Fifty years before Steve Jobs urged college graduates to search for their true passion ceaselessly, the great Trappist monk Thomas Merton observed, “The world is full of unsuccessful businessmen who still secretly believe they were meant to be artists or writers or actors in the movies.”
The entrepreneur’s journey is a lot more complicated – and rewarding – than it’s made out to be.
Starting your own company is not just a job. It’s an all-consuming process that has the potential to change your life or give it new meaning.
Co-founder of one of the home-grown Taxi hailing Unicorn was once asked,
“What is Success, according to you.”
And our ultra-successful entrepreneur gave an unconventional reply; he said,
Thanks to the proposal for the universal basic income, it has become a topic for discussion as one-fifth population of this country are living below the poverty line.
Had happiness been the ultimate panacea, we all would have enjoyed the Netflix and gorged on daily diets of unhealthy & tempting fast foods.
Credit: /jioavanzado Nearly every human action is in some way an expression of how we think about ourselves.
The sight of a pigeon normally excites everyone, but if I had to tell you, the creature was sighted inside an aircraft cabin while making an early morning landing, then I guess it does qualify as a rare event extracting childlike enthusiasm from each of us.
Maybe you don’t like your job because society never tires you from telling that it’s cool to hate what you do from Monday to Friday.
Just look at how much society celebrates Fridays and hates Mondays, but shouldn’t it be the other way around?