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The Professional Struggle – Leading To Start Ups

By Author: Irfan Raza
Total Articles: 5

In all the start-up conversations that I have, there seem to be a common reference to the You Tube TV Series – TVF Pitchers. I personally have nothing against it, in fact I liked it based on its Entertainment Value only nothing more than that.
I would rather like to share the real time mind set-up, that have motivated me to work on my start-up.

1. Frustration from Job

Yes, I am frustrated with the way my professional life is going on. My exact expression right now, sitting in office, not doing something constructive and wasting 9+ hours everyday is this:
The guy who leads is the leader of Time MIS Management. Oh Yes! he is, its like not having work for days and then the next big comes with a deadline of 1 week, which makes you stretch beyond Humane Working Hours. Why can’t there be a proper management when it comes to requirement gathering. Why can’t someone called a lead can just stand up and say that we can’t do it in just 2 days, we need more.

2. Horrible Bosses

These are the people who leads the company and are supposed to have some good management strategies. But let me ask you, how many of you really like your boss? I guess many of you don’t and so do I. Till now all those bosses I have worked with, have proven themselves to be the worst one by not showing their true managerial skills. They usually inflate every setback into a disaster, every competitor into a nemesis, and every workday into a series of conflicts. they believe there is only two way of doing something- “My way or the Highway”.
Someone said, “People don’t leave companies, they leave their bosses.” If that is true, then the next good reason to start up is to become your own boss.
I don’t want to compromise with my innovative ideas, I want to be a part of my own dream and therefore I came up with an idea of starting my own start-up.

3. Yearly Cycle

Have you ever wondered how much you are earning as compare to the hard work that you did for one complete year? Are you satisfied with your income? If not then what are you going to do now? Probably, switch the company. But let me tell you my friend, you are going to face same yearly cycle problem in your new workplace as well.
I just spent the last 365 days focusing on the most important things for my job. (applied the 80-20 rule to prioritize what is to be done and what is to be ignored) and produced remarkable results in a tough competition. Just when I thought I should be rewarded for my effort, I hear the same story that I heard the previous year about why I am still not A+ because I left out that 20%.
I guess there will always be a reason that you can’t seem to leap over.

4. No Where to Advance in my current job

Even if I was not getting enough money, promotion, or a great boss, I thought it would be good to stay at a job where I can expand my technical skills. But After few months of work, my career life became linear, where I was not getting a challenging work or responsibilities that could have helped me in learning new technologies. if you don’t meet adequate challenges on a regular basis, you’re going to get bored and you’ll grow to hate your job entirely.
I started working on my own small assignments in order to learn new things and gradually, I come with an idea of converting my small assignments into a big Innovation!

5. Job insecurity

While some people would argue that working an office job in the 9-6 world has more security than starting your own business, but I ask you-
Which one is more risky- Starting your own business or relying on other’s income for your livelihood?

6. Turning vision into reality

While I was sitting in the office, doing my job, I often got poked by bunch of great ideas. I thought it would be quite rewarding if I could turn my ideas into an actual thriving business. I have a vision and I wants to turn it into reality. It wont be easy. Challenges will come in many forms but I am all set to take those challenges.

7. Owner of my decisions

How many times has your boss made a decision that you disagree with? Running your own business means you make the decisions. Whether they are good or bad, you’ll stand by your choices.

8. Creating a legacy

Launching your own business means you’ll have something to pass on to your kids.
If you’re a doctor, plumber, or bus driver, it’s hard to imagine you passing your career on to your loved ones. But if you own your own business, that’s something you can pass on to the next generation. And be proud of it, because you created it.
These were my reasons to step up from the 9-5 boring life. Hope you all can relate with a few of them.
DO comment your reasons as well.

By Irfan Raza
Website: WWW.irinnovative.com
Phone: 011-41610410
Email ID: projects@irinnovative.com

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