Yesterday my neighbour’s son named Rohit came to me and requested for my some time for discussing his business ideas. I gave him my 30 minutes for the discussion; in first 15 minutes he presented his five business ideas and asked for my opinion. I said him, “Rohit, all ideas that you presented are quite impressive and have good pace with the time”. I further added what kind of opinion you require from me please elaborate it. Rohit then said, “Sir, as you know I have just completed my education in the field of business administration and now I want to start a business. I want you to guide me that which among these five business ideas presented in front of you would be more profitable in the near future for me”. After listening this I replied, “Rohit if I were you then I would have trusted my own intelligence and rate all these business ideas according to the priority of my interest, capital investment and benefits of that business to the society”. Because I believe we must value our own intelligence in every sphere of our life and trust our decisions taken on the basis of our intelligence.
After listening this Rohit thanked me for my guidance and said, “Sir, I would definitely remember these precious words of wisdom and today I promise you to incorporate the guidance given by you in my behaviour”. I wished Rohit all the best for his new business and appreciated him for valuing his own intelligence.