“I love the fact that I’m involved in changing ordinary nepali to extraordinary nepali people.” Ujwal Thapa is convinced in doing his job as a Leader at Bibeksheel Nepali, but there are also limitations in his job: “I cannot really push someone. I can only advise people to take their own path.”
Drei Ratschläge an Dein 14jähriges Ich!
I would advice myself to learn soft skills like learning how to work with each other, leadership skills, delegation skills stuff like that. Then I would also learn how to do my own finances, teach myself exponential functions and stuff like that so that I can take better care of my life. Then the last point would be I would take myself on the journey of entrepreneurship because of I don't make my own dream come true, I'm sure I'll be higher to make someone else's dream come true.
Was steht auf Deiner Visitenkarte?
Well, this is my business card. There is written, my name is Ujwal Thapa. And I am a Chairperson of Bibeksheel Nepali which is alternate political force that is building 21st century-relevant leadership in this country. Besides that I have my phone number and I also have a blog called ynepal.com. This is where I list all my entrepreneurial and leadership experiences. That's about it.
Was ist das coolste an Deinem Job?
The cool aspect of my job is I get to provoke and be part of individual Nepalese who dare to change themselves. So I love the fact that I am involved in making ordinary Nepali into an extraordinary Nepali. I believe that's the coolest aspect of my job.
Welche Einschränkungen bringt Dein Job mit sich?
Well the limitations of my job is I can only advice people on the paths that they should take. It is totally up to that person to take that path. I cannot really push someone to make their own path but I can only advice. I believe that is my limitations.
Worum geht es in Deinem Job?
My typical work day involves provoking Nepalese to think about the country, to change themselves before they can, they desire to change their country. So I do go a lot on social media to provoke young Nepali youths and I also meet with a lot of likeminded positive Nepalese who come in and want to do something for this country. It really involves a lining and meeting and connecting a lot of positive Nepalese and then aligning them in the same direction.
Wie sieht Dein Werdegang aus?
I was born in Kathmandu. I'm right now 38 years old and I am an IT entrepreneur by background. Five years ago I also started organic coffee cooperative in my village so I grew organic coffee in western Nepal. I'm also co-founder of Entrepreneurs for Nepal, a movement that actually promotes entrepreneurship in Nepal. Lately I've transitioned into building a new political movement and a party in Nepal which aims to build 21st century relevant leaders for this country to replace existing ones who are stuck in the 19th and 20th century.
Ginge es auch ohne Deinem Werdegang?
Of course they can. All this job requires is self confidence. Self confidence that you're here in this world to change this world for the better so you come with specific karma and I believe that it's your duty to fulfill those responsibilities that you came here for and anyone with that kind of confidence can easily do better than what I'm doing.