Indian economy is at its best. Foreign investors are pouring money into India. Job opportunities have opened up. Starting a new business is no more limited to the rich class. In today’s corporate scenario, there are multiple opportunities for anything you want to do. Yet, we find people sad and stressed out worrying about the future.
Kautilya suggests, “Having found a matter for consideration, he should not allow time to pass.” (1.15.45)
Do not wait for any ‘golden’ moment to start what you always wanted to do. The best time is not the ‘murhut’ that the pundit suggests, nor even the dates that come in a calendar. It is right here and now! After having considered a matter, start working on it immediately. Remember always that the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. While starting any project or assignment, a few steps would be helpful:
There is always a problem in starting anything. Maximum energy is required at this point. You need to challenge yourself to get out of your laziness. Do not get caught with the postponement attitude. A work started is work half done. Just start!