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From Naukars to CEOs

From Naukars to CEOs

Indians have always been longing for well-settled job oriented future self's secured lives. All of the 'get-a-job-after-study' ideology started off from the time of The Raj. Britishers had a way with playing with Indian minds. They wanted to change our entire thought process and thus attacked at the  very grass root level by changing the whole idea behind education and squeezing it to - get a job!
Six decades post independence, it was still prevailing. "Khud ka business" (one's own business) was way too gross. 'Failure' was possibly the best annotation given  to those who tried.
 Until now.

The Power of Networks

The Power of Networks

Hollywood has etched the image of the stereotypical successful businessperson in our minds. They are older persons with a top formal educational background who worked up the business totem pole. They are also dressed with the designer suits being served by subservient assistants who cater to their every need. However, though in some circles the designer suit wearing bosses may be the reality such a depiction may not be a true reflection of the everyday world. Although, the average business owner does not fit the fictitious stereotype presented in movies, it is true that most entrepreneurs of yesteryear were older. Today however, there has been a gradual shift in the trend for business ownership to less experienced, younger entrepreneurs.