“Believe in your ideas, embrace failures”: Vedanta Chairman Anil Agarwal's advice for youth struggling in their 20s, 30s
Anil Agarwal mentioned that his first successful business venture came up in his 40s after a series of rejections of his ideas. Sharing his own experiences Agarwal advised the youth how to deal with pressure from society and the failures.
Vedanta Group Chairman Anil Agarwal, who has expressed his firm belief in the country's youth and their potential, has again shared his advice for the younger generation, motivating them to learn from the struggles and failures in life.
In his latest LinkedIn post, the billionaire businessman penned a long note, dedicating it to the youth struggling in their 20s and 30s, as he shared the most realistic advice with them from his personal experience. Agarwal, who is a first-generation entrepreneur hailing from a very small village in Bihar, is known for his inspiring journey from running a scrap metal business to becoming one of wealthiest persons in the world.
Agarwal mentioned that his first successful business venture came up in his 40s after a series of rejections of his ideas. Sharing his own experiences Agarwal suggested the youth how to deal with pressure from society and the failures.
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He also advised the youth to believe in themselves and embrace their failures, further noting that "slow and steady wins the race."
Vedanta founder reveals about his struggling days
Beginning with a note that "there is no right time for success", the Vedanta founder stated that society puts a lot of pressure on young people to succeed in their careers at a young age.
He recalled his experience of talking with the youth and stated that many ambitious young people feel like " the time is running out and they must be successful before their 30s."
Sharing his own experience with failures, Agarwal added, "I have seen disappointment a lot of times, I have seen my best ideas getting rejected. From sleepless nights in factories on the verge of closure to thinking about the next day’s survival, I struggled a lot in my 20s and 30s. After a lot more experience and a little less hair, my first successful start-up came in my 40s. The very ideas that were once called bad started getting praises."
Sharing his valuable advice for the youth who are struggling in their 20s and 30s, the business tycoon asked them to “believe in their ideas, even when others may doubt them, and embrace failures as a ladder to success”.
"If you are struggling in your 20s or 30s, just remember, picture abhi baaki hai doston," his post concluded.
As soon as the post was shared, many took to the comment section and expressed their appreciation for his advice. Some also related to the struggles that he mentioned.