Creating Values

Hi All,

I hope that you find this message in a very good mood, This is Faisal again, today I am going to talk about the importance of creating values the field that you are in. Most of people who are reading this blog are working or are going to work very soon, I believe that there are mainly two kinds of work in the industry.

  1. Where your creative skills are used
  2. Where you are there just to spend your 9 hours a day and 5 times a week and there is lots of repetitive work involved.

I believe that it is  very important that you should try to work in the former one ,WHY ..? ..because if you are in the later category you can be easily replaced with cheap labor. Since the primary task is to spend only your time only.

I have many of my friends who are in latter category and most of them are in big MNCs like TCS, wipro and Accenture etc. The work that these MNCs are doing is that they are acting as a cheap labor for developed countries like USA,UK etc and doing all the repetitive tasks for them(most of time).

India is changing and Startups have becoprice-is-what-you-pay-value-is-what-you-get-300x169me the biggest place for creating values and it is the best time to participate in it. The world pays only on how much value you are creating, it’s basically an exchange of value for money.


For example if you are solving a problem, you are creating value and you are getting paid for the same.

I know that it is risky to join startups but you see as American Entrepreneur Randy Gage puts it Being safe is the new risky”. I think we should take our chances (at least people who are in their 20s  ), and  I believe that it’s much better than being a cog in a big big machine like TCS.

Please let me know what you think,and spread the word if you like it.

Thank you reading.




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I am Faisal , a software developer @ Oracle, Hyderabad. Trying again my hands on blogging after several failures. Apart from blogging, I like cycling, running, and clicking pictures(who doesn't), I like to be productive in general.

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