Sadhguru addresses questions on leadership qualities, metrics, integrity, and courage in business.
Sadhguru: Anyone that I have to speak to, the moment I sit, I just look at them and I don’t even have to think about what I should speak. I just see them as a part of myself. Once you behold everyone as yourself, there is no problem or difficulty in it. There is no greatness about it. You don’t need confidence, diffidence or anything else. You need these things only to talk to someone else. If you just behold everyone as yourself, then you just do what needs to be done.
“I Never Give Answers”
I never give answers to anyone. I only deepen their questions because the important thing is to make you understand the power of ignorance – the power of not knowing. “I do not know” is a tremendous possibility. The longing to know will become an intense process only if every cell in your body screams, “I do not know.” So, I never give answers. People are not asking academic questions. The questions they ask are about themselves. So, I never answer a question, I always answer the questioner. If one person asks a question I may say one thing, if someone else asks the same question I may say something else because I never look at the question. I only look at the person.