Entrepreneurship is not for everybody. You don’t have to be an entrepreneur. But many have chosen it as their career path and have never stopped sharing their amazing stories with the rest of the world.
Most people start businesses because they really want to pursue their passion. Passion is overrated but is a fundamental requirement to be a great entrepreneur. You don’t have to start a business just because you are passionate about an idea. It takes more than passion. But if you don’t have the zeal that will get you through rough patches and keep you interested long after the initial enthusiasm has faded, you will most likely give up.
But if you do have the bug to experience freedom and still generate income, entrepreneurship can lead to an amazing life. I have friends who are comfortable in routine, unchallenging jobs and it baffles the shit out of me. I don’t understand how they can be so unambitious with life.
But then I get past that because some people like their financial security and can’t get out of their comfort zone. People get too comfortable with the familiar, and too threatened by the unfamiliar.
No matter how many awesome posts or even books they read about becoming entrepreneurs, the idea of pursuing their dreams don’t fascinate them.
Dilip Ghosh calls TMC rally "Didi's Circus", FIR lodged.
As the Trinamool Congress is set to organise its annual rally on July 21, West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghoshon Saturday said that TMC's programme would be "Didi's Circus".
He said that the meeting would be a "condolence" meeting. TMC observes July 21 as Martyrs' Day every year in remembrance of those who died in 1993 police firing, in Kolkata. This year's rally gains significance as it would be the first mega show by TMC after its poll debacle in Lok Sabha elections. "All went there to see Didi's drama and circus. Will anyone from here go tomorrow to see a circus? No gates, no flags, what is going on I can't understand. Will that be a winning festival or a condolence meeting?" asked Dilip Ghosh.
"TMC's condolence meeting is going on as they lost in these elections following which they are unable to celebrate the winning festival. The public should catch hold of TMC leaders who are going to Kolkata by road and ask them to return the public money which they had taken in last 7-8 years," he said.
While reacting to the FIR lodged against him for his comments on TMC rally, Ghosh said: "The people are not going to come to TMC rally and it would prove to be a flop show. The TMC needs some excuse for their failure and hence they are making Dilip Ghosh and BJP a scape-goat."
"If TMC leaders have guts then they should lodge ten more FIRs against me and I will face them all," Ghosh added.