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Anjali Mukerjee, Owner, Anjali Mukerjee Health Total Pvt. Ltd.
With a mission to promote well-being in the common man and help regain health by completely natural means, Saurabh Mukerjee (who is the entrepreneur and visionary behind the business and the brand of ‘Health Total’) along with Anjali Mukerjee, have setup an extensive network of 60 health centers across Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Pune, Nasik, Indore, and has an online presence which caters to the health needs of everyone outside of Mumbai.
“I started off wanting to help people improve their health and well-being using natural means. I am still doing that but on a much larger scale. As we continue to grow as a company, my responsibilities have also expanded and I try to manage all of this to the best of my ability,” said Anjali Mukerjee.
Narrating her success mantra she thoroughly believes in – ‘To care and overdeliver’. Her mission has always been to devote her life to help people regain their health and well-being using natural means. The mission of any good business is to create value for its customers.
Speaking about the male dominating sector, she opined, “No I think it is an individual specific trait and not gender specific. What really matters is your attitude towards work. If you want to give your best to the organization, and align your goals with the organization’s goals and core values, you will be able to perform well whether you are a male or female.”
Her efforts to carve a healthy India by providing right health assistance have been recognized by many coveted associations and government bodies. She has been bestowed with Dr. Ambedkar Ratna Award in 2016 by Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis, Living Legend award in 2017 by Khar Gymkhana and many more such recognitions have been added to her crown.
Sharing her views about the challenges she faced, Anjali said, “Managing employees and managing patients. Both come with a unique set of challenges. Driving people to work towards a common goal which is ‘Health for All’. Changing lifestyles, managing diets, correcting the eating habits according to a person’s biochemistry requires a lot of training, selfless attitude, counselling skills, patience and a caring attitude. To an extent, people are self-destructive as far as their lifestyle is concerned. Putting all this together, to make things work requires effort and hard work. “