Friday, November 6, 2015

Why I want to be called an entrepreneur and not a businessperson?

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There are many ways in which entrepreneurs appear similar to businesspersons. However, I want to be known as an entrepreneur rather than a businessman.

In my opinion, businesspersons are profit driven and have aim to accumulate vast amount of wealth. Their motive for wealth creation might serve many purposes including personal satisfaction and competitive feeling. Probably that is why they take less risky decisions and thus go for established businesses practices rather than trying out newer highly innovative approaches.


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Entrepreneurship - The only realistic way to develop Nepal

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Almost every citizen of our country is concerned about the development of our nation. I am not an exception and I want to tackle this broad subject of country's development. It's too big a task to be accomplished by a single person and we all need to realize this fact as the first step towards our patriotic goal.

Work in Team, Think in Isolation

Therefore, we need to forget for a moment that we want to develop Nepal. Then think. What are the ways in which I can contribute to my country? Think with "I" mindset, not "We" mindset. This is really important. If we think as "We" then you'll not feel responsible enough. Work in team, but think in isolation. I think this is the right strategy for us now.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Why do we need more entrepreneurs in Nepal?

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Nepal has more general problems than we people have ever imagined. Politics is not the real problem in my opinion. This is an imaginary problem which gets solved once all the political parties declare that there is no problem among them! The other real problems are many.

The unplanned urbanization, uncontrolled use of pesticides, pollution, deforestation, scattered settlement of people, subsistence way of people's life, poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy are some of the major problems which revolve around people's lifestyles. These are difficult to change and address because they are multi-faceted. For example, to lead a good quality of life one needs to have the knowledge and education first, then a willpower and courage to execute, and then the economic resources to support the ideal lifestyle, and finally the consistent motivation to persist the change. All these are difficult and cannot be done overnight.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

A Concept of Sport Megacity

You don't have to be crazy to think crazy and there is no limit for dreams and ambitions! Today I would like to unveil my most ambitious (project) thought regarding building something - a sport mega-city. I have some other innovative plans or concepts for entrepreneurship. I have kept those business plans
A very rough outline of the city!
confidential and to myself so that I can execute them later. However, this concept is too big for me to ever be able to execute myself and I want to initiate some actions (even just discussion) on this mega-project right from now so that it could take shape sooner, if ever at all.

Initially I didn't want to make this plan public. So, I had created a Google Document, made a rough draft of my idea or vision and added my talented and capable friends as contributors to the document, so that they could offer suggestions, add their own visions, and finally help me refine and construct a full fledged plan. However, this idea turned out to be impractical as my friends had their own responsibilities and obligations to meet. Therefore, I am bringing forth this idea into a public place.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Why We Are Being Educated Ignorants!

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Have you thrown waste directly into the road? Have you eaten food without washing your hands sometimes? Have you crossed roads from places other than zebra crossings? Have you spitted on the road recklessly? These are only a few examples you know you shouldn't have done, if you are reading this article. However, the chances are that you have done all of these things, and that also quite a number of times, if you are from Nepal or possibly from any other developing nation.

Even I have done these things to make up to the list of the educated ignorants! That has made me wonder why our behaviors haven't change with our education? Is there something wrong with education system? Otherwise, why are we not able to implement the knowledge we have learnt right during our primary schools? Then there are the developed countries, where such things are properly managed swiftly like a magic.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Review of the Year, 2014

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I had set four New Year Resolutions at the beginning of 2014. I now want to evaluate my achievements against my targets at the end of the year. (PS: Because I took so long time to publish it, I have marked, Post Script (PS), to express the events which are relevant but took place after 2014.)

1) Write 10 business plans


So far, I managed to write two almost detailed plans, and generated 10 other business ideas, which are a bit vague and of larger scale. I even got some partnership offers (a few offers from my senior friend from Germany in the field of IT and e-commerce, and another from my junior friend of my college, again in the field of e-commerce) although, we have not progressed much yet on those regards. However, all in all it was quite a learning experience. In future, I hope to be able to keep forth my terms clearly and get things done on those terms whenever such opportunities arise.