Today’s post is very very special for me. You must have noticed that I always repeat the statement “Live your best life. Live your best life.” But what is ‘best life’? Well definition of best life is very different for different persons. But it can be generalized as ‘living upto your highest potentials, enjoying life at its best at every parameters, making a difference to the world’. So far, I’ve got the best definition as: “Living your best life means being a Rajarshi. Rajarshi = Raja (King) + Rishi (Saint). Your best life is when you will have wealth, name, fame – all external forms of abundance like a king, and also kindness, humility, giving heart, spirituality – all inner gifts of a saint.” And you know this definition changed my entire life. How? Keep reading. Read more
Some of you might prefer job, some of you might prefer business. But I am sure there are many of you who are confused between the two. I mean, you might not want to work for someone else for a fixed salary, but you don’t like the hassles of starting a business either. Raising/ investing the startup capital, then setting up office, registering your own company (optional though), hiring right people, then managing those people etc etc are not the things you want in your daily life. Trust me, when I say that there are many people who want to take the Entrepreneurial path, that means doing something by their own, but when they see the lives of most Entrepreneurs, they prefer to stay in their jobs. I’m in no way judging any of the professions. Purpose of this post is to let people know that starting a business now-a-days is not what it used to be. Anyone can start their own business from home, with no experience and very little investment (just a computer and internet connections may be). Also Home Based Business (HBB) is much easier to maintain than any traditional business. Let me tell you all the reasons to start your Home Based Business.
Do you think that your college education determines your career? Do you believe that it’s impossible to balance personal and professional life? I am sure you will think differently after you read Saptarshi Roy Chaudhury’s story. Born and brought up in Kolkata, average student, studied Hotel Management & BBA, didn’t get good placement from college, struggled to get first job … Today? One of the leading digital marketing professionals in the country with more than 12 years of experience in the field; he not only worked for various types of businesses, from startups to multinationals in various roles, as a consultant, he has a stellar reputation with clients across the globe. And above all, as much as he loves the world of Internet, he loves and takes care of his family too! In spite of being busy in work and family, he takes time to guide & inspire others (specially youth) who wants to step into the world of social media and digital marketing. Read on to know the whole story.
Don’t you think every single one of us go through some phases when we feel lost and alone? Trust me, even if we can’t eliminate these phases completely from our lives, we can learn to deal with it. I asked my Facebook friends, “What do you do when you feel lost and alone?” Got some fascinating answers. I’ll share some of those. I loved the answers, I am sure you will too. As every one of us are different, our ways of dealing with our tough times are different too. So you might not want to apply all the points, but some points will surely give you some ideas to deal with these phases better.
If you are using Facebook to create meaningful connections, build your brand, find your customers, share your unique message to the world, or to do anything important, then you should be very careful about some common Facebook mistakes. If you are just a casual user, using Facebook just as a time-pass, then you might skip this post. With more than 1 Billion user base, Facebook has made it possible for anyone from anywhere in the world, to find the right customers /audiences for what they are offering. But while trying to market/ sale/ promote their products/ services/ ideas most people forget the fundamental fact – Facebook is a ‘social’ network. And being ‘unsocial’ is the worst mistake you can commit which leads to a complete failure in your Social Media strategy. So what are the Facebook mistakes you should avoid?
No get-rich-quick-formula. If you are looking for that, you are at wrong place buddy. If you know what Network Marketing is, you surely know that common people CAN make really big money in it (atleast that’s what you are told). But then why most people DON’T make big money (or even any money) in this business? Because most people never try to find out the right way of doing this business. And also because most people consider it as a lottery ticket, which it isn’t. And there are lots of crap advice around. From people in your Network Marketing company who made a lot of money, but in a way you can’t duplicate, to bullshit sidebar advertisement on Facebook “No calling. No rejection. Sit at home & make money with our XYZ MLM lead generation system”. If you are really willing to make it big in Network Marketing industry, skip the crap & listen to the advice of the experts. Watch this video from one of the leading experts of our profession Randy Gage.
As the kids are still unborn or too young to read this blog, I had to title it as ‘for parents’. And if you are a parent who is always afraid of what people might think or care more about your social impression than your kids’ happiness, then you are advised not to read further. If you are not a parent, then also this post will be very interesting (or disturbing) read for you. As I mentioned in my previous post, that I’m not-normal. So our educational system never made sense to me. But still had to participate in the rat race for long until I became old enough to refuse. This twisted point view of mine resulted in lots of suspicions in people around me, and felt like alien for quite some times. But I’m glad that in last 7 years met many people who bear the same opinion as mine. And few months back, an interesting conversation with Sanjibda re-ignited the spark within me to wake people up from age-old brainwashing of our broken educational system. Download Free Report.
I was considered normal as long as I was walking the road of life according to what others decided for me. But from the day, I started following my own heart, people around me (yes my parents too) started considering me not-normal ( just because abnormal sounds too rude). How can a normal person (according to them), leave academics after passing out from two of the finest institutions of our country ( read ‘Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission’ & ‘Shibpur BE College’)? How can a normal Bengali boy decide to start own business instead of going for MNC / Govt. jobs? ( Don’t you know that God declared in an ancient pamphlet “Bongs can’t do business”?)