and not the problem.'

 

Suresh Vazarani

 

Read the full story here as one the many articles published by our UK team for their publication Changemakers!