Stepping out of your comfort zone and starting something new has a way of triggering a psychological fear of failure. It is common for everyone, regardless of his or her achievements and experiences in life.
Entrepreneurs are more susceptible to this feeling as they bear the weight of creating something from scratch. The competition, the perfectionism, and the habit of constantly measuring ourselves to others makes the fear of failure as real as a limb. Taking actions becomes a daunting task while entrepreneurs keep running scenarios after scenarios in their head calculating risks and questioning everything. It is potentially a labyrinth, but fortunately there is a way out.
India’s involvement in renewable energy revolution has brought the country huge applaud in the global podium. The country has practically ignored the short comings of limited industrial infrastructure and surprisingly closing in to become the third largest solar market in the world (derailing Japan). India growing from 5 GW of solar capacity in 2015 to 12 GW in 2017 is a leap that only handful of developed countries have shown in solar sector. Indian rooftop solar is also gearing up to take lead in the global industry showing incredible growth from 72 MW per year to 227 per year. It is important to mention that Indian rooftop solar capacity has crossed 1 GW milestone, indicating near about 113 per cent growth in 2016 over 2015.
The rising tide of growth that Indian solar sector resembles has promised to shift the weight of poverty, unemployment and social-cultural asymmetrical growth from India’s shoulder, willing an energy rich future into reality. Quite decisively, Indian Government has devised plans for leveraging this opportunity.
Corporate giants and business entities are pitching social reforms to the countries at a time when finding a convenient and fulfilling lifestyle for the common man has become the primary objective. Corporate entities facilitating technological growth, employment, and economic improvement, have become forbearers of change in our society today. The social awareness urging to illustrate an elaborate plan focusing individual growth in our society has taken a more tangible form as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
‘Change’ is undoubtedly the most amorphous idea that shapes each part of our life only to reshape it, again and again, leading us in pursuit of the finer hues of life. Passion, need or any other force behind the change in our lives, are mere tools helping us to do what we are hardwired to do, ‘change our life into something better’. However, we rarely see transitions in our lives as a simple, natural process. We make elaborate strategies, we set humongous goals, and we try to balance our previous lives while wading into unknown waters, making things more complicated.