As quoted by The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), the Covid-19 pandemic is more than just a global health crisis. Besides adversely affecting medical conditions around the world, the pandemic has deteriorated the economical and social scenario too. In such challenging times, to be creative and attain consistent self growth is no less than a superpower. The world witnessed many dynamic personalities with such superpowers amidst the pandemic. Resilient Entrepreneur Ayush Patel is one such name in the list.
“If your plans don’t include mobile phones, your plans are not finished,” quotes Wendy Clark, the Senior Vice President (Integrated Marketing) of Coca-Cola companies. Mobile phones have become an integral part of people’s lives. According to reports, almost 4 billion people in the world have access to mobile phones. The revolution of on-demand apps is visible with the increased popularity of these apps. Besides, the Coronavirus pandemic has left people stranded to their homes. Moreover, people fear to step out of their homes due to the higher chances of disease contraction.
Being born in a middle-class family doesn’t mean that you can’t be the fastest-growing young entrepreneur in your area. Yes! Waseem has proved this. Just at the age of 25, he has a brilliant vision of the business. Although, he belongs to (Kotli ajk) he can easily be compared with other young entrepreneurs of Pakistan. In a recent interview with a production house, Waseem shared his life experiences and his prosperity to reveal how this 25-year old accomplished what numerous individuals endeavor to accomplish nearly their entire lives. Waseem Shahzad is the founding father of Dxb Media; a leading digital media company in Pakistan.
Thinking about which business to start today is not easy. So, I came up with a few ideas that will make it easier for people who want to start a business, which requires low capital. People think working for an organization or a firm can make them rich because they receive wages or salary for their effort, but I think that employment has security, but it can’t make you a millionaire. Before listing down these ideas, I want you to know what business is and what you are getting into.
One of the most crucial things a person must own so as to survive economically is a small business or an enterprise. (Life appears better and more enjoyable when you establish a business of your own and operate it successfully). I said somewhere on 5th April, 2008 when presenting a seminar paper on the tips for starting and operating successfully small business that: “if you don’t own a business, you don’t own anything”. No person was bold enough to argue or contest my statement.
Whether you agree or not, you don’t own a business, you don’t own anything and you can’t experience the real joy of owning a business. Yes, whatever we own gives us joy. They make us feel somehow. If you have a good car, you experience the joy attached to owning or riding a good car. If you are saved or born again as a Christian, you experience the joy of salvation. Whatever you have will give you joy. But what you don’t have, you can’t experience the joy of owning it. Therefore, I refer to the joy of owning a business as one of the best joys that an individual can experience. Those who own small businesses like me will agree with that fact. Whereas, those who do not have any business will ignore my statement. Joy is more than joy, some joy are far better.