When there is a problem, beneath lies an opportunity. This is how we started our team meeting today, and a delightful revelation came that, “Most people are looking for business ideas”. That led us to think; Do we really need business ideas in a country like India? And this compelled us to write this article.
And we started brainstorming, but before that we just wanted to think about a Dream India.
A Nation Free of Corruptions (IN 2015 INDIA ranked 75th in corruption), the good news is it’s an improvement.
A Nation Free of Poverty (Reserve Bank of India in 2015 show still 21.92% persons below poverty line)
A Nation Full of Infrastructure (in 2015 survey India stands at rank 87th in infrastructure)
A Nation Full of Institution (in 2015 survey India ranked 104th in institution)
A Nation Full of Education (in 2015 according to India today the country stands at ranked 92)
According to “Business Standard” in 2015 the country ranks 142 on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business.
Since the last one year a lot has changed, the new government has taken a lot of initiatives, projects like Make in India, Startup India, Smart Cities and many more ideas like these are truly showing a promising sign. Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam’s vision 2020 is also playing its part.
But these are still at an early stage to predict anything.. The statistics show that India is improving every year almost, but once we compare our country to the countries like US, Germany, China, Japan or any other developed countries of the world, the differences are visible.
World known famous speaker Les Brown’s teacher once told him
“Someone’s opinion of you can’t become your reality”.
We hope most people in the world, regardless of the gender will agree with this above statement. From our childhood we have been told countless of times, “you can’t do this”, “you can’t do that”. And if it’s a girl, the list becomes a lot longer, longer than anyone can imagine, especially if the girl is Indian.
Lot has been changed over the years, but still there is a lot more to be done.
STORIES and PHRASES ARE CHANGING:
There was a famous phrase “Behind Every Successful Man There Is a Woman”, .If we glance at history, we will not find a period where this does not hold true, but unfortunately most of them never got their due credit which they truly deserved. But time has progressed a lot. Why only Successful MAN – Why not successful WOMAN in the given phrase. Our present day woman has changed the way they used to be looked at history and they don’t need society to create any phrase for them.
The gender differentiation is getting narrowed day by day. If we start looking around for the successful women entrepreneur around the world, then it will become the longest blog ever written. So keeping things short just look around, the success story is everywhere, name an industry where we can’t see a successful woman. The few examples that we are sharing is a drop in ocean,
A number of businesses have started and succeeded, or started and ended in the year gone by – it’s been a great year for startups. Let’s take a look at some of the best women entrepreneurs who made a mark in the industry.
Nidhi Agarwal, Company: Kaaryah, Age: 30
Kaaryah is a brand of western wear in India. A minor stake of Kaaryah was recently picked up by rattan TATA. (more…)
There was a time when Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were called the youngest entrepreneur, then came Mark Zuckerberg who at the age of 19 came with Facebook.
But today’s generation is completely setting another level of benchmark, At the age of 10 to 15 they are turning into successful entrepreneurs ,something people could not think about 20 years back . These are some name of these young geniuses:
- Nick D Alosisio
- Brooke Martin
- Shubham Banerjee
- Jorden Casey
- Soroush Ghodsi
- Rohan Agerwal
- Ben Pasternak
- Erik Finman
- Matueusz Mach
- Shreya Shankar
- Ming Horn
There is an old saying, if the enemy inside is conquered, the enemy outside cannot do any harm. Most great people believed it and still do. Same is with our mind.
Let’s accept the fact that everybody fails, regardless of the extreme hard work one puts into it.
How one sees the failure is what matters. Someone gives 1000 excuses for his failure; someone else uses this failure as lessons and moves forward to do the work in a different way. He always finds a way to achieve what he has thought. The great visionary in him compels him to finish his task.
If we consider the case of THOMAS ALVA EDISON, the American inventor and businessman, he failed 10,000 times. Yet he didn’t stop. Why? Because he had visualized what a bulb could provide to the world. He had seen the light. Nothing stopped him, nor made him change his mind. Because his WHY was greater than his HOW, regardless of the failures. (more…)