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Go and make something happen

Words are manifestation of God- Paulo Coelho

But most of our words remain as worthless as word; said but never transformed into work. We have friends who often say that they had that great idea of that company now making tons of money. people seldom work on their words. The first step of making something happen is to start it.

Go and make something happen

The other day I was chating with my writer friend Sabriya on Facebook and we were talking on these things like "business' and starting business". As she said she has ideas and wanna start her venture soon. Even she has started to prepare herself to work on her passion, we were trying to figure out what is important  and what it takes to start a business. My point was and always is-if you have an idea worth loving, you believe, then stop waiting for some magic wand to come and touch and make things simple for you. Rather start now, even if it is to keep things moving on.

All of us have friends who had the best business idea and who often say this staff like-I had the idea of starting Akhoni.com but it does not matter. What you think or say has no value in real world but what you do has.

Ideas are valuable. Even small ideas that you think worthless too. What make difference is execution. The best way of doing anything is to go and start making it. Stop whining that I don't have money, people, required resources rather start working on what you have. Give the world what you have and world will serve you back.

Let's go and make something happen- Seth Godin

Stanley Kubrick gave this advice to aspiring filmmakers: “Get hold of a camera and some film and make a movie of any kind at all.”

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Mohammad Ruhul Kader is a Dhaka-based entrepreneur and writer. He founded Future Startup, a digital publication covering the startup and technology scene in Dhaka with an ambition to transform Bangladesh through entrepreneurship and innovation. He writes about internet business, strategy, technology, and society. He is the author of Rethinking Failure. His writings have been published in almost all major national dailies in Bangladesh including DT, FE, etc. Prior to FS, he worked for a local conglomerate where he helped start a social enterprise. Ruhul is a 2022 winner of Emergent Ventures, a fellowship and grant program from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He can be reached at ruhul@futurestartup.com

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