Atul YadavStudent / Engineer / Tutor / Guide
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Giving career advice to students and teaching them for past few years. Actively managing social events and been a public speaker in them giving productivity and career advise!



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Well there is no sure way to find out what is right or not?
It's totally subjective and I always ask myself few questions -

1) Am I enjoying what I am doing everyday?
2) Do I really need to wake up everyday for my 9-5 job?
3) Is this makes me happy or do I feel peace at the end of the day?

if your answer to above questions is YES then you don't have to worry about right or wrong as your work and you are made for each other. :)


Well Its good to hear that you are concern at such an early age! I am 22 so and graduated and If I can reset my last 4 years, I'll do following things -

1) Read a lot: lots of books, news, trending topics around the world in spare time instead of fooling with friends. It'll benefit once you start your professional life.

2) Learn something (useful) apart from your major: Yes that's something people ignore in their adulthood, they just keep putting their time in their passion. I am not saying that's bad but you should give some time to something else like if you are into business major then it'll not harm you to learn graphic designing or history course. It'll broaden your scope of knowledge!

3) Give time to family: That's obvious isn't it? Yeah but people in their early adulthood are so much into friends/gf/bf, studies,etc that we forgot about them, we barely talk each day for 5min or maybe less than that. I can tell you'll regret once you'll not have time to do a thing apart from job and all that you'll miss your family the most. So make a habit of calling your family, you mom / dad / bro/sis daily even for few minutes. You'll feel better everyday!

4) Invest your time and money on both health and wealth: Investing early is always good habit, soon you start investing soon you'll get the results so start investing not just in your wealth but health also.


Well Its good to hear that you are concern at such an early age! I am 22 so and graduated and If I can reset my last 4 years, I'll do following things -

1) Read a lot: lots of books, news, trending topics around the world in spare time instead of fooling with friends. It'll benefit once you start your professional life.

2) Learn something (useful) apart from your major: Yes that's something people ignore in their adulthood, they just keep putting their time in their passion. I am not saying that's bad but you should give some time to something else like if you are into business major then it'll not harm you to learn graphic designing or history course. It'll broaden your scope of knowledge!

3) Give time to family: That's obvious isn't it? Yeah but people in their early adulthood are so much into friends/gf/bf, studies,etc that we forgot about them, we barely talk each day for 5min or maybe less than that. I can tell you'll regret once you'll not have time to do a thing apart from job and all that you'll miss your family the most. So make a habit of calling your family, you mom / dad / bro/sis daily even for few minutes. You'll feel better everyday!

4) Invest your time and money on both health and wealth: Investing early is always good habit, soon you start investing soon you'll get the results so start investing not just in your wealth but health also.


Its really good that you have a profitable idea for your business but as a recent grad myself also , I'd like to say that your business is not going away from you but just after graduating you should join a big company as their employee so that you can learn how things go in a big firm and what things you can change or want to change once you start your own.

SO take a job for a year or two at max just to get the hang of a business and then proceed to start your own. In this way you will be able to tackle problem in your path since you already seen such problems when you were and employee.

All the best! :)


Main challenges are:
1) Procrastination: People usually procrastinate a lot which adversely affects their productivity. It can be solved by SELF- DIscipline
2) Distraction: Common reason and everyone knows how to avoid distraction but they ignores it most of the time, they think its not distraction to think about vacations during work. But all these thought make you less productive so this should be minimize and best way is meditation!

Productivity is very important since every living being on this planet get only 24 hours everyday so if you want to have the most of it ( which is what Successful people do) then you have to utilize your each second productive and only then you can reach you goal and can have self satisfaction.


There are two ways to think of ideas when you want to expand that into a start-up!

1) Solve a problem
2) Create a need

Now first one is common and easy to understand, you can think if any ideas which can solve any problem around you, it can any problem small or big doesn't matter! For example : Renewable energy like solar panels aren't easily available to common people.

Coming to second, it takes time to think what do we will need in the future? Clearly we don't have its need as of now because we don't have it but in future maybe people will require it! For example: Electric cars was not a need 20years ago but some smart people knew that time that in future gas is going to be exhaust so we should think of something renewable! Then it comes to the idea of using electricity in vehicles!

So now you know the two ways to think of startup idea, you can dig deep into your brain, think of common people problem around you or they might problem in future, and construct your idea around that!

Remember, don't go overboard and think of some idea which can solve multiple problems as it might not be feasible to make it so stick with one idea one problem principle!


You can start with single niche and then slowly broaden your niche to all kitchen appliances, don't get stuck in too many topics in the start! Once you get enough views and subscribers then you can try it!

If you like to review toaster ovens, then just focus on that try to be elaborate on that only as much as possible!


A good presentation is defined by the clarity of the speaker and its' ease of understanding it not by the speed. Also speeding up your presentations might give false impression to the listeners that you rushed because you were not prepared!

But if you still think that speeding will make better then here are few points which you can consider!

1) Prepare your presentations well before giving it in real!
2) Do practice in front of fake audiences(your family/friends).
3) you can speed up very fast if you don't have the so called "Fear of public speaking" and if you do have it and that's why you stammers or speaks slow then you might wanna check my profile and my expertise on public speaking. I can teach you in minutes on "how to get rid of that fear!"

Thanks
Atul


Well, the phrases answers itself more or less!

Let me tell you my story, I am 22 year old engineering graduate and the choosing science after my high school was my choice because as a kid, I was always fascinated by inventions not by how they can make our life easier but HOW DO THEY DO IT? this questions of how they are made ? lead me to choose this path and ultimately at an early age I found my passion which I can pursue my whole life! but I have many friends who also got graduated to become engineer but they hate every single bit of it since it was their parents decision for them to choose engineering instead their passion, I've seen them wasting their 4 golden years of life doing nothing barely passing to graduate. They were dying to get out and follow their individual passion.
So I think you got your answer. wrapping up:

"If you like doing something and can earn your living through it then you should definitely pursue it"


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