Written by: Rashi Saral
Young Indian employees aspire to be the top-notch entrepreneurs
Independent thinkers and free-spirits are not constrained to work 9 to 5 in the corporate sectors; they carve their own trajectories, and walk on them with unconventional ideas. In the reign of corporate world, employees are paid well, but they are deficit of freedom. Apparently, most of the young Indian employees are emerging from the restricted shells, and starting their own ventures.
Youngsters with an exquisite talent and innovative ideas cannot be tied to the chains of bosses; in order to turn exemplary ideas into reality, they are turning out be entrepreneurs. This provides a superlative boost to individuals’ potential.
Now a question arises, why young Indian employees aspire to be the topmost entrepreneurs? An answer to this indispensable question can put forth into the following points:
Creative souls– People with an immense creativity cannot be captured into the cubicles of MNC. Henceforth, their process of thinking and executing the plans are extremely different from their counterparts. Fresh and innovative ideas excite their hearts, so to implement them; there is a necessity to go solo in an expedition of entrepreneurship.
Accomplishment of deadlines– Deadlines exhaust them, they are independent folks who are uncomfortable with an accomplishment of deadlines. Working under pressure and stress create a negative impact on the minds; henceforth, they want to be independent workers. Without following strict deadlines, they deliver qualitative and standardized work.
Independent workers– They really don’t like an idea of working under someone’s authority. They love freedom, on this notion; they aspire to become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship provides a sense of liberty, without following irrelevant rules and regulations; they dislike an environment where one can’t execute the ideas freely.
Working hours and schedule– They are the bosses of their time, so following a regime of 9 to 5 extracts a vital energy from their souls. They adhere to working according to their own set schedule; they can’t work in the provided time slots. Creators are mostly night owls; working in solace and serene environment is immensely productive to them.
Following rules– In a corporate world, I can say from a lot of experience, there are zillions of rules and regulations to follow which limit the abundant creativity of employees. It becomes quite tedious for the beings to work in the controlled environments. Rules are indispensable; but too many of them create an unwanted resistance towards the jobs. Apparently, employees start losing an interest, and begin searching for other opportunities.
Domineering bosses- Most of the employees leave the jobs because of the harsh and dominating bosses. They simply cannot stand managers who lack empathy and create an intolerable environment for the employees. Employees want liberal atmosphere to work, and bosses ought to be patient with them. Consequently, young Indian employees who are willing to work without hindrance ought to move out from the suffocated environment to unleash their potential.
Alone Time- Creative souls want a leisure time to revitalize the energies; their alone time is quite precious. They desire to spend it in accord to their wish. Dancing, listening to sonorous music, writing poetries, exercising, etc. can be the parts of it. Henceforth, alone time is imperative to them for balancing. In most of the IT companies, employees are working day and night to accomplish the targets; even after working hours, at homes, they are on the laptops and preparing excel sheets. Isn’t it life sucking? Apparently, they are living the lives of robots which make them quite dull and frustrated. Therefore, creative and independent people don’t want to be the birds of cages; they are breaking the bondage, and stepping towards the entrepreneurship.
Self-aware individuals– Money is not the priority for self-aware individuals. More than it, they desire happiness and peace. Being passionate, they put all the energies into the work they love, and getting satisfaction out of it. Money will follow, if people work in accord to their talents, interests, and skills. A multitude of young employees start realizing it, and apparently working for their passion. Starting from the small businesses, with time and efforts, they are excellently progressing.
This is a scenario of young Indian employees in many of the IT, and other sector related companies.