Can I be an entrepreneur??

Some people never go forward after asking this question.


Do you think being an Entrepreneur is not everyone’s cup of tea.

Well if it’s not, than that shouldn’t bother you. Instead, make your own tea and have it. Being an Entrepreneur is all about being creative at the point where everyone else stops thinking. You need to buckle up your shoes not just to run the marathon but to succeed it too. It doesn’t matter what position you acquire but surely means to run till the finish line.

It’s true, you don’t just getup someday and realize I can be a business person and make my own kingdom. But why not give it a try. Entrepreneurship is the art of finding a chance and after that pursuing it to success. As the saying goes “Brilliant individuals also see the same things which other do, but they find things others don’t”.  And same goes with the Entrepreneur’s too. They don’t settle for ordinary things but have a mindset of achieving more than they can handle.

Although  being an Entrepreneur is rewarding in many ways. But you have to comprehend that success does not come overnight. It takes the patience of long hours , late nights and focused minds to deal with the pressure of the Entrepreneur’s Dream to a successful journey.

“I walk slowly but I never walk backward- Abraham Lincoln”. He said it so perfectly because even though every startups may have a slow beginning but the strong persistence towards the goals make it worth living.

Killing a Tree, just to save ourselves??

Walking through my street yesterday, I realized it was too open, something too wide enough to see the building’s beside the lane. It was a noticeable gap that startled me. Soon, I came into a realization that the Ashoka Trees that once stood large and tall reaching the height of the building and leaning out from the crowded cement jungle were been vanished. Not only the Ashoka trees but many other’s too. I have always noticed this each and every year before the monsoon. So today morning, I decided to ask the watchman of our building what made them do so. His answer was “Beta, It’s just to stop them from swinging down during the storm and hurting people”.

Okay, I understand the urge and the need about taking them down because Trees may cause a major mishap if it comes down during a windy day. But I felt a bit uncomfortable with the answer because it didn’t do the justification for the concept we teach our future generation of “How to plant more trees”.  And guess what! The cutting of trees also bought plenty of litter spread on the street unattained.

Is it a solution?? Don’t we have another option??

Yes!! we do have the option available.

Cut the branches instead, let it grow again. Let them bloom, with their joy.

“In the morning of rainy drops let the nature burgeon again with a delight of a new life.”

How would you like it if you were suffocating?

Wait..why this question?

We’re here to discuss climate change, not get targeted.

Yes. But as Elon Musk aptly puts it, “We’re running the most dangerous experiment in history right now, which is to see how much carbon dioxide the atmosphere can handle before there is an environmental catastrophe.” 

Yes you guessed it right, the topic for the day is CARBON DIOXIDE.

Why is it such a big deal? It’s just another gas and the plants absorb it anyways.

How is it causing havoc in the first place?

This is how it goes: The sun emits heat energy in the form of Ultraviolet rays and visible light. While the earth makes its own effort in keeping the atmosphere cool by emitting part of it as infra red rays, gases like carbon dioxide manage to trap some of the heat and make the atmosphere warm.

So it’s simple, the greater the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the warmer the surface of the earth, because the plants can’t absorb all of it!

CO2 (emitted highest when compared to other heat absorbing greenhouse gases like methane and nitrous oxide) is added to the atmosphere in large quantities by human activities like burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas, deforestation, and cement production for rapid urbanization.

It is a vicious cycle that will only come back to bite us if not controlled.

The figure below gives a depiction of the cyclic changes the whole process can cause:



It is important that every single individual plays a role in controlling this, because gases do not stay in one place after emission.

Humanity has suffocated the earth enough, it’s high time we try and let it breathe now.

 Image courtesy: 3.epa