An itsy-bitsy toddler was mocking spelling of each and every thing. She was hardly pressed with these stuff every now and then. Out of nowhere, her grandfather comes to light and catechizes; “Honey, what is your future plan, what profession you want thyself into?” She energetically retorts “I covet to become a doctor.” Admirable my kid, smash on! – says her granddad.”
We domicile in a society, which serves us on the basis of our profession. If you are doctors, engineers, pilots, felicitation buddies! You are thoroughly into the recognition. Else, none is really going to care about your extant.
Amongst, all those odds. There lived a miracle Ms. Vedyantika Joshi. She was the girl from the middle class family residing in eastern Nepal. She had her father as the bread winner in her family, exclusively. Her father was a pedagogue of primary school. She finalized her high schooling education on her home town. For her further studies, she forged to Kathmandu. Like any other kids teeny Vedya too, wanted to become a doctor. Even so, because of fragile financial fabric; Vedya couldn’t afford to. This escapade urticated her tremendously.
Economically destitute Vedya , thus appended BBA in one of the Pokhara University affiliated college in Kathmandu. Vedyantika thence, muddled to work part time simultaneously. She acquired posting as a salesperson. She welcomed the placement and kept moving. It eased her subsistence to some extent in exorbitant Kathmandu. She executed well both academically and professionally. After, completion of her bachelor’s grown up Vedya joined MBA. By the time she consolidated MBA, her pursuit was fixed in one of the private bank of Kathmandu. She again surpassed both academically and professionally.
Vedyantika still persisted to work in same bank. She did teaching as her part time job. She was fond with her work as the way bee loved nectar. Vedya never stayed solely doing nothing. She was grinding with all the toil because she had a scar of not being able to pursue MBBS degree. She was occupied with an agitation, if same instance will ever take place with her progenies.
Little by little, she was heightening. So was her financial configuration. Latterly she hired “Pain Relief therapy center” on lease, which was located in center of Kathmandu. Her therapy center made a rectitude profit. After that, she owned the therapy center. On, 5th year anniversary of the therapy center, she furthermore invested into departmental store. Now, 7 departmental store runs under her ownership. Five of them in Kathmandu, One in Bhairahawa, One in Eastern Nepal. On her latest TV conference she remarks “I have schemed to inflate my business to all 75 districts. I also wish to provide job to every deserving Nepalese youths, so that they shouldn’t settle abroad.”
Vedyantika’s tips for business venture:
Patience: Do not panic even if things are going sideways. Be patient, good things take time.
Hard work: Don’t get distracted from your work. Stick with the planner and get ready to fly.
Optimism: Think positively in every scenario. Take ill-time as opportunity.
Inner-will: If you have guts to make your dream business come true, carry on with same stability.
Written By Prashikchhya