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Leaders get to tall heights by taking short steps







Sumit Goyal:

Leaders get to tall heights by taking short steps. I believe, one can get the ball rolling with smaller steps to live a sustainable lifestyle. Yes, I make my living as an entrepreneur. Greetings, I'm Sumit Goyal.


I never thought I'd end up in social entrepreneurship when I was a youngster. I felt intrigued about launching my own business when I completed my Chartered Accountancy (CA) and a coach presented me with several startup options. Upon finishing my CA exams in 2013, I set out to launch a company; unfortunately, the business failed for reasons outside of my control, but the experience I gained from that setback has served me well ever since. I am among the most youthful CAs. I sat tight until I was 20 years old to finish my CA coursework and passed the exam, but I now have my CA degree. ICAI mandates that students be at least 21 years old before they may get a degree.


Next, I happened to kickstart another company. I'd seen people tossing plastic bottles, which I know would wind up in a landfill. Following this, I tend to set forth a brain wave to find a resort to it. Indeed, this has been a testing and instructive experience. Whether it's customer service, online advertising, or keeping up with the latest innovations in IT, many facets of running a company need to be mastered early on. In addition, it might be challenging to forgo a high-paying career as a certified public accountant in regard to social entrepreneurship.


I encountered a slew of issues other than these. The very act of starting a business has been a serious roadblock. The social and financial upheaval during Covid-19 made it difficult for me as a business owner to focus on building a sustainable enterprise. One watchword to take on this issue is learning and executing the greatest possible implementation. The key is to keep going with the same enthusiasm you had when you first started out, rather than giving up because of the inevitable difficulties you're certain to encounter.


My advice for every other entrepreneur is to have faith in the finest possible execution, and if at first, you don't succeed, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and keep moving forward.










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