Indra Nooyi is an Indian-born American businesswoman who previously served as the CEO and Chairwoman of Pepsico Inc. She has consistently ranked among the world’s 100 most powerful women created by Forbes and one of the “Best CEOs In The World” by the CEOWORLD magazine. It’s not a surprise that she’s a fantastic CEO as she’s known to be a highly innovative, energetic, and hard working person. To add her to greatness, Indra has risen from humble roots to become one of the top most female execs in the world. Born into a middle-class family in Chennai, India, Indra has always been someone who refused to conform to societal norms.
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Beyond provoking valuable self-reflection and introspection, it sparked a wonderful discussion with my two daughters about why building inner character is just as important as building a career. In fact, the two go hand in hand—the moral compass of our lives must also be the moral compass of our livelihoods.
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